Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
Last week, while attending the NCRA 40th Annual Educational Conference in Nashville, CHAMPS Oncology unveiled their What is a Cancer Registrar video, which explains the profession and the impact cancer registrars make with the information they collect.
Cancer registrars across the nation are quickly reaching retirement age without a sufficient stream of new registrars to take their place. With their What is a Cancer Registrar video, CHAMPS Oncology hopes to encourage others to consider a career as a cancer registrar, by describing the cancer registry profession and its impact on the overall battle against cancer.
CHAMPS encourages you to spread the word about the impact cancer registrars make by sharing their What is a Cancer Registrar video with friends and colleagues via social media.
To learn more about CHAMPS' cancer registrar video or to request a special showing for an upcoming event, contact Julie Cox at 216.255.3611 or via email.
In this transforming healthcare environment of patient-centered care, CHAMPS Oncology - like cancer program administrators, clinicians, industry leaders - understands the importance of quality cancer information for administrative planning, clinical outcomes, and performance measures to improve quality of cancer care. CHAMPS Oncology’s team of cancer information specialists and multi-credentialed certified tumor registrars (CTRs) strategically partners with cancer programs nationwide offering customized strategies and solutions that best complement the respected cancer programs they are privileged to assist. CHAMPS Oncology specializes in cancer information management, cancer program consulting, informatics, data quality and education, and quality initiatives. For more about CHAMPS Oncology, please contact Toni Hare, RHIT, CTR, Commission on Cancer-trained consultant and vice president, at 216.255.3716 or toni.hare(at)chanet(dot)org.