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Registrar Resources and Reporting

Registrar Resources and Reporting

As a cancer registrar, you are the cornerstone for collecting and reporting cancer data of the highest quality. CCR thanks you for your continued diligence and excellence in reporting cancer data. We are dedicated to providing you with the information you need to perform complete and accurate reporting.

To help you in your efforts to stay up-to-date on the latest reporting information and methods, CCR has compiled the following resources. To access additional resources that are not found here, please visit our Reporting Resources Library.

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Reporting Facility Codes

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CCR Standards on Reporting Cancer in California

To maintain high standards in reporting accuracy, CCR has developed the following 4 volumes on cancer reporting. These standards documents cover the full range of reporting topics.





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Reporting Updates

FOR REGISTRARS

CCR DATA ALERTS AND DATA MEMOS
Provide recent updates and new reporting information. CCR also provides annual updates.

CCR INQUIRY SYSTEM
California Cancer Registry Inquiry System (CCRIS) is a centralized collection of the most frequently asked inquiries and responses relating to cancer reporting in California. The New User Tutorial can help familiarize you with how to use CCRIS.

CCR META FILE
Instantly download the CCR Metafile (CCR18Bv1.zip )- active as of 3/20/2019. Please contact us for older metafile copies.

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Education and Training Webinars

EDUCATION
Q-Tips provide insights and education about coding for a range of topics and cancer types.
The CCR Knowledge Series provides summary staging presentations for specific tumor types, including breast, colon, melanoma, corpus uteri, lung, and prostate cancers.

TRAINING WEBINARS
Coming Soon!

ANNUAL DATA CHANGES RECORDED PRESENTATION
2018 Data Changes Presentation Videos

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Visual Editing Standards

ENSURING ACCURACY

In order to provide consistency in the visual editing process and to quantify the accuracy of cancer data from cancer reporting facilities, visual editing standards have been developed. The following resources provide information on the methodology used for these standards.

OTHER REPORTING RESOURCES

To access older CCR files that are not available here, please visit our Reporting Resources Library.

Reporting News

All pathologists are required to report cancer diagnoses electronically before January 1, 2019.

Learn more about implementing AB 2325.

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