Pathology reporting added to Ikonopedia structured reporting toolkit

By Staff News Brief

Ikonopedia has added an automated, closed loop resolution manager with integrated pathology reporting to its breast radiology reporting and patient tracking system. The system, which includes structured breast reporting and risk assessment tools, automatically tracks and monitors patients throughout the breast imaging process. It is designed to improve reporting efficiency and to optimize facility operations.

The Richardson, TX company introduced the new Resolution Manager at the RSNA 2018 annual meeting. It resolves pathology results with associated BIRADS 4 or 5 diagnostic examinations. It provides automatic notification to a women’s imaging center or radiology department when a patient fails to return for follow-up examinations. This may be especially beneficial for tracking of complex patients who may have multiple findings in different categories of care.

Ikonopedia Analystics provides provides a detailed summary for resolved BI-RADS 4 and 5 exams as well as unresolved exams.  Pathology results can be automatically added to the clinical report, and one or more pathology specimens can be linked to each specific location identified in the corresponding biopsy or imaging exam. This capability closes the loop at the patient level as well as for each individual lesion. Ikonopedia pathology data is up-to-date with the TNM staging amendments by the January 2018 8th Edition of the staging classifications for breast tumors by The American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC), according to the company.

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Pathology reporting added to Ikonopedia structured reporting toolkit.  Appl Radiol. 

By Staff News Brief| December 11, 2018

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