Sonic Dx is a revolution in pathology result reporting, providing doctors with the ability to securely look-up results from their desktop or mobile devices. The feature-rich interface includes sharing results, ordering new tests, creating folders and lists of special patients, and the ability to look up and chart previous results.
Sonic Dx's clean design and intuitive navigation allows you to easily retrieve and interpret your patients' results.
View tabular and graphical cumulative results, and easily search earlier patient episodes.
Provide your colleagues or patients with securely transmitted pathology reports. Simply enter their email address, a PIN number and their mobile phone number (optional) into your handheld device. An email will be sent to them with a link to their PDF report, providing secure and simple downloading.
Seamlessly move from Sonic Dx to SonicEdu on your desktop and mobile devices. SonicEdu is the online version of the popular Sonic Pathology Handbook — a practical, in-depth reference to over 900 pathology tests, developed to assist Australian doctors in their clinical practice.
Search using one or a variety of different criteria, including convenient shorthand date ranges (e.g. key 30 for ‘last 30 days’).
Instantly filter the patients in your in-tray by changing your location when you arrive at a different clinic, hospital, nursing home, etc. You can also filter your results by time, urgency, etc.
Automatic lock-out after 5 minutes of inaction to protect sensitive data. Simple re-entry via your chosen 4-digit PIN-code (mobile) or password (desktop).
View or download a table of all patients who have had specific tests or groups of tests over a defined period of time, e.g. INR or HbA1c (only available on desktop).
Create your own personally defined folders to easily retrieve specific patients or results. Choose between ‘Patient’ folders that always store that patient’s latest results (e.g. Diabetics or Company XYZ Staff), or ‘Report’ folders that store specific episodes (e.g. Interesting Episodes).
Nominate patients to be added to your Watched list, and include your own brief note about why they are being monitored. These patients will be listed in blue in your in-tray every time their results appear, so they can be easily identified. Watched patients could include people with a specific condition who are being closely monitored, or cases in which you have a special interest or obligation.
Additional tests on existing specimens* can be ordered electronically up to 5 days after collection, saving the time and inconvenience involved with collection of a second sample. (*If sufficient specimen remains in a suitable tube.)
^Electronic requesting of tests may not be available at all labs