Cancer Registry:

Meet February’s Registry Rock Star: Vicky

Posted By CHAMPS Oncology | 2/28/2019

This month’s Registry Rock Star is Vicky, a cancer information specialist for CHAMPS Oncology.

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Celebrating Toni's Anniversary with CHAMPS

Posted By Vontyna Smith | 2/21/2019

It's an exciting month here at CHAMPS Oncology. Our fearless leader, Toni Hare, is celebrating her 29-year anniversary with CHAMPS!

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Congrats on Your Promotions!

Posted By Toni Hare | 2/13/2019

At the end of last year, we were pleased to see six of our team members receive well-deserved promotions!

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Meet January’s Registry Rock Star: Justine

Posted By CHAMPS Oncology | 1/25/2019

This month’s Registry Rock Star is Justine, a cancer information specialist for CHAMPS Oncology.

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Starting the New Year off Right

Posted By CHAMPS Oncology | 1/9/2019

Happy New Year, blog readers! After a long holiday break, it can be hard to get back into the swing of things but it’s important to start the new year off right. 

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2018: A Year of Cancer Registry Changes

Posted By Toni Hare | 12/19/2018

All the cancer registry changes resulted in a busy year here at CHAMPS Oncology! Watch a brief video message from our leadership team regarding the changes.

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Meet December’s Registry Rock Star: Talisha

Posted By CHAMPS Oncology | 12/6/2018

This month’s Registry Rock Star is Talisha, a cancer information specialist for CHAMPS Oncology.

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Reaching Your Concurrent Abstracting Goal

Posted By CHAMPS Oncology | 11/30/2018

At CHAMPS Oncology, our teamwork and communication is integral to reaching our concurrent abstracting goal.

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Meet November’s Registry Rock Star: Mary

Posted By CHAMPS Oncology | 11/15/2018

This month’s Registry Rock Star is Mary, a cancer information specialist for CHAMPS Oncology.

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Non-Analytic Cases - What's Your Percentage?

Posted By Ilona Gyerman | 11/9/2018

Clients often ask us to advise them as to what percentage of their caseload should comprise non-analytic cases. There are many factors to consider when responding to this question because each state registry has specific reporting requirements for non-analytic cases. 

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