[Histonet] PI Reports

Victor Tobias victor <@t> pathology.washington.edu
Wed Dec 21 14:29:25 CST 2005


We are using PowerPath and for frozen sections, we have fields setup to 
enter the received time and completed time. During our recent CAP 
inspection we were asked about our TAT. I ran a quick report and our 
average came in under 20 min. so we were OK.

We also have a section for specimen adequacy which is similiar to your 
specimen discrepancy log. I don't have a clue as to how often it is run.

We have a variety of reports for management, such as TAT statistics, 
overdue cases, etc.


Edward Scott wrote:

>Hello to all in histoland. I would like to know what type of PI reports are
>being done by histo supervisors and managers.  I am currently doing
>turnaround time for frozen sections and immuno send outs.  We dont do our
>own immuno.  I also do specimen discrepancy as it pertains to to
>requisitions that we receive.  For example, we us Copath and at the end o f
>the day I pull out a specimen discrepancy log that has documentation for
>things like no procedure date, no clinical history, no patient history, no
>location, no attending physicians name.  If anyone would like to share some
>of the reports that they do I would be greatly appreciative.  I am looking
>to make some changes.  Merry Christmas to all.
>Allison Scott
>Histology Supervisor
>LBJ Hospital
>Houston , Texas
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Victor Tobias
Clinical Applications Analyst
University of Washington Medical Center
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1959 NE Pacific
Seattle, WA 98195
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