2013 Oral Presentations

2013 Oral Presentations

TUESDAY, JUNE 11    CONFERENCE DAY 1

Plenary Session #1
Salon JK

8:30 am – 10:00 am

Thinking Big: Vision and Future Directions

Moderator: Tom Tucker, Ph.D.,
Kentucky Cancer Registry

How Will the Future Be Measured?
Armin Weinberg, Ph.D., Cheif Executive Officer, Life Beyond Cancer

Concurrent Session #1

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Section A:

DATA QUALITY CONTROL AND STANDARDS
SALON G

Moderator: J. Harris

03 Treatment Capture from Follow Back to Oncology Offices
F. Ross, Kentucky Cancer Registry

04 A Comparison of Collaborative Stage with UICC TNM
D. Dale, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Section B:

CAPTURING INFORMATION FROM ELECTRONIC REPORTING SOURCES
SALON F

08 A Technical Approach to Interfacing with a Health Information Exchange for Electronic Physician Reporting
D. Rust, Kentucky Cancer Registry

Section C:

APPLICATIONS IN CANCER CONTROL
MEETING ROM 602

Moderator: M. MacIntyre

09 Targeting Lung Cancer Control Efforts Among AfricanAmerican Menthol Smokers in Los Angeles County
L. Escobedo, University of Southern California

12 Colorectal Cancer Screening Rate and its Determinants in Rural Counties in Texas
G. Gong, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Section D:

GIS, INNOVATIVE SPATIAL ANALYSIS
MEETING ROOM 615AB

Moderator: R. Pinder

14 Investigation of Mesothelioma Incidence in Areas of Alaska with Naturally Occurring Asbestos
D. O’Brien, Alaska Cancer Registry

Section E:

ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGY
MEETING ROOM 616AB

Moderator: L. Liu

17 Productivity Loss Due to Premature Cancer Deaths in the United States, 2006-2010 – How Much Does Education Attainment Matter?
H. Weir, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

18 The Effects of Age, Income, and Place of Residence on the Stage of Disease at Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
B. Rettig, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

Concurrent Session #2

3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Section A:

NEW AND ALTERNATIVE DATA SOURCES
SALON G

Moderator: C. Rao

22 Using Claims Data to Identify Patients Undergoing Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer
M. Schymura, New York State Cancer Registry

23 Working with NPI Numbers in Cancer Registries
J. Phillips, American College of Surgeons

24 Standard Representation of Genomic Information
Y. Heras, Lantana Consulting Group

28 The Goldilocks Quandary: How Much Patient Contact is Just Right?
C. Harrell, Utah Cancer Registry

Section C:

CAPTURING INFORMATION FROM ELECTRONIC REPORTING SOURCES II
SALON F

Moderator: J. MacKinnon

29 EHR Data Capture: Hopes, Fears, Dreams
L. Alschuler, Lantana Consulting Group

Section D:

SURVIVAL ANALYSES
MEETING ROOM 615AB

Moderator: J. Jackson-Thompson

36 The Use of Colorectal Cancer Mortality as an Endpoint for Survival and Screening Evaluation: Is Ontario’s Data up to the Challenge?
D. Nishri, Cancer Care Ontario

Section E:

ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGY II
MEETING ROOM 616AB

Moderator: P. Adamo

40 Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Texas
A. Hakenwerth, Texas Cancer Registry

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12CONFERENCE DAY 2

Concurrent Session #3

10:45 am – 12:15 pm

Section A:

DATA QUALITY CONTROL AND STANDARDS II
SALON G

Moderator: M. Williams

41 2013 Revisions to the 2009 NAACCR Death Clearance Manual
S. Bolick, South Carolina Cancer Registry

42 Death Clearance Multiple Primaries Overview
B. Matt, Iowa SEER Registry

43 A Time- and Resource-Efficient Method for Annually Auditing All Reporting Hsptls. in Your State: The Inpatient and Outpatient Hospital Discharge Files
M. Whiteside, Tennessee Department of Health

44 Enhancing Data Quality and Process Improvement: The Cancer Registry of Greater California Experience
W. Roshala, Cancer Registry of Greater California

