Information systems, usually computer-assisted, designed to store, manipulate, and retrieve information for planning, organizing, directing, and controlling administrative and clinical activities associated with the provision and utilization of clinical laboratory services.
Hospital facilities equipped to carry out investigative procedures.
Facilities equipped to carry out investigative procedures.
The specialty of ANALYTIC CHEMISTRY applied to assays of physiologically important substances found in blood, urine, tissues, and other biological fluids for the purpose of aiding the physician in making a diagnosis or following therapy.
A subspecialty of pathology applied to the solution of clinical problems, especially the use of laboratory methods in clinical diagnosis. (Dorland, 28th ed.)
Systems designed to provide information primarily concerned with the administrative functions associated with the provision and utilization of services; also includes program planning, etc.
Integrated set of files, procedures, and equipment for the storage, manipulation, and retrieval of information.
Techniques used to carry out clinical investigative procedures in the diagnosis and therapy of disease.
Management of the acquisition, organization, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of information. (From Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors, 1994)
Software designed to store, manipulate, manage, and control data for specific uses.
Integrated, computer-assisted systems designed to store, manipulate, and retrieve information concerned with the administrative and clinical aspects of providing medical services within the hospital.
The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.
Computer systems capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and displaying geographically referenced information, i.e. data identified according to their locations.
The procedures involved in combining separately developed modules, components, or subsystems so that they work together as a complete system. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
A system containing any combination of computers, computer terminals, printers, audio or visual display devices, or telephones interconnected by telecommunications equipment or cables: used to transmit or receive information. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
A field of anatomical pathology in which living tissue is surgically removed for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment.
Computer-based systems for input, storage, display, retrieval, and printing of information contained in a patient's medical record.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
A system for verifying and maintaining a desired level of quality in a product or process by careful planning, use of proper equipment, continued inspection, and corrective action as required. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Organized activities related to the storage, location, search, and retrieval of information.

Evaluation of vocabularies for electronic laboratory reporting to public health agencies. (1/223)

Clinical laboratories and clinicians transmit certain laboratory test results to public health agencies as required by state or local law. Most of these surveillance data are currently received by conventional mail or facsimile transmission. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, and Association of Public Health Laboratories are preparing to implement surveillance systems that will use existing laboratory information systems to transmit electronic laboratory results to appropriate public health agencies. The authors anticipate that this will improve the reporting efficiency for these laboratories, reduce manual data entry, and greatly increase the timeliness and utility of the data. The vocabulary and messaging standards used should encourage participation in these new electronic reporting systems by minimizing the cost and inconvenience to laboratories while providing for accurate and complete communication of needed data. This article describes public health data requirements and the influence of vocabulary and messaging standards on implementation.  (+info)

The influence of an expert system for test ordering and interpretation on laboratory investigations. (2/223)

BACKGROUND: The Laboratory Advisory System (LAS) is an expert system interface that works interactively with clinicians to assist them with test selection and result interpretation throughout the laboratory investigation of a patient. METHODS: To study the influence of the LAS on laboratory investigations, a repeated-measures experiment using clinical vignettes was conducted. To collect baseline data on how laboratory investigations are currently conducted, clinicians investigated one-half of the vignettes using a conventional (noncomputer) approach. To determine the influence of the LAS on clinicians' behavior, the other half of the vignettes were investigated using the LAS. RESULTS: Clinicians using the LAS (compared with conventional practice) ordered fewer laboratory tests during the diagnostic process (mean, 17.8 vs 32.7), completed the diagnostic workup with fewer sample collections (mean, 5.8 vs 7.5), generated lower laboratory costs (mean, $194 vs $232), shortened the time required to reach a diagnosis (mean, 1 day vs 3.2 days), showed closer adherence to established clinical practice guidelines, and exhibited a more uniform and diagnostically successful investigation. CONCLUSION: The LAS enhances the outcome of the investigation and improves laboratory utilization.  (+info)

Maximizing efficacy of endocrine tests: importance of decision-focused testing strategies and appropriate patient preparation. (3/223)

The efficacy of endocrine tests depends on the choice of tests, the preparation of the patients, the integrity of the specimens, the quality of the measurements, and the validity of the reference data. Close dialogue among the clinicians, the laboratory, and the patients is a key factor for optimal patient care. The characteristics of urine and plasma samples and the advantages and limitations of paired test measurements are presented. The importance of test sequence strategies, provocative or inhibitory procedures, and elimination of drug interferences is illustrated with four cases involving Cushing syndrome, pheochromocytoma, primary aldosteronism, and hypercalcemia. For each of these scenarios, key clinical issues are highlighted, along with discussions of the best test strategies, including which medications are likely to interfere. The importance of targeting laboratory tests to answer well-focused clinical decisions is emphasized. The roles of some time-honored provocative procedures are questioned in light of more sensitive and specific analytic methods. The importance of decision-focused analytical tolerance limits is emphasized by demonstrating the impact of analytic bias on downstream medical resource utilization. User-friendly support systems to facilitate the implementation of test strategies and postanalytic tracking of patient outcomes are presented as essential requirements for quality medical practice.  (+info)

