AW: [Histonet] who reads what?

Gudrun Lang gu.lang <@t>
Wed Apr 6 09:19:56 CDT 2005

We had the same system. But now we are lucky to deliver all cases to one
pathologist. The others go to her room and take their part.
The person, who reads the slides is in most times not the same, that did the

Gudrun Lang
Linz, Austria

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Michele_Marggi <@t>
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 06. April 2005 15:37
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Betreff: [Histonet] who reads what?

Hello all:

I am hoping that I can get some help.....

I am wondering what system people are using  to divide up cases/slides to
your pathologists.  We currently have a very "painful" process of dividing
up cases to our pathologists.  Trying to make it fair in terms of numbers,
types of cases, and even trying to accommodate personal interests or
specialties.  All of this consideration means a lot of time added to the
process.   I would really appreciate some response and ideas for a better
and more efficient process.


Michele Marggi
Surgical Pathology Supervisor
St. Marys Hospital Medical Center
707 S Mills Street
Madison WI  53715
Telephone: 608.258.6930
Fax: 608.258.6268

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