RE: Order Entry -Reply

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From:Jeff and Wanda Gray <jefwan@InfoAve.Net>
To:Weems Joyce <>, 'Janice Mahoney' <>,,
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Hello all,
Used the new CoPath at the last job, and loved it.  Have Cerner at the new
job and it is a big step backwards (my opinion, not that of the current
employer etc, etc).   New CoPath is windows based, does all the workload
recording, does everything but wash the used glassware, as far as I'm
The Cerner system is DOS based (at least the one we use), you have to
manually go out of a screen, to the main menu, every single time you want to
do something else, like make a label after ordering a test.  With CoPath, it
at least throws you a "pick the next option" screen, so you don't have to go
out, come back in, over and over and over.
Just my two cents, any one wants more opinions from me,(not my employer or
its agents) feel free to contact me.
Wanda Shotsberger Gray HT (ASCP)
-----Original Message-----
From: Weems Joyce []
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2000 6:05 PM
To: 'Janice Mahoney';;
Subject: RE: Order Entry -Reply

I don't know about the new Copath - but Cerner is definitely as well geared
to AP as Sunquest was. Good luck!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Janice Mahoney []
> Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2000 2:51 PM
> To:;
> Subject:      RE: Order Entry -Reply
> Hello,
> While we're on the subject of accessioning, I have a question.  We're in
> the process of choosing a new LIS.  We're down to two systems, Sunquest
> and Cerner.  Does anyone out there have a good feel for  how the two
> compair as far as ordering and accessioning AP specimens goes?  Which is
> faster with less key strokes?
> Thanks for any input.
> Jan Mahoney

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