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New Version Of Misys Laboratory Reduces Lab Errors and Improve Efficiency

Misys Healthcare Systems, now have an enhanced version of Misys Laboratory®, a high-performance information system designed to meet all laboratory patient care and workflow needs. The integrated solution provides support through the entire laboratory procedural process – from specimen collection to results delivery – enabling laboratory technicians to effectively manage data across the entire diagnostic enterprise and the hospital to improve revenue potential via a strong outreach application.

Ranked as the ‘Top Laboratory Solution’ by KLAS Enterprises for the past two years, Misys Laboratory is a configurable laboratory system offering integration across clinical disciplines to enable the creation of an enterprise-wide longitudinal lab record, collaboration with other installed solutions, interfaces to all major instruments and HIS/enterprise vendors, robust patient report documentation and a wide range of tools that assist in regulatory compliance. Additionally, Misys Laboratory 6.2 includes comprehensive business intelligence tools, with reports for patient data analysis, as well as client problem tracking to provide personalized service to physicians and primary caregivers.

The release of Misys Laboratory 6.2 includes a long list of enhancements, all determined in conjunction with current Misys client advisors or designed to meet regulatory requirements. Updates are included in areas of the product dedicated to Outreach, Microbiology, Blood Bank, Blood Donor and Specimen Management, Routing & Tracking (SMART), in addition to the general Lab application.


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Posted: July 13, 2006
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