Registry Plus Software Programs for Cancer Registries
Registry Plus is a suite of publicly available free software programs for collecting and processing cancer registry data. The Registry Plus suite can be used separately or together for routine or special data collection. These software programs, compliant with national standards, are made available by CDC to implement the National Program of Cancer Registries, established by Public Law 102-515.
Registry Plus Components
A cancer data collection tool that is used to summarize medical records into an electronic report of cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Current version: 4.0 with NAACCR Version 21, released in March 2022.
CRS Plus is the main central registry database program, and TLC Plus is an automated tumor linkage and consolidation function.
Current version: 4.5 with NAACCR Version 22, released in July 2022.
A program for the central cancer registry that receives NAACCR-formatted abstracts and incorporates them into the central database.
Current version: 5.3, released in June 2022.
Collects cancer data securely over the public Internet to support online abstracting, file upload and download, and follow-back efforts.
Current version: 3.10, released in April 2022.
Allows administrators to export abstracts and uploaded files out of Web Plus, as well as to run edits on uploaded files.
Current version: 6.0, released in April 2022.
Receives and processes HL7 files from pathology laboratories, and reports from physician offices in HL7 CDA format.
Current version: 8.0, including AJCC TNM 9th edition, released in April 2022.
A tool for reading and writing data exchange files formatted according to the NAACCR XML Data Exchange Standard Implementation Guide.
Current version: 2.2, released in April 2022.
More Information About Registry Plus
- Data Flow Diagram
- Royalty-free License
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Hardware Requirements and Technical Support
- Registry Plus Central Registry Tools Systems and IT Personnel Requirements [PDF-379KB]
- Policy and Letter of Agreement for Use of CDC-Developed Software by Users External to the National Program of Cancer Registries [PDF-13KB]
Registry Plus, a suite of publicly available software programs for collecting and processing cancer registry data. Atlanta (GA): U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; 2021. Available at: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/npcr/. Accessed month/day/year.