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Under Oregon Revised statute, all cases of cancer diagnosed on or after January 1, 1996, must be reported to the Oregon State Cancer Registry (OSCaR). Completeness in reporting requires the participation of many reporting sources including hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, physicians/practitioners, and other cancer treatment centers.

Casefinding Lists

Invasive and in situ malignant neoplasms and specified benign neoplasms of the brain and CNS, as listed in the following links, are reportable to OSCaR

For an expanded casefinding version see the SEER web site:

Required Data Elements and Data Dictionary

Outpatient Cancer Reporting Forms

(These forms are not for use with the Meaningful Use program.)

Reporting Instruction Manuals, Volume I and II

Cancer Reporting Standards, Volume 1 (pdf)

Reporting Procedures for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers.
  • Cancer Registry Hospitals
  • Non-Registry Hospitals
  • Ambulatory Surgical Centers
  • Out-of-State Cancer Registries

Cancer Reporting Standards, Volume II (pdf)

Reporting procedures for practitioners and small hospitals.
  • Physicians/practitioners
  • Other cancer treatment centers
  • Type A/Type B rural hospitals (less than 50 beds)