Appendix: Examples of Current Databases in Health Care
The Centralized Cancer Patient Data System (CCPDS) is a standard system for registering persons with reportable malignant neoplasms, who are patients of comprehensive cancer centers in the United States. Eligible patients were first admitted to a center on or after July 1, 1977, and are reported to the Statistical Analysis and Quality Control (SAQC) Center in Seattle, Washington.
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