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NovoPath announces the addition of NovoPath ExpressReports to its anatomic pathology laboratory information system (APLIS).

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

NovoPath announces the addition of NovoPath ExpressReports to its anatomic pathology laboratory information system (APLIS), a new time-saving feature that speeds report generation by as much as 90% compared to conventional systems. NovoPath ExpressReports features industry leading graphic capabilities including organ maps and graphs, which display at the same new accelerated speed.

Workflow efficiency is crucial to success in today's time-pressed anatomic pathology lab, notes Rick Callahan, vice president of sales and marketing for NovoPath. Typically, pathologists experience a significant waiting period of anywhere from 3 to 10 seconds when opening a pathology report for review or sign out depending on graphic content. This time delay quickly adds up in a busy lab where a pathologist may review a hundred or more reports in a day. NovoPath ExpressReports offers a speedy alternative regardless of the diagrams and other graphic content included.

Callahan points out that NovoPath reports include graphic capabilities that are advanced and precise. Labs can rely on NovoPath to include tables, diagrams and charts and to appear exactly as intended. By contrast, many competing systems cannot ensure proper alignment of headings and table text or generate tables at all.

New NovoPath ExpressReports complements a full range of existing NovoPath APLIS time-saving reporting features. This includes One-Click Preview for speedy verification of text-only versions of patient reports. Documents typically display in less than one second, and pathologists can sign out cases in preview mode without waiting for full formatting to take place. With NovoPath, pathologists can also directly edit and authorize changes to reports in either the preview or full-format mode. Additionally, sign out can be easily accomplished with a single click.

NovoPath is designed based on a deep understanding of anatomic pathology workflow and offers a broad range of flexible features that help pathologists and labs function efficiently, adds Callahan. He notes that this also includes a full range of highly customizable report templates and automated report distribution through mobile apps and electronic interfaces.

To experience the benefits of NovoPath firsthand, visit http://www.NovoPath.com and request a complimentary demonstration. Existing clients are invited to find out more about ExpressReports at NovoPath's upcoming webinar by registering at http://www.NovoPath.com/pages/support/signup.aspx.

About NovoPath
NovoPath, Inc. develops and markets software solutions for the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory market segment that includes local, regional, national, and in-house laboratories as well as community and university teaching hospitals and medical centers. Since the release of its flagship product in 1999, NovoPath, Inc. has focused exclusively on Anatomic Pathology. NovoPath's mission is to provide unique and unparalleled solutions and services to all aspects of the Anatomic Pathology sector in a way that improves workflow, reduces the probability of human error, ensures results accuracy for greater patient safety, protects patient confidentiality, and above all, produces more precise and informative diagnostic outcomes. More information is available at http://www.NovoPath.com.

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