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Impac Software Selects 2009 Cancer Registrar of the Year

...ism and expertise. Recognized for her efforts to promote growth and excellent patient care, Deanna Derdelinghen oversees all aspects of the ACoS, coc accreditation process, management of related cancer program activities and Stamford's tumor registry. She also helps with grants and proposals for onc...

UT Southwestern University Hospital earns outstanding achievement award for cancer care

.... and Puerto Rico, representing close to 25 percent of all hospitals. These coc facilities diagnose and/or treat 80 percent of newly diagnosed cancer patie...ation and the monitoring of comprehensive quality care. Approval by the coc is given only to those facilities that have voluntarily committed to provid...

Hahnemann University Hospital Receives Approval From The Commission on Cancer

...f Surgeons (ACoS). The Cancer Center at Hahnemann received the approval following an on-site evaluation by a physician surveyor. Approval by the coc is awarded only to those facilities that have voluntarily committed to providing the highest level of quality cancer care and that undergo a rigorous ...

Huntington Hospital Cancer Center Receives Outstanding Achievement Designation

...ery few of the nation's comprehensive cancer centers." Huntington received the award after a rigorous on-site evaluation process performed by a coc physician surveyor. The hospital had to demonstrate a Commendation level of compliance with seven standards representing the full scope of the progra...

American College of Surgeons Supports Steps to Shore Up Medicare Payment System In Proposed Federal Budget

...All hospitals and free-standing cancer treatment facilities approved by the coc report clinical data through the National Cancer Data Base and receive evid...e National Quality Forum. To provide better "real-time" feedback, the coc has also developed a new reporting system that could link into the interope...

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COC in Medical Products

TOX/See Drugscreen COC

Description: TOX/See™ is a 1-step, hand-held, point-of-care device for the qualitative detection of drug or drug metabolites in human urine. The TOX/See device can detect up to nine of the most commonly abused drugs in 3 to 8 minutes and requires only a few drops of urine. Each TOX/See cassette is indivi...
Company:Bio-Rad Laboratories

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COC in Biological Technology

Jatropha Couple Oil Crop Cultivation Technology Commercially Released

...Now we can ensure an oil yield of 1200-1350 gallon per ha i.e. same acreage of land without any extra input cost on maturity. The technology termed as coc is released commercially. The inaugural offer is open up to October 31, 2009." The interested companies/parties/persons may send their reques...

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