News

We want to thank everyone for their hard work this past year and encourage you to take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments. We are excited to close out 2018, and more excited to welcome 2019 and to continue to build on the foundation...

Since T1G1 went live on July 16, the CTMS Operations Team has been providing support for end users through various avenues, including a support desk, office hours, a weekly tips & tricks email, and a monthly webinar....

Now that OnCore is live for those study teams in Target 1, we would like to provide each study team information regarding a few required post go-live data validation activities. These activities were identified prior to the go-live, but due to time constraints, they were...

All Cancer Consortium Oncology and Fred Hutch Non-Oncology study teams and users are live in OnCore. The Program Office is happy to announce that the OnCore CTMS is being readily adopted....

The Program Office continues to grow and  assemble  a talented team to support the CTMS implementation across the three partner institutions. We are expanding our team to further support our end users and the project team. ...

The CTMS Program Office presented a poster at Fred Hutch during Oncology Recognition Day 2018. This event is an opportunity to thank the entire oncology community (Fred Hutch, UW Medicine, and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance) for their work in cancer care, detection, prevention, research, innovation and support...

The Target 2 Assessment for UW Non-Oncology Subjects & Protocols has been successfully completed and additional planning for UW Non-Oncology is being integrated into the overall CTMS planning efforts for Target 3....

All Cancer Consortium Oncology and Fred Hutch Non-Oncology study teams and users are now live in OnCore. This is an enormous milestone for the CTMS team and all other parties involved in this effort. ...