Power in Numbers

Nearly a decade ago, a small group of physicians, now known as the RPCR, came together to show the benefits of radiosurgery in treating prostate cancer. The effort blossomed to more than 50 radiosurgery centers across the United States and led to coverage of the treatment by CMS and private payors. The RPCR is now expanding this collaborative effort to show the benefits of more types of radiosurgery. Read more about the RPCR’s collaborative efforts in radiosurgery.

Join the RPCR to Improve Radiosurgery and Get Credit

In December 2018, the RPCR was certified by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR). What does this mean? You can participate in collaborative quality efforts to show the benefits of radiosurgery AND get CMS MIPS credits for Quality, Promoting Interoperability, and Improvement Activities. Learn more about joining the RPCR to increase the quality and outcomes of radiosurgery nationwide.

RPCR Registry Montage