[Histonet] who reads what?

Julia Dahl jdmd77 <@t> hotmail.com
Wed Apr 6 12:17:16 CDT 2005

Your methodology looks really functional - particularly that it allows the 
HTs and Pathologists to track what case is where at any time... instead of 
"Who's looking at the case on Mr. Jones" being blared over the department 

How did you become interested in pediatric GI?


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>I have a simple spread sheet that lists the pathologist names on the y axis 
>and the
>cases which are destributed to them on the X axis. The chart numbes cases
>consecutively. Each pathologist has a pre determined number that are filled 
>into his boxes
>  on the chart when they are accessioned. For instance If i am on our surge 
>path 1 rotation I
>will reciece #s 1-10, 30 -40, 60 -70, 80 -90, 101-105....... Depending on 
>the total for the
>day  will recieve further #s on this chart. The other 5 pathologists 
>recieving cases will also
>have designated #s on this chart. As soon as the case os accessioned, the 
>number is filled
>  in on the chart. Any cases which I read exclusively ( such as ped GI)  
>are placed in my
>boxes even if out of order. So you are left with a big spread sheet filled 
>in with the cases of
>the day. As soon as they are accessioned my transcribers, PA's residents 
>clinicians know who to go to with questions. We have different flow charts 
>depending on
>how many we have this dat. % man, 6 man and 7 man rotations. It sounds 
>complicated but
>is truely an easy way to get this complicated job done. I have a copy of 
>the chart that
>I underline when a case is brought to me so I always know if it is really 
>my case they
>are bringing me before I read it. Before this I would find I read two trays 
>of someone elses
>work and wonder why I seem to have so much that day. I know this sounds 
>complicated but
>I can send an example of the chart to any one who would like.
>I am sending one to  Michelle. Maybe she will give us some feed back to see 
>if it works for her.
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