2Introduction Name Position What improvement you would like to have in your current system?
3Objectives Review client specific Outcomes Provide initial application educationProvide an understanding of workflow using the Cerner systemEstablish context for Data Collection MaterialsDeliver and discuss Data Collection MaterialsIdentify and discuss integration topicsReview the Design Confirmation and Sign-off processOrganize assignments and discuss next steps
5PathNet – Anatomic Pathology Name of the Laboratory solutions that Cerner ProvidesCerner first started out with Laboratory 1984PathNet Anatomic PathologyAn automated online system for reporting upon samples within such disciplines as Histology, Cytology and Autopsy .Some of many benefits.Automates the workflow within the pathology department, improving efficiency, accuracy and quality of serviceImproved resulting and reporting (Synoptic Reporting)Cytology follow-up tracking‘Hot Key’ resulting in cytologyImages within reportsImproved storage tracking of tissue
6Anatomic Pathology Workflow GrossingTranscriptionSpecimen GrossingTissue ProcessingSpecimen ReceivingPhysician RequestEmbeddingSpecimen Received On Grossing Bench To Get The Characteristics And Prepare BlocksPathologist Start Exanimate The Slide And Dictate The DiagnosisTranscription Start Enter Grossing InformationTissue Processing Start With Paraffin Wax And ReagentsPrepare The Thin Sections That Allow For An Accurate DiagnosisPrepare Blocks For Outstanding SectionsPathology Order Request By Physician\nurse From Ward Through PowerchartTranscription Start Enter Dictated Diagnosis To The ReportLaboratory Receive Specimen And Start Identified, Accession , Print BarcodePathologist Review And Verify The Final ReportPrepare Clear Well-defined Stains That Pathologists NeedSectioningRoutine StainPathology ResultingReport VerificationReport Transcription
8Accessioning Request and Accessioning Attributes regarding the specimen are documented (e.g. the specimen description, collected date and time, received date and time, and specimen ID) and a pathology case number is assigned
9Processing Specimen Processing Assigning processing tasks (e.g. blocks, slides, special stains) and billing tasks with a specific case, specimen, block, or slide.
10Processing Specimen Processing Work lists and slide labels are availableLabels include Slide labels, Specimen Labels and Reserve Labels from START
11Histology Result Entry The ability to addTextual and coded ResponsesDiagnostic correlationDiagnostic codesAbility to review and add charges
12Histology Result Entry Word Processing TemplatesOverview and training provided by Cerner enabling Client to build Word Processing templates
13Cytology Result Entry Result Entry Cytology Alpha Responses based on Bethesda standardsAllows quality assurance reviews and follow-up tracking
14Reporting Reporting Cytology QA Reports: Cytology report verification summaryCases by userSample quality by physicianProficiency review by userStatistics by groupStatistics by physicianStatistics by userPathology QA Reports:Specimen adequacy by physicianDiagnostic correlationDiagnostic code assignment reviewMiscellaneous Reports:Case LogFollow-up Tracking NotificationPathology Case RetrievalPersonalized Reports (Discern Analytics) – Cerner will educate Client on use of tools to create appropriate reports
15SNOMED CAP SnoMed® International (III) for Pathology Cerner will work with Client to implement CAP SNOMED content
16Synoptic Reporting Synoptic Reporting for Pathology Cerner will work with Client to implement AP Synoptic Reporting.Customization of CAP templates is not included.
18MethodM MethodM MethodM Website. Cerner’s approach to working with clients to deliver value through our Millennium solutions. This modular methodology draws upon proven practices from a host of past client experiences. With it, a project team is able to deliver the intended outcomes with discipline, predictability, and efficiency.MethodM Website.https://methodm.cerner.com/client/79039/KSUH_CIS_Project/default.aspx
19WBT’s WBTs – Web Based Training A computer guided demo that covers limited functionality of the systemhttps://ulearn.cerner.com/indexRegister with UlearnCerner Millennium: PathNet Anatomic pathology WBT
20Open HouseOpen HouseIs a self guided demo script gives a general overview/introduction to some of the system’s functionalitiesProject Deliverables ->Advanced Filter ViewOpen House Script Linkhttps://methodm.cerner.com/client/79039/KSUH_CIS_Project/ProjectDeliverables/Forms/AllItemsDefault.aspxOpen House Domain Link
22Design Decision Matrix - DDM MethodM webpageDDM – Design Topics about certain aspects of the workflow.Project Home-> Design Decisionshttps://methodm.cerner.com/client/79039/KSUH_CIS_Project/DDM/Lists/DDM/FlatViewAll.aspx?FilterField1=MillenniumSolution&FilterValue1=PathNet%c2%ae+Anatomic+PathologyHigh level decisions that will drive functionality within PathNetEach topic provides Cerner recommendation, rationale, other considerations, and how it will impact the system.
24Data Collection Workbook - DCW MethodM webpageDCW – Data collection that will be used to build the system.Project Deliverables -> Advanced Filter Viewhttps://methodm.cerner.com/client/79039/KSUH_CIS_Project/CustomPages/DeliverablesLibrary.aspxCerner Start ContentCerner recommended build elements based on Cerner and Client collaboration.