RE: [Histonet] Faxing of Pathology Reports[Scanned]

From:Kemlo Rogerson

Maybe it's wise to make sure that the FAX you are sending goes to a secure
machine by whatever means. Cleaners and others may take interest in a result
on their mate(s); get a disclaimer from the recipient accepting
responsibility for the secureness of their telecommunication system and file

Plus I think you have a responsibility to send to the correct FAX and to
record that. 

-----Original Message-----
From: O'Brien, Sue [] 
Sent: 19 January 2005 17:10
Subject: [Histonet] Faxing of Pathology Reports[Scanned]

I am looking into how many institutions utilize fax or auto-fax to deliver
pathology reports as a method of report delivery. If you do utilize faxing,
which service? (e.g. direct fax to physician office, auto-fax, fax via
pre-set code in the fax machine, etc). Also, how much of your pathology
reports are faxed this way? (e.g.  All, Only STAT's, etc.). Thank-you for
taking the time to respond,

Sue O'Brien, Histology Supervisor

Burdette Tomlin Memorial Hospital

Cape May Court House, NJ  08210


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