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Synoptic Reporting: Evidence-Based Review and Future Directions

Synoptic Reporting: Evidence-Based Review and Future Directions review article Synoptic Reporting: Evidence-Based Review and Future Directions INTRODUCTION structured reporting. The final product includes discrete data embedded in laboratory informa- Synoptic reporting is a process for reporting tion systems (LISs) and structured messaging/ specific data elements in a specific format in 10,11 data exchange standards (level 6). surgical pathology reports. Previously, surgical Synoptic reporting has many different conno- pathology reports were free text, highly narrative, tations, which depend on the stakeholder. For and prone to omission of necessary data and 1 practicing pathologists, synoptic reporting refers inconsistencies in formatting. Synoptic report- to specific elements in the cancer protocols ing not only ensures that all reports contain all and a specific format required by the CAP LAP necessary data elements, but also is amenable checklist. For clinicians, synoptic reporting pro- to scalable data capture, interoperability, and 2 vides a checklist that ensures completeness of exchange. Efforts are ongoing to create national 3-7 reported data elements. For registrars, research- and international health care meaningful use ers, and data scientists, synoptic reporting standards by using cancer registries and health denotes a means to populate structured data- information exchanges for storing and accessing bases. Although substantial overlap exists, the data. Ideally, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics Wolters Kluwer Health

Synoptic Reporting: Evidence-Based Review and Future Directions

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Publisher
Wolters Kluwer Health
Copyright
(C) 2018 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
ISSN
2473-4276
DOI
10.1200/CCI.17.00088
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Abstract

review article Synoptic Reporting: Evidence-Based Review and Future Directions INTRODUCTION structured reporting. The final product includes discrete data embedded in laboratory informa- Synoptic reporting is a process for reporting tion systems (LISs) and structured messaging/ specific data elements in a specific format in 10,11 data exchange standards (level 6). surgical pathology reports. Previously, surgical Synoptic reporting has many different conno- pathology reports were free text, highly narrative, tations, which depend on the stakeholder. For and prone to omission of necessary data and 1 practicing pathologists, synoptic reporting refers inconsistencies in formatting. Synoptic report- to specific elements in the cancer protocols ing not only ensures that all reports contain all and a specific format required by the CAP LAP necessary data elements, but also is amenable checklist. For clinicians, synoptic reporting pro- to scalable data capture, interoperability, and 2 vides a checklist that ensures completeness of exchange. Efforts are ongoing to create national 3-7 reported data elements. For registrars, research- and international health care meaningful use ers, and data scientists, synoptic reporting standards by using cancer registries and health denotes a means to populate structured data- information exchanges for storing and accessing bases. Although substantial overlap exists, the data. Ideally,

Journal

JCO Clinical Cancer InformaticsWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Mar 7, 2018

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