Enhanced Reporting with Smart Pathology

Guided, synoptic reporting while maintaining full control

Choose between a growing set of reporting templates or create your own. Follow medically validated decision trees to create your report and add free text as needed. The text output is always and immediately visible. Clinical background information in the form of info boxes provides guidance in reporting complex cases. Finally, you can easily transfer the generated report into your LIS.

Benefit from Synoptic Reporting using Smart Pathology

  • Clinical Guidance

    Clinical Guidance

    Decision trees form the basis of our templates, are developed by experts in pathology and guide pathologists in reporting of complex cases.

  • Efficiency

    Efficiency

    Smart Pathology accelerates reporting and the consistent format improves inter- and intra-departmental communication resulting in less follow-up questions.

  • Research

    Research

    Smart Pathology generates reports in a structured and synoptic format, making them readily accessible for data mining and machine learning.

Many popular templates are available for free

Synoptic Reporting Prostate

Create a standardized report on prostate biopsies based on various national guidelines with ease. No more worrying about wording, omissions, or score computations and translations.

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Synoptic Reporting Breast

Create a standardized report on breast biopsies and resections based on various national guidelines with ease. No more worrying about wording, omissions, or score computations and translations.

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Standardization and Structure in Reporting save Lives

A study published in JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics shows that use of standardized structured reporting in colorectal cancer is associated with longer survival of patients. "We demonstrate that use of standardized structured reporting (SSR) improved patient care in those with colorectal cancer by providing more complete reports of higher quality, which had significant effects on the delivery of adjuvant therapy and patient outcomes.

Caro E. Sluijter, MSc; Frans van Workum, MD; Theo Wiggers, MD, PhD; Carlijn van de Water; Otto Visser, MD, PhD; Henk-Jan van Slooten, MD, PhD; Lucy I.H. Overbeek, PhD; Iris D. Nagtegaal, MD, PhD

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