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trathborne <@t> somerset-healthcare.com
Wed Nov 30 09:56:19 CST 2011
We switched from intercoms to phones some years back. The phone is put on speaker mode in the OR. I suppose problems can occur with the phone system too, but we haven't experienced this.
Regarding the CAP part of the question, I would call them. Ask if you can send a written diagnosis, which you are to receive back with the physician's/designee's signature. You can then document the intercom problems, and how you worked around it.
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We are having a issue with our intercom system in the OR so the pathologist are having issues communicating frozen section diagnosis with the surgeon.
Does anyone in Histoland use a written form to send frozen section diagnosis? Per CAP if it is verbal the pathologist must speak directly with the surgeon. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
Jennifer Thawley HT, ASCP
Shore Memorial Hospital
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