This page provides resources for those reporting cancer cases to the Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System.
Reminder: 2015 Cancer Cases Are Due
- Cases diagnosed through August 2015 were due to WCRS by March 1, 2016.
- Cases diagnosed before 2015 are past due and should be submitted immediately.
In order to monitor your facility's compliance, it is important to notify WCRS if your facility:
- Has had a significant increase or decrease in your cancer caseload;
- Has begun reporting for another facility (clinic/physician office or hospital);
- Has stopped reporting for another facility (clinic/physician office or hospital); or
- Expects a delay in cancer reporting at any time.
WCRS has a list of contract abstracting services that can be used to help facilities with backlogs in reporting. Please contact us to obtain the list.
Importance of Reporting Patient Race and Ethnicity to WCRS
WCRS and all state cancer registries in the National Program of Cancer Registries ask health care providers to report patient race and ethnicity information. Detailed race and ethnicity information on cancer patients can help improve clinical care, as well as help effectively target cancer prevention and early detection programs. Please read this detailed information about the importance of reporting patient race and ethnicity to the WCRS (PDF, 37 KB).