The Clinical Informatics development team of the Yale Pathology Informatics Program develops software for clinical use, with a focus on improving anatomic pathology workflow and patient safety.The software is developed as web-based applications, and integrates to varying degrees with our departments anatomic pathology laboratory information system, CoPath.
The unit does not directly provide diagnostic services.
Professor of Pathology and of Ophthalmology and Visual Science
Vice Chair Pathology
Director, Anatomic Pathology
Director, Pathology Informatics
Research Interests:Medical informatics
Clinical Interests:ophthalmic pathology; general surgical pathology; autopsy pathology; tumor pathology; pathology informatics
Research Scientist in Pathology
Associate Director, Pathology Informatics
Research Interests:Pathology Informatics; Medical Informatics; Information Retrieval; Electronic Interfaces;Web Services;
Abstracts from Meetings
Sinard, J., P. Gershkovich, W Freis, A. Daley. (2009) Use of a repetitive task scheduling engine for workflow automation and rare event detection in a clinical environment. [Advancing Practice, Instruction & Innovation through Informatics, 13th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA] Arch. Pathol. Lab Med. 133(7): 1155.
Sinard, J. and P. Gershkovich. (2009) Semi-automated archiving of scanned requisition documents in anatomic pathology. [Advancing Practice, Instruction & Innovation through Informatics, 13th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA] Arch. Pathol. Lab Med. 133(7): 1155.
Gershkovich, P. and J. Sinard. (2010) Integrating digital dictation and anatomic pathology LIS. [Advancing Practice, Instruction & Innovation through Informatics, 14th Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA] Arch. Pathol. Lab Med. 134: 938.
Gershkovich, P. and J.H. Sinard. (2009) Web-based dictation portal for management and integration of digital dictation files into anatomic pathology workflow. [American Medical Informatics Association, 2009 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA]
Sinard, J.H., N. Mutnick, P. Gershkovich (2010) Histology Asset Tracking: Hidden practices and their consequences. [Association of Pathology Informatics, 2010 Annual Meeting, Boston, MA] J. Pathol. Inform. 1(18): 4-5.
Sinard JH, Mattie ME. Overcoming the limitations of integrated clinical digital imaging solutions. Arch. Pathol. Lab Med. 2005 Sep; 129(9): 1118-1126. PMID: 16119983
Lee RH, McClintock DS, Balis UJ, Baron JM, Becich MJ, Beckwith BA, Brodsky VB, Carter AB, Dighe AS, Haghighi M, Hipp JD, Henricks WH, Kim JY, Klepseis VE, Kuo FC, Lane WJ, Levy BP, Onozato ML, Park SL, Sinard JH, Tuthill JM, Gilbertson JR. Pathology Informatics Fellowship Retreats: The use of interactive scenarios and case studies as pathology informatics teaching tools. J. Pathol. Informatics. 2012 Nov; 3: 41. PMID: 23248762
Sinard JH, Gershkovich P. Custom software development for use in a clinical laboratory. J. Pathol. Informatics. 2012 Dec; 3: 44. PMID: 23372985
Pantanowitz L, Sinard JH, Henricks WH, Fatheree LA, Carter AB, Contis L, Beckwith BA, Evans AJ, Otis CN, Lal A, Parwani AV. Validating whole slide imaging for diagnostic purposes in pathology: guideline from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Pathology and Laboratory Quality Center. Arch. Pathol. Lab. Med. 2013 Dec; 137(12): 1710-1722 [EPub 2013 May 1]. PMID: 23634907
Pantanowitz L, Mackinnon AC, Sinard JH. Tracking in Anatomic Pathology. Arch. Pathol. Lab. Med. 2013 Dec; 137(12): 1798-1810 [EPub 2013 May 1]. PMID: 23634908