Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology have clearly been busy innovating and redefining the way in which clinicians and pathologists interact as they bring to market three exciting technology based products.
SonicEdu is the digital version of the Sonic Pathology Handbook — a practical, in-depth reference that has been developed to assist Australian doctors in their day-to-day clinical practice.
Written by 65 Sonic Healthcare pathologists, the handbook provides information on more than 900 pathology topics, and reflects a deep, collective knowledge across all areas of pathology, including specific, high-level expertise in a broad-range of subspecialties.
Importantly, the handbook has been written by Australian pathologists for Australian doctors, making it a unique resource within our medical community. The digital versions contain up-to-date information, giving you immediate access to the latest test information and position statements. The digital versions are available on IOS and Android platforms and on desktop PCs through the Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology website.
Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology have also released the much-anticipated pathology results app – Sonic Dx.
Sonic Dx is a feature-rich app that is intuitive and easy to use. It has been developed in close consultation with clinicians and pathologists to provide you with quick access to your patient results, when and where you need them. It also has enhanced functionality that allows you to track specific patients and securely email results directly to a colleague or patient.
Sonic Dx replaces Webster Mobile and Webster desktop will be transitioned to Sonic Dx over the next few months.
All these products and other innovations can be found on Sullivan Nicolaides’ website which includes easy access for doctors and patients to information relevant to them. There are also easy navigation icons for Sonic Genetics, Sonic Dx, Surgical Skin Audit, Pathology Handbook and Collection Centres. Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology have even provided clinicians with a library of education videos from their pathologists.