Based on data from nearly 100,000 pediatric procedures, the CORI² endoscopy software's new pediatrics module is leading the way in patient-focused quality management, gastrointestinal endoscopy and therapeutic endoscopy software solutions

CORI² Endoscopy Software Offers New Pediatrics Module Based on Data From Nearly 100,000 Pediatric Procedures

Building on an unprecedented level of clinical data as well as the direct feedback of doctors from around the world, the Clinical Outcomes Reporting Informatics (CORI2) software offers a one-of-a-kind module designed specifically with pediatric patients in mind. Featuring over 20 unique pediatric enhancements, the CORI2 software is leading the way in patient-focused quality management software.

“Pediatric endoscopy can present a number of unique challenges,” says Dr. Douglas Fishman, Director, Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Therapeutic Endoscopy at Texas Children’s Hospital. “Emerging technologies such as the CORI2 pediatrics module are essential for identifying and implementing safe and effective best practices.”

Recognizing that children are not just small adults, the CORI2pediatrics module was designed to address the specific needs of younger patients. The pediatrics module incorporates several features and enhancements to address these requirements, including:

  • Pediatric-specific data fields and queries
  • Enhanced allergies section
  • Expansion of medical history section
  • Addition of Aronchick Grading Scale for bowel preparation

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About CORI²
The team at CORI² is a group of world–class researchers and clinicians working side-by-side with quality management, usability and business professionals to create a comprehensive quality management tool specifically for endoscopy. Recognizing that meaningful quality improvement is data driven, the team at CORI² delivers a system that makes the data management process more accurate, efficient and easy to use. CORI² gets the right data in the right hands at the right time, all for the purpose of improving patient outcomes. Learn more at