hymclab <@t> hyhc.com
Tue Nov 14 08:51:00 CST 2006
The only hard paper copies we keep anymore are those that have attachments:
-Frozen section diagnosis form (even though we enter the frozen section
diagnosis in the computer in its own data sectin to become part of the
permanent report, we keep a copy of the original document that was signed at
the actual time of frozen section diagnosis).
-Stone analysis reports that get attached to the final copy of the report.
-Special studies sent out as part of the case (Disaccharidase studies,
HER-2/neu Immunos that get sent out, Consultations, etc...)
This has saved us a lot of space not saving hard copies of every path
Hope this helps,
From: Lester Raff [mailto:LRaff <@t> lab.uropartners.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 8:02 AM
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] Paperless
Here is a lab policy question. How many of your labs keep a paper copy on
file of surgical path reports, and how many only keep an electronic copy?
Lester J. Raff, MD
UroPartners, LLC Laboratory
2225 Enterprise Dr. Suite 2511
Westchester, IL 60154
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