Clinical Laboratory Services
Containing or transmitting information is one thing, however computing the data should be the end-goal. Allow us to demonstrate how we can manipulate the information in ways that make a difference for patients. For example: A qualified offering not only keeps a secure record of a patient's stats, medications or allergies, it also automatically monitors for concerns whenever a new medication is prescribed and alerts the clinician to potential conflicts.

Information gathered by a primary care provider and recorded into any system to accurately tell a clinician in the emergency department about a patient's life-threatening allergy, and emergency staff can adjust care appropriately, even if the patient is unconscious. The key is integrating the many systems and platforms and allowing that access to be seen through our easy to use one click viewer

Diagnostic laboratory testing is undergoing a similar transformation. Complex, non-urgent tests are performed in core laboratories or in reference sites; routine, acute diagnostic tests are performed in core laboratories or in satellite hospital facilities; and POCT is performed in outpatient clinics, physician office laboratories, retail clinics, and in patient homes. Patients are seeking treatment at local physician offices and retail clinics at a higher rate than ever before. With the focus on providing cost-effective, timely medical care for ambulatory patients, POC laboratory testing has become one of the fastest areas of growth in the medical field, with the number of tests increasing at an estimated 10% to 12% annually. The creation of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) placed a renewed emphasis on primary care and made a commitment to patient-centered care. POCT can support PCMHs in their efforts. As change evolves, the importance of seamless integration of data is at the core of the solution.

Our infrastructure includes sophisticated tools that guarantee data extraction, identification of delta changes, and delivery of data with monitoring and alerts. Your company can now focus on patient-centered solutions including analytics, revenue management, impacts of intervention, and patient registries ultimately leading to reduced costs.
  • Improve access to care
  • Improve patient experiences
  • Improve care quality
  • Enhance disease understanding and awareness by the patient

The EHRbox solution can expose potential safety problems as they occur, helping providers avoid more serious consequences for patients and leading to better patient outcomes. The offering can help providers quickly and systematically identify and correct operational problems. In a paper-based setting, identifying such problems is much more difficult, and correcting them can take years.