A Flexible, Scalable LIS for Single Site and Multi Site Labs

LIS
  • Lab Finding Range
  • Lab Order
  • Lab Queue
  • Lab Specimen
  • Lab Specimen History
  • Lab Order Status History
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VersaSuite LIS is a fully integrated comprehensive laboratory information system that can be scaled to meet the needs of the modern hospital or laboratory.  Built on a unified code-set with information stored in a single database, information is shared in real-time, enhancing workflow and patient safety.

LIS Key Features

  • Supports inpatient and outpatient lab orders in a single unified view
  • Lab queue – view, manage, and complete all outstanding lab orders on a single screen
  • Print requisition slips, including auto-generated bar codes
  • Specialty-specific templates
  • Specimen tracking
  • Supports LOINC codes
  • Supports lab panels
Seamlessly Integrated with the Rest of VersaSuite
Supports All Lab-Related HL7 Messages
Define Abnormal Ranges and Associated HL7 Abnormal Flags for Every Lab Finding
Integrated Quality Control (QC) Mechanisms
Automatically Notify Physicians of Lab Results and Abnormal Ranges Separately
Same User Interface in the Ambulatory, ED, and Inpatient Environments

VersaSuite Supports All HL7 Abnormal Flags:

  • < below absolute low-off instrument scale
  • > above absolute high-off instrument scale
  • A abnormal (applies to non-numeric results)
  • AA very abnormal (non-numeric, analogous to panic limits for numeric units)
  • B better — use when direction not relevant
  • D significant change down
  • H above high normal
  • [HH above upper panic limits
  • I intermediate. Indicates microbiology susceptibilities only
  • L below low normal
  • LL below lower panic limits
  • MS moderately susceptible. Indicates for microbiology susceptibilities only
  • N normal (applies to non-numeric results)
  • Null no range defined, or normal ranges don’t apply
  • R resistant. Indicates for microbiology susceptibilities only
  • S susceptible. Indicates for microbiology susceptibilities only
  • U significant change up
  • VS very susceptible. Indicates for microbiology susceptibilities only
  • W worse – use when direction not relevant