[Histonet] synoptic reporting
Douglas.Porter at sparrow.org
Wed Mar 14 11:09:29 CDT 2018
The CAP has a program called Electronic Cancer Checklists (eCC) that you can purchase that will interface with your LIS (if compatible) and install / update the checklists as they are created by the CAP.
We are in the final decision stage of installing it ourselves. If you are interested, let me know and I can forward you some documents I have that will explain the program.
Or, you can contact the CAP and get things started with them.
Hope this helps,
Douglas A. Porter, HT (ASCP)
Anatomic Pathology IT Coordinator
Sparrow Center for Laboratory Medicine
Department of Pathology
3392 Patient Care Drive
Lansing, MI 48911
douglas.porter at sparrow.org
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I am interested in finding out the ways that other labs stay up to date and compliant with the synoptic reporting requirements. Our LIS software makes it quite difficult for us to integrate these as templates. Do most labs have this built into their LIS, is there external software or programs that you use, do your pathologists just take responsibility for getting this information into the report?
Any advice is most appreciated
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