pathologic anatomy

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pathologic anatomy

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(pathology)
The study of structural changes caused by disease. Also known as morbid anatomy.
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Differentiate between the anatomic pathology diagnostic errors of accuracy and precision.
This article presents a use for the IHE methodology in the anatomic pathology domain to more fully integrate anatomic pathology laboratories into the electronic health care environment.
5 million anatomic pathology cases and reports were taken from our legacy system and converted into electronic files in the CoPathPlus database.
The Atlas Anatomic Pathology module extends the benefits of clean electronic orders to the clinical pathology laboratory," states Julie Pantalone, Vice President of Sales for Atlas Medical.
develops and markets software solutions for the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory market segment that includes local, regional, national, and in-house laboratories as well as community and university teaching hospitals and medical centers.
following his success in using the system at one of the industry's largest independent anatomic pathology labs, and expects the program to more than pay for itself by the end of the first year.
We are quickly approaching a tipping point with regard to sub-specialty Anatomic Pathology laboratories," said Dr.
Leica Biosystems, is a global leader in anatomic pathology workflow solutions and automation, striving to advance cancer diagnostics to improve patients' lives.
This legislation encompasses the findings of a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) Report to Congress, examining self-referral practices within Medicare for anatomic pathology services, which play a critical role in the diagnosis of many conditions, such as cancer.
Introduction of the "Promoting Integrity in Medicare Act" comes just two weeks after the Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued its report, "Action Needed to Address Higher Use of Anatomic Pathology Services by Providers who Self-Refer," which found that self referral of anatomic pathology and the other services included in the bill cost Medicare billions.
His is the first academic center devoted exclusively to research related to anatomic pathology practice, services and quality improvement.
WASHINGTON, July 16, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Clinical Laboratory Association (ACLA) applauds the release of the new Government Accountability Office (GAO) Report to Congress, examining self-referral practices within Medicare for anatomic pathology services.