Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) May 22, 2014
CHAMPS Oncology will co-host an education session on standardizing system registries with Indiana University Health (IU Health). The all-day session, Developing Standardizations to Support System Reporting, will take place at IU Health's Fairbanks Hall in Indianapolis with staff from 19 IU Health hospitals in attendance.
Presentations at the education session on standardizing system registries will cover:
- Healthcare Reform's Impact on Cancer Programs
- The Cancer Quality Improvement Program (CQIP)
- Rapid Quality Reporting System (RQRS)
- Enhancing Cancer Registry Data Quality
- Standards for System Reporting
A total of 6.25 CE hours will be awarded by the National Cancer Registrars Association for attendance during the all-day education session on standardizing system registries.
To learn more about this education session and other sessions hosted by CHAMPS Oncology, contact Rhonda Spoden at 216.255.3721 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(dot)hare(at)chanet(dot)org.