Who is Certified

In 1997, NAACCR instituted a program that annually reviewed member registries for their ability to produce complete, accurate, and timely data. Each year, members of the Data Evaluation and Certification Committee (DECC) evaluate cancer incidence data for the most recent data year, based on pre-determined registry certification criteria established by the DECC. Following an evaluation by members of the Registry Certification Subcommittee (a subcommittee of the DECC), registry staff receive a report containing the results of registry certification evaluation for the most recent data year. In 2006, cancer incidence data from 73 population-based cancer registries were evaluated as part of the certification program and 7 Canadian and 56 U.S. registries were certified for their 2003 data. The percentage of the population that is reflected by certified registries for 1999-2003 data is approximately 82%.

Registries Certified in 2013 for 2010 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2012 for 2009 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2011 for 2008 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2010 for 2007 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2009 for 2006 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2008 for 2005 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2007 for 2004 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2006 for 2003 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2005 for 2002 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2004 for 2001 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2003 for 2000 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2002 for 1999 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2001 for 1998 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 2000 for 1997 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 1999 for 1996 Incidence Data

Registries Certified in 1998 for 1995 Incidence Data