More than 1,000 women will soon find out the results of a review of smear tests by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Patient support group 221+ says a package of advance information will be arriving with the women involved this week.
It will outline a number of options from which each woman can choose how they wish to receive their report.
The detailed reporting of results to each woman will then begin next week, with a number of options available to women in terms of how they'll receive the results.
221+ says their services will be "immediately available" to any women whose slides are reported as discordant in the review.
Lorraine Walsh - patient advocate and 221+ member - explained that the HSE has a helpline set up for the women affected ahead of the results being released.
She said: "I think this is a really welcome process, in that they are going to give the women as to whether they want to sit down with a clinician face-to-face and hear the news that way... or if they'd like to be written to and told in a letter.
"There are five different options altogether."
She added: "It's about giving women the choice, empowering women, and letting them choose what the most appropriate option is for them personally.
"They are listening to us - they are listening to the women of Ireland. They're letting us choose what's most appropriate for us, rather than telling us what they think is most appropriate."
The dedicated HSE helpline is available on Freefone 1800 832191.
The RCOG review was announced in May 2018, and is aimed at offering women "independent clinical assurance about the timing of their diagnosis and treatment".
According to the HSE, the RCOG expert panel will "endeavour to determine, wherever possible, any failures to prevent cancer or to intervene at an earlier stage".
Women will receive individual summary reports, which will set out the facts and offer an independent assessment of the facts.