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Sc central cancer registry blast

SC CENTRAL CANCER REGISTRY BLAST

AUGUST 2011


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SCCCR BLAST

The SCCCR BLAST is an educational training tool provided as a service to you from the SCCCR. This email communication offers specific updates, clarifications, and Q & A’s concerning coding rules and abstracting principles. All registry reference manuals will be utilized and cited. The BLAST is sent to all SC registrars at the beginning of each month.

Topics originate primarily from questions generated from SCCCR quality control activities or from hospital registrars. Or they may stem from changes in standards that need to be communicated in mass. No names will be included, only the question and answer with reference sources.

Please contact Kathy Barnes, SCCCR Training Coordinator, with your questions, requests for clarification, or information you have discovered that needs to be communicated to your colleagues.


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AUGUST, 2011 BLAST includes the following information and updates:

August Webinar Info & Description

NAACCR Webinar Recorded Links

SCCCR Data Quality Audit Results

2010-2011 Webinar Schedule

Updated Hematopoietic Database V1.6.2

SCCCR now accepting data via Web Plus in NAACCR version 12

Save the Dates

CS Versions and Release Dates with Effective Dates

Release of latest Annual Report to the Nation on Status of Cancer

SCCCR’s new location & phone/fax numbers

Ten Q & A’s on a myriad of cancer sites and topics


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REGISTRY UPDATES . . .


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NEXT (Central) WEBINAR ~ August 4, 2011

Title:NAACCR Interoperability Activities and the Electronic Health Record

Description: National initiatives and cancer specific activities in reference to the electronic health record and activities of the NAACCR Pathology Data Work Group.

(Geared toward central registries)


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SCCCR Data Quality Audit

  • Results of the audit conducted by NPCR are in

  • Presentation on results will be given at the SCCRA Annual Educational Conference

  • If you are unable to attend, copies of the slides will be made available after the conference


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NEXT HOSPITAL WEBINAR ~ September 1, 2011

Title:Coding Pitfalls

Description: Addresses coding dilemmas identified through quality control of registry data and presents solutions with rational for determining the number of primary tumors using the MP/H rules revised for 2011, assigning ICD-O-3 topography and histology codes using the ICD-O-3 Manual, completing the appropriate data items using CSv2, and completing treatment data items as required by all standard setters.


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2011 Webinars scheduled are:


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NAACCR PREVIOUS WEBINAR RECORDING LINKS AVAILABLE

The following webinars are available for viewing through the SCCCR:

  • HOSPITAL SERIES - CNS, Cancer Treatment & How to Code It, Colon & Rectum, Head & Neck, Lung, Lymphoma, Melanoma, Other Digestive System, Prostate, Quality Data & Data Use, Upper GI, Urinary.

  • CENTRAL REGISTRY SERIES – Analyzing & Presenting Cancer Surveillance Data, Breast, Central Registry QA Activities, Central Registry Data Use & Release, Coding Pitfalls, Female Reproductive, GIS Applications, MP&H, NAACCR Methods, Record Linkage & Record Consolidation, Statistical Techniques, Syntactic & Semantic Interoperability Project, Best Practices for developing & Working With Survival Data.

  • 2008-2011 COMBINED SERIES – Bladder, Coding Pitfalls, Leukemia, Lymphoma, and Other Hematopoietic Malignancies, Measuring & Minimizing the Disclosure Risk of a Cancer Data Public Use File, Pharynx, Cancer Staging In-depth, CNS, Using the National Death Index in Registry Mortality Ascertainment Activities, Prostate, Advanced Coding & Abstracting, Breast, Assessing & Using Cancer Data, Cancer Data Collections Updates, Colon/Rectum/Appendix, Lung, Change Management, Skin, Using GIS for Mapping & Spatial Analysis, Esophagus & Stomach, Using CINA Data in Cancer Surveillance Activities, Lip & Oral Cavity, Coding Pitfalls, Endometrium, Hematopoietic Diseases, Liver & Biliary Tract, Brain & CNS System, Testis, Bladder, Breast, Prostate, Complete Case Identification & Ascertainment.

