Laboratory Information System
ICD-10 ready
Sunquest_Logo pmsSunquest Laboratory, a laboratory information system from Sunquest, Tucson, Ariz, streamlines end user functions to decrease specimen-handling time, increase productivity, and improve turnaround times. With more than 2,000 application interfaces and 11,000 instrument interfaces, the system is compatible with other hospital information systems and Sunquest solutions. Sunquest Laboratory is meaningful use stage 1 certified and offers modules to meet several core and menu requirements of stage 2. ICD-10 ready, the tool supports both ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes, and includes integrated, method-specific LOINC capability for resulting, reporting, and filing LOINC inpatient records.
(520) 570-2000;

Decrease smear review rates
Sysmex_WAM logo & screens 600Designed and developed by Sysmex, Lincolnshire, Ill, Sysmex WAM is a middleware system that brings value to the lab environment by enabling efficiency and increased capacity without increasing staff. Designed to reduce workload, minimize specimen handling, and eliminate processing steps, the system allows technologists to focus on complex and variant results. The system improves specimen management by tracking tubes’ current and final location, while discipline-specific rules enable auto-validation and decrease smear review rates. A single user screen is utilized for result review and manual differential and morphological observations. WAM interfaces to homegrown systems as well as to laboratory information systems from single or multiple vendors, and can connect any combination of integrated health networks and regional labs, core and reference labs, hospital labs, patient care centers and clinics, or specialty centers such as oncology, pediatric, or dialysis labs.
(800) 379-7639;

Clinical Lab Analytics Solution
Targeted reports and dashboards
Viewics Wide Screen Computer MonitorViewics Health Insighter (VHI) from Viewics, Sunnyvale, Calif, is a data platform and analytics solution that alters the way clinical laboratories and pathology groups utilize data to increase profits and improve quality. VHI provides targeted reports and dashboards, offering laboratory administrators and clinicians immediate insights into their workload, productivity, and quality. Designed to help clinical labs monitor client and physician performance, visualize test costs and turnaround times, and optimize staffing, VHI is a software-as-a-service product that delivers continual updates based on the needs of the clinical laboratory market.
(415) 439-0084;

Molecular Information Management Solution
Designed for molecular and cytogenetic laboratories
Psyche Systems_NucleoLIS_Easy Library Build with configurable data columns 800NucleoLIS from Psyche Systems Corp, Milford, Mass, is designed to streamline the diagnostically diverse complexities of molecular testing. Built in collaboration with the company’s molecular and cytogenetic customers, the system offers a fully automated solution for DNA sequencing, florescence in situ hybridization, immunology, karyotyping, and polymerase chain reaction. It is designed to support workflow, deviations, reflexing, and the various reporting requirements of the molecular lab. NucleoLIS enables users to build libraries quickly and easily to support the creation of customizable tables for result reports. The system can also apply automatic logic for range checking and reflex testing, and enables report distribution via outreach or secure email.
Psyche Systems Corp
(800) 345-1514;

Laboratory Information Management System
Ensure compliance with standard operating procedures
GenoLogics_sample-identification-data-integrity 800The Clarity laboratory information management system from GenoLogics, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, is designed to maintain sample identification and data integrity while ensuring compliance with a quality management program and standard operating procedures. Features include data entry enforcement; configurable electronic signatures; reagent, controls, and lot tracking; automated data parsing and pass/fail calls; complete sample histories; and a detailed, human-readable audit trail. The system can be used to implement a quality management program, reduce turnaround time for samples, prevent costly errors, and aid organizations in meeting compliance standards for regulations such as the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
(866) 457-5467;

Laboratory Information System
Built on an Oracle database
CompuGroup_Merged_bkgd Art_1-2 400The LabDaq laboratory information system from CompuGroup Medical, Phoenix, offers rules-based decision support and automated processes that can optimize workflow, improve regulatory compliance, increase reimbursement, and minimize errors. Built on an Oracle database, the system is HIPAA-compliant and includes a special quality module that simplifies compliance and laboratory inspections. In addition, CGM LabDaq integrates with a wide variety of EHR, billing, and reference lab interfaces, supporting meaningful use efforts and simplifying the processes required for data exchange. Key features include order routing rules, medical necessity checking, billing interfaces, and an advanced data mining tool to improve patient outcomes and enable more informed business decisions.
CompuGroup Medical
(855) 270-6700;

Tissue Image Analysis Solution
Consistent data from tissue-based assays
Definiens_bitmap_rgb_rev 300Tissue Studio from Definiens, Carlsbad, Calif, is a software system designed for biomarker and morphological profiling of tissue samples in research applications. By overcoming inherent biological and staining variability, Tissue Studio accurately detects regions of interest and distinguishes cell types and cell subtypes within target regions across tissue slides. It also determines morphology and expression profiles according to individual cell or cell compartment. The system supports applications for single or multiplexed immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, and in situ hybridization in the areas of oncology, immunology, angiogenesis, metabolic disorders, toxicology, and others. Features include customizable configurations and add-ons for interactive data review, quality control, and data mining, as well as the ability to create customized image analysis solutions within 20 minutes. For research use only.
(760) 893-8900;

Stain Ordering Tracking Software
Real-time viewing of placed orders
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NovoPath LiveView for Pending Stains from NovoPath, Princeton, NJ, is designed to facilitate labs’ use of electronic ordering for stains and special requests. Customizable according to user preference, the system enables faster and more accurate tracking of lab requests and provides filter options, including date, case type, ordering pathologist, and specific stains, requests, or additional test orders. NovoPath LiveView can improve technologist efficiency with features such as “one-click” marking of completed batches, real-time viewing of placed orders after refresh, and export-to-Excel capability. By automatically receiving histology orders in the lab as pathologists order them electronically, the system eliminates the need for manual tracking. The system also helps manage turnaround times by capturing the date and time of each order and displaying the most recent orders color-coded at the top of the worklist.
(877) 668-6123;

Population Analytics Tool
Makes data accessible to all stakeholders
GenoSpace Population Analytics (updated) 800GenoSpace Population Analytics gateways from GenoSpace, Cambridge, Mass, integrate a variety of demographic, genomic, low-dimensional assay, treatment, and outcomes information. These white-labeled online gateways provide advanced analytical, visualization, and collaboration tools in a format that is accessible to all stakeholders seeking to improve patient care, including scientists, clinicians, and industry experts. Key elements include secure, cloud-based storage of large, complex genomic data; integration of new and existing clinical, laboratory, and genomic information; population stratification and biomarker discovery; analytical tools and visualization across patient populations; collaboration tools across different organizations, groups, and geographies; and clinical trial simulation based on current and historical patient volumes.
(617) 520-4182;

Laboratory Information System
Performs all CLIA-required data functions
Schuyler House_5_Patient Screen_large 600The SchuyLab laboratory information system from Schuyler House, Valencia, Calif, coordinates all of the work done in the laboratory, including interfacing with instruments, producing worksheets for bench work, and monitoring quality control. SchuyLab also acts as laboratory record storage, performing delta checks of current data against prior results, and letting users print management reports indicating how many tests the lab has performed. The system transmits results directly to electronic medical records and hospital information systems, and performs all CLIA-required data functions. An intuitive graphical user interface allows experienced users to perform tasks quickly and efficiently, while minimizing training time for new users. SchuyLab Pro has additional capabilities crafted specifically for large laboratories.
Schuyler House
(800) 706-0266;