CAP eFRM (xPert) is the premier reporting solution for surgical pathologists.
mTuitive provides expert guidance, error checks, automatic calculations and more to keep facilities compliant with standards and protocols while improving patient outcomes. These algorithms have significant advantages over other reporting options—including expediting transmission of vital diagnostic data, using important pathologic information downstream for other purposes, and drastically reducing the time and money staff spend on staying current with the latest changes to reporting requirements.
Developed through an exclusive partnership between the College Of American Pathologists (CAP) and mTuitive, CAP eFRM efficiently captures the diagnostic data contained in the Cancer Protocols (via use of the electronic Cancer Checklists (eCCs)) and ensures that laboratories remain in constant compliance with every content update and documentation requirement that is released.
Our algorithms currently cover over 95% of all potential surgical pathology cases, with more being created every month.
mTuitive ensures pathology departments are compliant with all pertinent standards —including the synoptic reporting of Cancer Protocols required by CAP and the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (ACS CoC). mTuitive maintains all updates and customizations with an unmatched validation process that guarantees you maintain compliance.
Reduced Transcription Costs
mTuitive's synoptic reports provide a true single step sign out by capturing structured data in addition to case narratives at the point of examination. Results are automatically delivered to the Laboratory Information System (LIS), disease registries, and other specified recipients—which greatly reduces costs, time, and errors inherent with transcription.
Minimized Potential Errors
Synoptic reports have been proven to be more comprehensive than dictation & transcription, ensuring the most important data is captured every time. mTuitive's unique validation process by our staff and team of experts means that the UI is intuitive and the content is constantly up-to-date. Our solutions' automated calculations, logic-branching, and error checks eliminate simple human errors.
Enhanced Research Data
Each response in an mTuitive synoptic report is a piece of structured data—this means it can be sent to local, state, national, and other registries automatically and be used for downstream research without the vast monetary and time costs of abstraction.
mTuitive reports present interpreting clinicians with more complete and concise documentation in a uniformed format. Using medically consistent terminology eliminates confusion and delays due to clarifying questions from clinicians and cancer registrars. Those receiving and reviewing the reports prefer the 95% increase in completeness due to synoptic formatting.
With intuitive navigation, users can quickly and easily enter in the important diagnostic information for each specimen while only responding to required fields, pertinent sections, and automatically capturing diagnostic codes like ICD and SNOMED.
mTuitive works closely with standards organizations to receive the latest updates, maintaining these algorithms for your facility instead of devoting precious departmental staff time and energy on it.
mTuitive's solutions have an open API format that works with vendors from around the world to receive information from (and return information to) all types of LIS, EHR, and other electronic systems.
Automated Decision Support
mTuitive algorithms come complete with reference materials and links to relevant documentation in order to assist pathologists in determining the correct response for each field in an algorithm.
Twenty years ago, my co-founder, Dr. William O'Toole, had a vision to make pathology phenotypical and genomic data more accessible for the individual treatment of cancer in patients. I stumbled across this article profiling Dr. Leroy (Lee) Hood, M.D., Ph.D.:
Hood, like the many other researchers who have long advocated for such a shift, argues that our approach to medicine is too cookie-cutter. By and large, people with the same illness get the same treatment. This fails to account for big differences between different people’s genomes and immune systems. But the dream of true precision medicine has been mired in the sluggish and recalcitrant health-care system, where patient data is often seen as more of a nuisance than a benefit.
Over the twenty-year history of mTuitive, I often been asked why synoptic/structured data reporting is important—and this is the most articulate answer I have ever read.
John Murphy, CFO & Co-Founder of mTuitive, Inc.
Our pathology solutions include content for these standards:
College of American Pathologists (CAP)
International Collaboration on Cancer Reporting (ICCR)
Public Health England (PHE)
Ontario Health (CCO)