The Ikonopedia breast history questionnaire is designed with patients in mind.
Patients will find the questionnaire easy-to-see and use and they will appreciate that
they no longer have to completely reenter the same answers at every visit.
The questionnaire uses large fonts and we limit the number of questions to only a
few on each page for a pleasing user experience. We have also carefully
designed and organized the questionnaire to minimized the amount of typing.
Runs on All Modern Devices
Patients can fill out the questionnaire on a tablet or any modern device or tablet including Windows® and Macintosh®.
Customizable Questions in Multiple Languages
Ikonopedia provides a convenient base set of questions as a
starting place that can be customized as needed. We also support multiple languages and are adding more languages
Answers are always displayed in english for the Radiologist and Technologist and we can brand the questionnaire with your own logo.
Automated letters in Multiple Languages
Our patient communication system adjusts automatically to produce personalized letters in multiple languages based on
questionnaire answers, BI-RADS® category, breast density, risk-score,
gender and government mandated language.
We can start with a base set of letters and customize them to fit
your practice. We can also add your company logo and
signatures for each radiologist.
Risk Assessment Tools
Ikonopedia provides a full risk assessment section in the questionnaire including Tyrer-Cuzick
and NCI/Gail risk assessment algorithms. Data from the risk tools is used to create alerts
for the radiologist, populate the clinical section of the report, and automatically update
the patient letter explaining the risks associated with dense breast tissue.
A high-risk patient alert will flash on the screen for patients with a 20% or greater lifetime
risk and information about the score is instantly viewable.
Risk Assessment On-Line
Ikonopedia hosts the first-ever web-based Version of Tyrer-Cuzick Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool.
You can visit the online risk-assessment here.
This risk assessment tool was developed by scientists at the Wolfson Institute of Preventive
Medicine, Queen Mary University of London and is provided for non-commercial research purposes
only. Commercial use requires a license, for further information contact:
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