Pathman

ALL RESULTS NORMALIZED FOR RAPID REFERENCE OF VALUES AND TRENDING

ONE CENTIBLICK REPORT
Point of Care Testing 
Hospital Lab Testing 
Home Testing 
Bringing all results into 
Harmony from 
Home to Hospital 

NORMALIZATION OF ALL MEDICAL INFORMATION 
 One format 
 One scale for physicians & patients 
 One report 
 Secure IT Solutions 
 HIPPA Complaint 
 Real-time reporting 
 Mobile devices 
 Graphic clusters and trending 
 Drill down features for raw data 
 Wireless 
 Web based Cloud Computing 
 Data filtering 
 Disease states & tracking 
 Touch & scroll features 
 HL7 compatible

Percentile Scale 0=100 
 Low end of the reference range: 0=L 
 High end of the reference range: 100=H 
 The raw result: R, e.g. 0.43 ng/ml  These data elements are already being transmitted with each patient lab result 
No extra data elements needed for CentiBlick Scale! 

OTHER APPLICATION OF CENTIBLICK SCALE: 
 In lab Patient Result Review by pathologists and laboratory technologists…POC testing and Core lab 
 Quality Control Review 
 Reporting of “Deltas” for laboratory review, physician protocols, and critical values. 
The CentiBlick Scale has many other applications….even in the non-healthcare industry! 

OTHER LABORATORY APPLICATIONS OF CENTIBLICK SCALE: 
 Technologist and Pathologist review of patient data on middleware (e.g. RALS) and LIS… required by CAP/CLIA: POC testing and Core Lab testing  Daily, weekly and monthly Quality Control Review using mean, + 2 SD, - 2 SD as: R, L and H respectively. This application would include graphic user interface with drill down and allow paperless review on mobile devices. CentiBlick Scale and Quality Control Review! Potentially Eliminating the need for the LJ Plot. 

“DELTAS” AS A LAB RESULTS FROM “0” 
 Deltas should be reported graphically and pivot around the “0” on the CentiBlick Scale 
 Deltas should have a 0 and 100 cutoff like other lab results. 
 Deltas should be displayed graphically using a flat bar and colors for abnormal and critical results. 
Making sense of current lab results in the context of a previous result on the same analyte!