Section B:

INITIATIVES IN INTEROPERABILITY
SALON F

Moderator: N. Lozon

45 I Speak HL7. Do U? Introducing the NAACCR Volume V Supplement
J. Harrison, New York State Cancer Registry

47 Sharing SEER Program Data and Algorithms via Web Services – SEER API
D. Annett, Information Management Services, Inc.

48 Using Web Services in a Registry Data Management System
F. Depry, Information Management Services, Inc.

Section D:

INNOVATIVE ANALYTIC METHODS AND STATISTICS
MEETING ROOM 615AB

Moderator: A Hakenewerth

53 The Mathematical Biology of Pancreatic Cancer: Models of Carcinogenesis and Stages
G. Jacquez, SUNY Buffalo

THURSDAY, JUNE 13CONFERENCE DAY 3

Plenary Session #4
SALON JK

9:00 am – 10:15 am

Remember the Patient! Comparative Effectiveness and outcomes

Moderator: Donna Turner, Ph.D.,
CancerCare Manitoba

Cancer incidence, stage distribution and treatment patterns in Manitoba’s First Nations
Donna Turner, Ph.D., CancerCare Manitoba

Concurrent Session #4

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Section A:

INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR DATA COLLECTION
Moderator: J. MacKinnon

62 Automated Consolidation of CS Data Items: The Pennsylvania Approach to Enh. Automation and Implementing Consolidation in the Absence of Ntl. Standards
M. Esterly, Pennsylvania Cancer Registry

Section B:

INNOVATIONS IN CANCER SURVEILLANCE
MEETING ROOM 615AB

Moderator: N. Lozon

64 Using the Colorado Central Cancer Registry to Pre-Populate Treatment Summaries and Care Plans: What We Learned
C. Bledsoe, Colorado Central Cancer Registry

Section D:

RECORD LINKAGES
SALON F

Moderator: D. O’Brien

72 Assessment of Duplicate Cancer Cases in Utah and Idaho: Improving Interstate Cancer Surveillance
C. Johnson, Cancer Data Registry of Idaho

74 Linkage of Central Cancer Registry Incidence and Hospital Discharge Data Provides a Valuable Resource to Study Breast Cancer Disparities in Illinois
T. Dolecek, University of Illinois at Chicago

Section E:

ANALYTIC EPIDEMIOLOGY IV
MEETING ROOM 616AB

Moderator: S. Gershman

77 Does Beam Radiation of Prostate Cancer Increase Rectal Cancer Risk?
J. Morgan, Loma Linda University

Concurrent Session #5

1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Section A:

INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR DATA COLLECTION II
SALON G

Moderator: R. Pinder

81 California’s Comparative Effectiveness Research Study Tracking Database
S Riddle, Cancer Registry of Greater California

82 Project HAN (Hospice, Adult Living and Nursing Homes) Progess-Year 2
C. Rao, North Carolina Cancer Registry

Section B:

APPLICATIONS IN CANCER CONTROL II
MEETING ROOM 602

Moderator: P. Adamo

86 Routes to Diagnosis, a New Measure for Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiatives
L. Elliss-Brookes, National Cancer Intelligence Network

Section C:

COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS AND COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES
MEETING ROOM 615AB

Moderator: M. Williams

089 Payer and Registry Synergy: Collaboration and Data Sharing for Improved Understanding of Cancer Care
M. Perkins, United Healthcare

3:45 pm – 4:30 pm

NAACCR Showcase

Moderator: Betsy A. Kohler, MPH, CTR
Executive Director, NAACCR

SALON JK

Virtual Pooled Data Project
D. Deapen, Dr.PH, Los Angeles Cancer Surveillance Program

FRIDAY, JUNE 14POST-CONFERENCE

9:30 am – 3:30 pm

Successful Communication: A ToolKit for Cancer Registries

Setting the Stage
Donna Turner, Cancer Care Manitoba

Nuts and Bolts of Communication: Newsletters and Social Media
Nuts and Bolts of Communication: Newsletters and Social Media – Group Exercise
Dan Curran, C/NET Solutions

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