*A method is needed to clarify the ideal strategy for handling a large amount of genomic results, specifically to describe what things you looked at and didn't touch. *This was a finding from the Sync for Genes Phase 2 Pilot sites that particpated in the January 2019 Connectathon.
There is a need to determine how to describe what test was done. Need to know what was investigated in the first place. What was targeted vs. what was interrogated. Both are recorded as part of the test documentation (unstructured narrative). Should representation of what was interrogated be structured. If you have a large panel would you want to send structured information in the report?