Electronic synoptic operative reporting: assessing the reliability and completeness of synoptic reports for pancreatic resection.

@article{Park2010ElectronicSO,
  title={Electronic synoptic operative reporting: assessing the reliability and completeness of synoptic reports for pancreatic resection.},
  author={Jason Park and Venu G Pillarisetty and Murray F. Brennan and William R. Jarnagin and Michael Ian D'Angelica and Ronald P. DeMatteo and Daniel G Coit and Maria Janakos and Peter J. Allen},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Surgeons},
  year={2010},
  volume={211 3},
  pages={308-15}
}
BACKGROUND Electronic synoptic operative reports (E-SORs) have replaced dictated reports at many institutions, but whether E-SORs adequately document the components and findings of an operation has received limited study. This study assessed the reliability and completeness of E-SORs for pancreatic surgery developed at our institution. STUDY DESIGN An attending surgeon and surgical fellow prospectively and independently completed an E-SOR after each of 112 major pancreatic resections (78… CONTINUE READING
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