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Lab Information Systems (LIS) Products

LIS the whole way through Keane has developed a comprehensive laboratory information

system for healthcare organizations in search of a fl exible, easy-to- use system that manages specimen data from requisition to fi nal patient report. The solution provides full information system sup- port for activities in chemistry, hematology, coagulation, serology, urinalysis, administration and laboratory management. Microbiol- ogy is included with the LIS, and cytology and pathology modules are available. Keane

Online orders and results The Sunquest Physician Portal delivers connectivity to the community-based physicians that refer patients to your laboratory. With a 10-year record of clinical success around the globe, this proven solution is used by over 300,000 clinical users. Sunquest Physician Portal is a Web-based solution enabling physicians to easily place electronic orders and receive results for laboratory, radiology and other ancillary tests needed to compete effectively with national providers for outreach revenue. Sunquest

Tablets take over lab ordering ITF-GoDoc MobileOE enables easy-to-use mobile computerized provider order entry (CPOE) via Apple iPad and Android-capable tablets. Features such as billing information prompts, ask-at-order-entry questions, specimen types and medical necessity checks help ensure clean orders for receiving labs. Orders can be dropped to any capable EHR, LIS or billing and accounts receivable system. The application is also integrated with a browser-based workfl ow facilitator for patient service centers and hospital outpatient registration points to enable order validation prior to electronic upload to the LIS or registration system. Halfpenny Technologies

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