[Histonet] Pathology reports

Michael Mihalik mike <@t> pathview.com
Fri Aug 19 11:10:46 CDT 2011

Davide, good morning,

I’m fairly familiar with the Cortex product as we are an LIS vendor who
replaced a large Cortex installation in Seattle.  We use Crystal Reports to
generate patient reports that get faxed, printed, sent to EMR's, etc.  You,
as the user of the system, can make your reports look anyway you'd like and
can make them different per specimen or per requesting doctor, for example.
Of course, you can also add graphics as well.

Feel free to email me back or call at your convenience.   Depending on your
location, we could set up an onsite demonstration as well.  My office is
just north of Seattle and I know that Cortex had a lot of Northwest
installations since they were Seattle based.

Michael Mihalik
PathView Systems | cell: 214.733.7688 | 800.798.3540 | fax: 952.241.7369

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Is anyone out there familiar with Coretex Medical pathology software?
Interested in input from users on what pathology software they use for
generating final reports that are high quality, in color with photo
capability, web based reporting and EMR interface. W0uld love to hear your
thoughts on PowerPath, Coretex, Novopath, Softpath, McKesson and others.
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