Cancer Reporting for physicians, ambulatory care centers, radiation treatment facilities
Physicians, ambulatory care centers and radiation treatment facilities are required to report all non-hospitalized cancer cases to the NJSCR. All cases must be reported within six months of diagnosis. A separate case report form must be completed for each primary. The Cancer Registry Statute [pdf 266k] contains a copy of the reportable list. If you have never reported cancer cases to the NJSCR or your practice has just opened in New Jersey, please complete the Cancer Registry Survey (CES-7) [pdf 15k] so that we may learn more about your practice. You may fax the completed checklist to NJSCR Fax: (609) 588-3638
For questions regarding cancer reporting call 609-588-3500 or e-mail us.
Cancer Case Report Form (CES-40) [pdf 15k] [doc 57k]
Case Report Form and Check List Form for Hematopoietic Cancer
(CES-9) [pdf 16k] (CES-12) [pdf 15k]
NJSCR Abstract Instruction Manual For Physicians, Ambulatory Care Centers & Radiation Treatment Facilities 2011 [pdf 255k]
Electronic reporting is strongly recommended. Cancer data software is available free of charge for reporting cancer cases to the NJSCR electronically. NJSCR staff will assist in the installation and provide training. The software is user-friendly and can assist your practice in complying with your public health reporting requirements in your own practice. If you are interested in obtaining this software, complete the Cancer Data Software Information Request (CES-8) [pdf 19k] and fax the completed for the attention of Karen Robinson at Fax: (609) 588-3638.