Cancer Registry Software Size, Share, & Trends Analysis Report

Increasing incidence of cancer and growing number of accountable care organizations are among factors driving market growth. According to WHO, cancer accounted for around 9.6 million deaths globally and around 17 million new cases were diagnosed in 2018.

Cancer registry in hospitals can help clinicians evaluate therapy results and plan treatment accordingly. Developed and developing countries are working toward implementing the software in all hospitals in order to track the disease and provide a framework for assessing and controlling the impact. However, data security-related issues, privacy policies, and low awareness may restrain growth in the near future.


The cancer registry software helps automate data collection for national and state registries, which further helps track effectiveness of different treatment approaches. Moreover, the data collected by the state registries helps understand and address the disease in a better way. The collected data is pivotal to target risk factors such as tobacco use, sun exposure, or some environmental factors including chemical & radiation exposure. This information is also necessary for identifying locations where screening and treatment options should be tracked and improved. Moreover, registry data is useful for research institutes to estimate the efficiency of cancer control, treatment, & prevention program.

Cancer registry in hospitals can help clinicians evaluate therapy results and plan treatment accordingly. Developed and developing countries are working toward implementing the software in all hospitals in order to track the disease and provide a framework for assessing and controlling the impact. However, data security-related issues, privacy policies, and low awareness may restrain growth in the near future.

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