Pathology reports for ASCs
Check how your level of quality and patient statistics compare to our large database of pathology results. InformDx provides quarterly pathology reports to ASCs with a clean layout and formatting for at-a-glance analysis of your pathology trends.
- Quality tracking is required by accrediting agencies such as Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC)
- Quarterly reports from Inform Diagnostics also are useful to ASCs in their coordination with insurance plans and payors
- Quarterly reports from Inform Diagnostics also help ASCs understand trends in their referring physicians
Included in Quarterly Reports
Delivering value with quarterly pathology reports
The InformDx team continually strives to create informative and useful quarterly reports for ASC administration and analysis. Our Quarterly Pathology Reports include:
- Diagnostic Summary Report
An in-depth analysis of your center’s surgical pathology specimens and diagnoses. Learn more below.
- Adenoma Detection Report
Get help calculating your Adenoma Detection Rate. The Inform Diagnostics report provides the numerator and you provide the denominator.
- Cancer Report
Listing all malignant diagnoses.
- Month-by-month breakout
Lists your specimen count by type, including a quarterly average of specimens taken per patient.
- Pathology Volume Report by Physician
Displays physician volume.
- Most Frequent Cases
Displays the top 25 referring physicians whose patient cases generated tissue that was submitted to Inform Diagnostics.
- Pathology Turnaround Time Report
Presents the variables that contribute to a case exceeding the routine turnaround time. The report includes items designated as internal (Inform Diagnostics) and external (your center).
Diagnostic Summary Report
A quarterly summary for all your patients
InformDx’s Diagnostic Summary Report is a quarterly summary of diagnoses rendered for patients at your center along with those from Inform Diagnostics’ large national database. The report details both numbers and percentages of major gastrointestinal (GI) diseases, such as Barrett’s esophagus (with and without dysplasia) and subtypes of colonic polyps.
Contact Inform Diagnostics Client Services for more information on these valuable reports.