Smart Imaging Technologies has introduced Interactive Web Reports for its Simagis Live Digital Pathology servers. Pathologists can now easily complete and sign-off digital cases, create professional media-rich reports from digital slides in just a few clicks and share them instantly with clients, colleagues or patients – all from a single web interface.
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Pathologists don’t see patients in person, their patients are represented by a set of microscopy slides, and if these slides are digital – pathologists can serve patients anywhere in the world. Digital Pathology makes pathology business global but it also changes traditional workflow of a pathology lab. Unlike physical samples, incoming digital cases are not accessioned into traditional LIS system; instead they come to a digital workspace via the Internet from variety of sources and locations. It means that pathologists are losing access to reporting function in LIS. They have to create reports manually, which makes their work unproductive and reports inferior.
Interactive Web Reports solve this problem. Now pathologists can complete case information and create professional reports right from their digital workspace in just two clicks. Interactive Web Reports include live links to digital slides and provide a number of secure sharing options. Customizable templates and flexible data fields can match specific work process and case data can be synchronized with LIS via API for seamless integration between digital and physical diagnostic processes. Interactive Web Reports can be viewed from mobile devices and easily sent to referring physician, oncologist or shared with the patient. See live report sample: http://goo.gl/3lkNxi
“Our mission is to make Digital Pathology practical and profitable for a lab of any size. Interactive Web Reports help our users become truly productive in the global marketplace of digital pathology”, said Vitali Khvatkov, Founder of Smart Imaging Technologies. “This reporting function was eagerly anticipated by our clients, many of whom use advantages of Digital Pathology to expand professional services beyond geographic boundaries”, he added.