Pathology Informatics: Theory & Practice
Order # 5831 | ISBN: 9780891895831
Authors: Liron Pantanowitz, MD; J. Mark Tuthill, MD; Ulysses G.J. Balis, MD
Pathology Informatics: Theory & Practice is the most current and comprehensive reference available for pathology informatics. This new book fills a critical gap in the field and features a special chapter on digital pathology that is already receiving praise. To read more about this book, or to buy the book only, click here.
Informatics Online Pathology Case Reports
(4 Cases, 1.0 hour each)
Generate consistent, complete, and standardized pathology reports. An accurate diagnosis with all pertinent information facilitates superior patient management, including reliable tumor staging, treatment recommendations, and survival predictions. (CSPI1201)
Glucose Testing and the Electronic Medical Record
Learn the variables that can affect POC and central laboratory blood glucose testing to safely integrate and distinguish these results, when they are appropriately separated in an electronic medical record.(CSPI1202)
Interpret cytologic material at a distance using digital images. Applications include primary diagnosis, ROSE, consultation, outreach, research, education, proficiency testing, and quality assurance.(CSPI1203)
Computerized Provider Order Entry in the Electronic Medical Record
Master software that allows you to place an order for a laboratory or radiologic test, medication, procedure, or consultation directly into the electronic medical record. (CSPI1204)
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Access Online Pathology Case Reports in the lab or on the go.
The case reports included in the Informatics Bundle may count towards up to 4.0 credit hours in SAM (MOC Part 2) or CME/CMLE.