The Association for Pathology Informatics (API) and Sunquest Information Systems will be offering a free , one-hour webinar on integrated disease reporting on February 25th at 12:30pm PST/3:30pm EST. Participating faculty members will be Monica E. de Baca, MD, of Hematologics and George Birdsong, MD of Emory University School of Medicine/Grady Health System.
As the complexity of the data used to manage patients with chronic diseases has grown, the task of the clinician has become increasingly difficult and time consuming. At worst, patient safety can be compromised or delivery of care delayed due to the difficulty in retrieving all of the necessary data elements needed for treatment. This presentation outlines a framework that takes advantage of the capabilities of electronic reporting to create an Integrated Disease Report (IDR), a single, succinct, integrated, interpretative report comprising all data pertinent to the disease: pathology results, laboratory data, imaging correlations, risk profiles, and therapeutic implications.
You can register for the webinar here. Non-Sunquest clients should ignore the field labeled "site code."