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Figure 1: Consolidated flow model. APLIS = anatomic pathology laboratory information system; BD = breakdown; EMR = electronic medical record; IHC = immunohistochemistry. The consolidated flow model documents the flow of information and artifacts between all users involved in the AP workflow. As shown, the pathologist is the main user in the AP workflow. Circles represent individuals and/or well-defined user groups; rectangles represent information sources and artifacts and items of communication. Sections of the AP workflow that are not part of the routine sign-out workflow are indicated (orange). Breakdowns in the flow of information or artifacts are indicated in parenthesis (red)

Figure 1: Consolidated flow model. APLIS = anatomic pathology laboratory information system; BD = breakdown; EMR = electronic medical record; IHC = immunohistochemistry. The consolidated flow model documents the flow of information and artifacts between all users involved in the AP workflow. As shown, the pathologist is the main user in the AP workflow. Circles represent individuals and/or well-defined user groups; rectangles represent information sources and artifacts and items of communication. Sections of the AP workflow that are not part of the routine sign-out workflow are indicated (orange). Breakdowns in the flow of information or artifacts are indicated in parenthesis (red)