  • *Participants will be required to link to the recording page with the viewer. The free viewer will need to be installed on the computer playing the recording.  If you are interested in obtaining any subjects above, please email Kathy Barnes at [email protected]

  • ATTENTION:New viewer software is now being used as of 7/2009. All of the recordings prior to the prostate webinar will work on the old or new webex player. Everything after the prostate webinar will need the updated player.If you were previously sent a recording and cannot view, please contact Kathy Barnes.


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2011 – 2012 Webinar Schedule for Your Planning


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NEW LOCATION FOR WEBINARS:

Beginning with the 2011-2012 webinar series (October 2011 – September 2012), they will be held at the SCCCR location conference room.

SCDHEC / SC Central Cancer Registry

101 Business Park Blvd

Columbia, SC 29203


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UPDATED HEMATOPOIETIC DATABASE:

Due to a calendar related issue, the Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Neoplasm Case Reportability and Coding Manual would not open for users of the Hematopoietic Database.  To resolve this issue, please download the version 1.6.2 of the

Hematopoietic Database at http://seer.cancer.gov/tools/heme


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ALERT . . .

SCCCR now accepting data via Web Plus in NAACCR

version 12.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Janice Shirley or Michael Castera at 803.896.2100


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SAVE THE DATES . . .

South Carolina Cancer Registrars Association Annual

Conference

August 24 – 26, 2011 in Florence, SC

Hosted by McLeod Regional Medical Center

Agenda is posted on SCCRA website at www.sccra.org


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*Note:Earlier cases may also be coded with this CS version


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Read below to see how your data are being used on a national scale

Latest Annual Report to the Nation on Status of Cancer was released on March 31st.  It represents data from 1975 - 2007, and is a collaboration of CDC NPCR, NCI SEER, ACS and NAACCR. 

The study is conducted annually by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in collaboration with the American Cancer Society (ACS), the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR).

For the first time, lung cancer death rates in women have begun to decline in the most recent five years of data.

Cont.


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Annual Report to the Nation on Status of Cancer

  • The new report reveals that incidence and mortality rates for all cancers combined are decreasing for both men and women. For both sexes, incidence rates for all cancers combined decreased 0.8 percent per year from 2003 through 2007. Death rates decreased, on average, 1.6 percent per year from 2003 through 2007. Additionally, the report highlights a special section on brain and other nervous system tumors.

    Significant Study Findings

  • From 2003 through 2007, lung cancer death rates decreased for the first time among women, more than a decade after rates began dropping for men.

  • Childhood cancer incidence rates continued to increase while death rates in this age group decreased.

  • Brain tumors are much more common among adults than among children; non-malignant tumors are twice as common as malignant tumors in adults.

  • Brain cancer incidence rates differ by race/ethnicity, with whites having the highest incidence rates followed by Hispanics and blacks.

    Cont.


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  • The Annual Report to the Nation will be published in the May issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Advance access to the article is available on the journal's Web site at http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/jnci/press_releases/kohlerdjr077.pdf. 

  • For more information about the collaborators, please visit the following sites:  CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control: http://www.cdc.gov/cancerACS: http://www.cancer.orgNCI: http://www.cancer.gov and SEER: http://www.seer.cancer.gov

  • NAACCR: http://www.naaccr.org


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The SC CENTRAL CANCER REGISTRY has MOVED!

Our new physical address is:

SCDHEC / SC Central Cancer Registry

101 Business Park Blvd

Columbia, SC 29203

ALL mail should still be sent to:

SCDHEC / SC Central Cancer Registry

2600 Bull St

Columbia, SC 29201

New main number:New fax number:

803.896.2100803.896.2651


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NEW SCCCR Employee Phone Numbers:


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QUESTIONS (?)

ANSWERS (!)

CLARIFICATIONS(*)


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REPORTABILITY:

LYMPH-VASCULAR INVASION (LVI)


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HISTOLOGY / GRADE:


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BEHAVIOR:


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CS EXTENSION:


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TREATMENT:


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TREATMENT:


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MP/H RULES:


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MULTIPLICITY COUNTER / PROSTATE:


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MORE NEWS & UPDATES

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