Silently monitors output from pathology LIMS and diagnostic imaging reporting systems. Analyzes report content to determine if a reportable cancer was found. Securely transmits selected reports to hospital, county and state/provincial cancer registries in near real-time in NAACCR standard format. Can be configured to send de-identified reports and then pull patient identifiers only when cancer reportability is confirmed by a registrar. Can also keep track of previously reported cancer patients and forward ancillary data as it becomes available. Compatible with multiple Microsoft desktop and server operating systems.
The E-Path Monitoring Console provides submitting sites with important functions to assist in the management of an automated E-Path system. These functions include; process monitoring, pathology report review and HIPAA disclosure reporting. The E-Path Monitoring Console incorporates the functionality of AIM’s ISIS Registrar Coding Edition product. The E-Path Monitoring Console provides process reports on the operation of the E-Path system along with summary information about reports.
Keeps track of data processed by E-Path Reporter allowing operators to monitor reporting activity by sending institution, report type, and date-range. The browser-based interface allows registry personnel to quickly determine the status of the cancer reporting network by simply navigating to a web-page. Compatible with multiple Microsoft desktop and server operating systems. Requires an installation of E-Path Reporter and Microsoft Internet Information Server.
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E-Path significantly reduce laboratory and registry staff time spent on processing DI reports.
Helen Farrugia, Director | Victorian Cancer Registry, Australia
We installed E-Path Reporter Pathology Edition. Now we are totally electronic… paperless, from surveillance data collection, to research statistics, through delivery of treatment for cancer patients.
Dr. Juanita Pratt, Manager, Cancer Registry, Clinical Documentation & Treatment Records | UC Davis, California
When compared E-Path to the manual process we used prior, we realized considerable efficiency gains and labour savings!
Dr. Mark Tuthill, Division Head, Pathology Informatics | Henry Ford Hospital, Michigan
What is exciting for us is that we expect to find upwards of 24 additional cases this year… thanks to the E-Path Diagnostic Imaging technology.
Freida Herald, Supervisor, Cancer Registry | Central Baptist Hospital, Kentucky Cancer Registry
Critical to the success of the pilot of E-Path were the AIM people.
Georgina Marr, Manager, Training & Research Support | The Victorian Cancer Registry, Australia