(By Anna Gorman for Kaiser Health News)
California is overhauling the way it collects information for its massive cancer database in the hope of improving how patients are treated for the disease.
Pathologists at a dozen hospitals in the state are part of a pilot project — the first of its kind in the United States — in which they are reporting cancer diagnoses in close to real-time to the California Cancer Registry. And they are using standardized electronic forms to make their reporting more consistent and accurate. Read article here….
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