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    Information for Facilities Reporting to the MCR

    Information and documents, below, will be useful to hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, radiation therapy facilities, laboratories, and physician offices who must report to the MCR.

    Reporting Requirements, October 2019

    Reporting Requirements 2019

    Appendix 6 - Casefinding Lists 2019

    MCR Abbreviated Abstract 2022

    MCR Guidelines for Reporting by Facility Type

    MCR Modification Contact Form.docx

    Guidelines submitting MU cases final


    WebPlus Information for File Uploaders, March 2019

      Letter to File Uploaders 2019.pdf
      Web Plus User's Manual: Introduction.  

    WebPlus For Uploaders Myriddian


    Web Plus Information for Facility Abstractors--Direct Data Entry, March 2019​

      Letter to Facility Abstractors 2019.pdf
      Web Plus User's Manual: Introduction.pdf

    WebPlus Training Manual for Facility Abstractors (from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)


    MCR Incoming Abstracts -V18d


    NPCR EDITS Software Tools


    NPCR–EDITS Software Tools


    User Manual

    MCR GenEDITS  Plus User Manual.pdf

    Hardcopy Submission Forms and Instruct​ions, March 2014

    Hardcopy submission forms are submitted only by facilities which have fewer than 100 abstracts per year.  Facilities with 100 or more abstracts per year are required to be submitted electronically.






    Remember that a copy of the pathology report must be attached to each abstract.


    Contractor, Technical Support, and Assistance

    Myriddian, LLC in Columbia, Maryland is the MCR contractor for data collection, data management, and quality assurance. For technical support and assistance, please contact the following number:

    MCR Technical Help is available Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Phone: 1-866-986-6575 or 410-344-2851
    Fax: 240-833-41111

    Email: mcrtech@myriddian.com


    Maryland Cancer Registry (MCR)
    Myriddian, LLC- MCR QA/DM
    6711 Columbia Gateway Drive, Suite 475

    Columbia, MD 21046 
    Phone: 410-344-2851

    Questions may also be addressed to:
    Maryland Cancer Registry
    Maryland Department of Health
    Center for Cancer Prevention and Control
    201 West Preston Street, Room 400
    Baltimore, MD  21201 
    Phone: 410-767-4055​