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How To Use Pathology Synoptic Reporting To Improve Patient Care
Date: March 24th, 2021
Time: 2:30 - 3:30pm Eastern
mTuitive is proud to present a webinar with Brigette Rabel, Synoptic Reporting Provincial Coordinator for British Columbia about how structured data from synoptic reporting can improve patient care. Discrete data from pathology synoptic checklists maintained by mTuitive feeds into BC’s own Central Data Repository (CDR).
With this data, BC developed individual dashboards for pathologists and surgeons to display a set of quality metrics specific to their practices. Using the dashboard, the pathologist or surgeon can see how their results compare against averages for their facility, their health authority, and the province as a whole. BC also created a set of quality metrics to monitor the consistency of reporting across the province.
Brigette will give an overview of how BC transformed a large tumour dataset into actionable metrics for both pathologists and surgeons.
Brigette Rabel is the Provincial Coordinator for the Pathology Synoptic Reporting Program in British Columbia. Brigette uses her experience as a lab technologist in Histopathology and Lab Information Services to provide Synoptic Reporting support to BC’s 200+ pathologists. She is also responsible for maintaining BC’s Central Data Repository and generating reports from that data to help inform pathologists on the quality of cancer reporting in BC. After a day long at the office, Brigette’s favorite way to unwind is to take a long walk with her two French Bulldogs, Daisy and Georgia.
Dr. Nick van der Westhuizen, MB, FRCPC
Dr. van der Westhuizen is the Chair of the British Columbia Electronic Synoptic Pathology Program. Trained as an anatomic pathologist, Dr. van der Westhuizen is a staff pathologist at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, BC. He has also served as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia and as an Anatomical Pathologist at Vancouver Island Health Authority.
Gurpal Bisra, MMOR, MSc, BASc
Co-founder and Data Scientist, Bisrey Analytics Ltd
Gurpal is passionate about solving problems by combining concepts from multiple disciplines to help people. His hands-on work experience ranges from designing robots, micro-organisms and biomaterials on the lab bench to designing clinical workflows and simulations for hospitals. When he is not traveling to experience new cultures, he enjoys biking to work and playing badminton.
Eric Daley, MS, PA (ASCP)CM
Eric Daley is the Clinical Product Manager for the Cancer and Protocol and Data Standards Team at the College of American Pathologists (CAP). Mr. Daley is a Certified Pathologists’ Assistant with 12 years of experience in Anatomic Pathology, including operations, laboratory/clinical informatics, data analytical reporting, laboratory medical coding and billing, and Quality Management. He is certified in Epic AP Beaker module and has a passion for the evolution of the Anatomic Pathology reporting workflow.
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