Release of eMaRC Plus v9.0 application

  • 1.  Release of eMaRC Plus v9.0 application

    Posted 11-14-2022 10:51 AM



    Sent on behalf of Joe Rogers


    Apologies in advance for team members receiving this email multiple times today. We want to ensure each of our appropriate workgroup teams receives the update


    Date:             November 10, 2022


    To:                 Registry Plus User Group / ePath Workgroup / Physician Reporting Workgroup / Meaningful Use Workgroup


    From:            Joseph D. Rogers, M.S.

            Team Lead: Informatics, Data Science, and Applications Team

                           Cancer Surveillance Branch

                           Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, NCCDPHP, CDC


    Subject:        Release of CDC NPCR's eMaRC Plus version 9.0


    We are very pleased to announce that eMaRC Plus version 9.0 is now available!  This upgrade has an updater that will allow updates from either eMaRC Plus v7.x or eMaRC Plus v8.x directly to v9.0.  eMaRC Plus Version 9.0 includes NAACCR Version 22.0 implementation requirements, updated SSDIs, numerous bug fixes, and enhancements for both ePath and Physician Reporting Module. Please review the release notes for a more detailed list of enhancements and bug fixes included.


    Download information, a detailed install/upgrade instruction guide, and release notes at the following URL: 


    To access the installation instructions directly, follow this link:


    You MUST READ the installation instructions before you install the new version or upgrade your existing version. ALL issues or support questions should be sent directly to the Helpdesk at


    Please share this information with other members of your team, as appropriate.


    Thank you,




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    Joseph D. Rogers (Joe), MS

     Team Lead

    Informatics, Data Science, and Applications Team

     Email:   Tel: 770-488-4701


    National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR)

    Cancer Surveillance Branch (CSB)

     Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC)

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


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