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Automating Anatomic Pathology

  • Credit:1.0 ACCENT
  • Duration: 1 hr
  • Date:JUL.11.2018 1:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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Traditional laboratory workflows are typically highly manual processes that can result in multiple redundancies and a slowdown in productivity. By automating several workflow processes, laboratories can increase productivity and improve efficiencies.

J. Mark Tuthill, MD will present his experience with workflow automation at Henry Ford Health System that has allowed his team to streamline workflow processes in anatomic pathology. Topics include automation of billing, histopathology orders, interfaces to staining devices as well as whole slide imaging.

What you will learn -

  • How to identify areas of anatomic pathology that might be automated

  • How to enumerate some of the prerequisites for anatomic pathology automation and LIS interfaces

  • Examples of evolving automation, their impact, and associated AP-LIS Requirements


Mark TuthillJ. Mark Tuthill, MD
Division Head of Pathology Informatics
Henry Ford Hospital, Michigan




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