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7 Tips: Make Registry Abstraction Less Stressful

Posted by Jodie Jackson, Jr. on Sep 7, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Primaris CEO Richard A. Royer offers seven tips for making registry abstraction less stressfulLooking for strategies to make submitting registry data less of a headache? In the August edition of For The Record, Primaris CEO Rick Royer offered seven tips for developing a less stressful registry reporting process.

Providers often struggle to find the time and resources to pull data from medical charts. The pressure of keeping up with abstraction and reporting is burdensome, so much so that registry abstraction often doesn't receive the attention it deserves.

Royer’s tips to begin streamlining and simplifying the registry reporting process:

  • Be complete and accurate.
  • Use EHRs to capacity.
  • Read registry manuals.
  • Recruit staff that fits the abstractor mold.
  • Take advantage of learning opportunities.
  • Plan for abstraction disruptions.
  • Get support.

See more details about each step and read the full article here.

Primaris Registry Abstraction

Topics: registry abstraction, data abstraction, electronic health records, EHR

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