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Orchard® Pathology

Orchard Pathology
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Thank you for your interest in learning more about the all-inclusive CP/AP system—Orchard® Pathology.  If you would like, you may submit a specific request for more information, or feel free to review the information and additional links below.

Orchard Pathology is an all-inclusive CP/AP system. Our comprehensive pathology information system is designed to meet the current and future trends in pathology and handle the complexities of clinical, molecular, and pathology testing and reporting. Orchard Pathology can be used as a stand-alone system for anatomic pathology testing or as a complete system that include clinical and molecular testing. The shared database used by these systems provides access to the patient’s entire history and enables the consolidation of clinical results to the cytology or pathology report.

Image management tools make it easy to link digital images, annotated diagrams, and scanned documents to case worksheets and incorporate them onto patient reports. Information on each report is stored in discrete data fields that enhance EMR integration and simplify the process to mine data for evaluations, correlation studies, and quality assurance, as well as regulatory, statistical, and many other management reports. For more information, visit the Orchard Pathology page or the links below.

CAP Today February 2011

“All for one—unifying CP and AP data”

Is there such a thing as “true” integration of CP and AP data? Is integration compatible with information systems that are “best of breed”? These questions are part of the debate facing anatomic pathology laboratories and their decision for implementing diagnostic information systems. Orchard Pathology, a system featuring a unified CP/AP database, was featured as a leader in the industry due to the system’s unique and advanced design. In this CAP Today article, the author provides insight on the issues facing anatomic pathology laboratories and their lab systems and how systems with a unified database for both clinical and anatomic pathology are the future.

CAP Today February 2011“Unified AP/LIS— ‘one system, with one database’”

Laboratories have traditionally believed that there is no diagnostic information system available that combines their anatomic and clinic pathology data into one patient file. However, there is at least one product that breaks that stereotype: Orchard Pathology. Orchard’s pathology information system simplifies the complexities of integrated diagnostics and reporting. This article in CAP Today provides more details on the product’s features that explain its quick rise to be a leader in the industry.