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In an increasingly competitive economic environment for healthcare services, clinical diagnostic laboratories are looking at tools that can improve their efficiency and increase their profits. Of primary interest are sophisticated laboratory information systems (LIS) that can interact with the facility or institution’s electronic medical record (EMR) system and/or electronic health record (EHR).
Although the LIS concept is not new, advances in technology have made them more sophisticated than ever, offering clinical and non-clinical applications, Web-based connectivity, customizable configurations and rule-writing, scalability, and modular units that can offer data handling for the most cutting-edge laboratory techniques and testing.
The Dark Report is happy to offer our readers a chance to download our recently published FREE White Paper “Transferring Laboratory Data Into The Electronic Medical Record: Technological Options For Data Migration In The Laboratory Information System” at absolutely no charge. This free download will provide readers with a detailed explanation of technology options for data migration in the LIS System.
Among other topics, this FREE White Paper specifically addresses:
- Overview of the U.S. Clinical Laboratory System
- What is HL7’s mission statement?
Software as a Service (SaaS)/ASP
- Selecting your lab’s LIS approach
Table of Contents
Introduction — Page 3
Chapter 1. The Laboratory LIS and IT Environment — Page 4
Chapter 2. Challenges in the Current Marketplace for Moving Lab Data from LIS to EMR — Page 12
Chapter 3. Middleware — Page 19
Chapter 4. Software As A Service (SaaS)/ASP — Page 23
Chapter 5. Case Studies — Page 28
Chapter 6. Selecting Your LIS Approach — Page 32
Chapter 7. Implementing Your LIS Choice — Page 34
Conclusion — Page 36
References — Page 37
A-1 About Mark Terry — Page 39
A-2 About About Merge — Page 40
A-3 About DARK Daily — Page 41
A-4 About The Dark Intelligence Group, Inc., and THE DARK REPORT — Page 42
A-5 About the Executive War College on Laboratory and Pathology Management — Page 43
A-6 About Julie Pekarek — Page 45