Re: RE: Computer systems

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From:Patricia Karlisch <>,,
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  Would you let me know how that works too. I would be interested for some of our pathologists who spend so much time on the computer and are tied to their offices.  Pat Karlisch

>>> "Nocito, Joseph" <> 06/28 2:50 PM >>>
I'm starting a private lab with the same doctors that work here. We have to
purchase another software system from what the hospital uses, the doctors
are thinking going to laptops for the new system, so they can carry the
computers around.  Not ideal and I don't know how this will work.  I'll keep
you updated.

Joe Nocito, B.S., HT(ASCP)QIHC
Histology Supervisor
Christus Santa Rosa Hospitals
San Antonio, Texas 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	George, Cheryl [] 
> Sent:	Wednesday, June 28, 2000 8:11 AM
> To:	'' 
> Subject:	Computer systems
> Hi out there,
> I'm wondering if anyone is in the same boat and what you do.  We are
> currently de-merging with another community hospital but the same group of
> pathologists will be doing the surgicals for both sites.  However, due to
> regulations, we cannot interface the two AP systems (so that the Drs have
> patient history).  Is anyone else in a similar situation (where one group
> of
> pathologists covers multiple hospitals that are not affiliated) and how do
> you handle this problem?
> Thanks for any responses!
> Cheryl George, HT (ASCP)
> Histology/Cytology Supervisor
> (603)663-2686

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