mTuitive has created sets of templates based on the best practice standards for cancer reporting. mTuitive's templates keep your pathology department in compliance with all of the appropriate requirements.
xPert for Pathology - Cancer Reporting helps your institution adhere to and meet the standards and protocols established by various organizations.
Some examples of these checklists/datasets are:
Cancer Centers who maintain accreditation from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (ACS CoC) are required to meet minimum data reporting standards for the classification of malignant tumors. The College of American Pathologists (CAP) developed cancer protocols and checklists to assist pathology and oncology departments in meeting these standards. SNOMED® International, a Division of the CAP, developed the SNOMED CT encoded versions of these checklists. mTuitive, Inc. was the first company to license the SNOMED CT Encoded CAP Cancer Checklists and provides a fully electronic system for synoptic reporting of tumors for all of the checklists. The unique design of the product reduces (or, in many cases, eliminates) the report transcription and data abstraction associated with the cancer registry process.
In August 2005, mTuitive became the first company to execute a licensing agreement with The Royal College of Pathologists (London, U.K.) to create an electronic version of cancer reporting datasets developed by the Royal College to standardize the classification and reporting of malignant tumors. The datasets ensure consistency in the application of the standards, which will become required for the reporting of all malignant tumor cases in the United Kingdom. The capture of standardized reporting data will facilitate the automation of cancer registry reporting and data abstraction processes across the British healthcare system.
Many institutions have established their own reporting protocols analogous to those of CAP and RCP. Using mTuitive's Agile Author, institutions can easily develop their own protocols to meet the internal standards they have set forth. This gives users the freedom to create more advanced calculations, include specific data elements or organize their reports more to their liking.
Contact us today to speak with pathologists from around the world who are using xPert for Pathology - Cancer Reporting to meet their reporting requirements.