A new architecture for enterprise information systems. (4/223)

Irresistible economic and technical forces are forcing healthcare institutions to develop regionalized services such as consolidated or virtual laboratories. Technical realities, such as the lack of an enabling enterprise-level information technology (IT) integration infrastructure, the existence of legacy systems, and non-existent or embryonic enterprise-level IT services organizations, are delaying or frustrating the achievement of the desired configuration of shared services. On attempting to address this matter, we discover that the state-of-the-art in integration technology is not wholly adequate, and itself becomes a barrier to the full realization of shared healthcare services. In this paper we report new work from the field of Co-operative Information Systems that proposes a new architecture of systems that are intrinsically cooperation-enabled, and we extend this architecture to both the regional and national scales.  (+info)

Knowledge-mediated retrieval of laboratory observations. (5/223)

Intelligent medical applications including agents, clinical decision support systems, and expert systems can benefit from components that expose the meanings of medical concepts. We have endeavored to create an ontology for laboratory observations and to make the ontology accessible in a distributed environment through a knowledge mediator offering several services. To date we have created two such services, one service to mediate the retrieval of laboratory observations and an auxiliary service to facilitate the mapping of units of measure to LOINC property-types. We report progress and insights on the development of our ontology and related knowledge mediator.  (+info)

Improving response to critical laboratory results with automation: results of a randomized controlled trial. (6/223)

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of an automatic alerting system on the time until treatment is ordered for patients with critical laboratory results. DESIGN: Prospective randomized controlled trial. INTERVENTION: A computer system to detect critical conditions and automatically notify the responsible physician via the hospital's paging system. PATIENTS: Medical and surgical inpatients at a large academic medical center. One two-month study period for each service. MAIN OUTCOMES: Interval from when a critical result was available for review until an appropriate treatment was ordered. Secondary outcomes were the time until the critical condition resolved and the frequency of adverse events. METHODS: The alerting system looked for 12 conditions involving laboratory results and medications. For intervention patients, the covering physician was automatically notified about the presence of the results. For control patients, no automatic notification was made. Chart review was performed to determine the outcomes. RESULTS: After exclusions, 192 alerting situations (94 interventions, 98 controls) were analyzed. The intervention group had a 38 percent shorter median time interval (1.0 hours vs. 1.6 hours, P = 0.003; mean, 4.1 vs. 4.6 hours, P = 0.003) until an appropriate treatment was ordered. The time until the alerting condition resolved was less in the intervention group (median, 8.4 hours vs. 8.9 hours, P = 0.11; mean, 14.4 hours vs. 20.2 hours, P = 0.11), although these results did not achieve statistical significance. The impact of the intervention was more pronounced for alerts that did not meet the laboratory's critical reporting criteria. There was no significant difference between the two groups in the number of adverse events. CONCLUSION: An automatic alerting system reduced the time until an appropriate treatment was ordered for patients who had critical laboratory results. Information technologies that facilitate the transmission of important patient data can potentially improve the quality of care.  (+info)

Enhancing the financial performance of a health system laboratory network using an information system. (7/223)

We describe the improvements created by successful implementation of a laboratory information system for a multi-institutional integrated delivery system, including an analysis of the financial results. Conditions at the outset of the project, methods of management and project design, selected aspects of services redesign and consolidation, integration of services among the sites and their effects on laboratory staff and productivity are illustrated. A method for and example of measuring the financial outcomes in the sense of quantifiable improvements in operating expenses and new revenue for a whole health system clinical laboratory computer system are discussed. In this health system, the measurable financial improvements facilitated by an information system were the ability to control operating expenses and to grow the hospital laboratory network through the development of an outreach program. With organizational commitment to process innovation and improvement, using team processes and customer-driven decision-making criteria, the financial performance of our consolidated laboratory network was enhanced substantially. A fully implemented laboratory information system is considered the major enabler of positive change when combined with a genuine commitment from all levels of staff and leadership. Over time, this system's financial return is several times that of the information system investment.  (+info)

Automated mapping of observation codes using extensional definitions. (8/223)

OBJECTIVE: To create "extensional definitions" of laboratory codes from derived characteristics of coded values in a clinical database and then use these definitions in the automated mapping of codes between disparate facilities. DESIGN: Repository data for two laboratory facilities in the Intermountain Health Care system were analyzed to create extensional definitions for the local codes of each facility. These definitions were then matched using automated matching software to create mappings between the shared local codes. The results were compared with the mappings of the vocabulary developers. MEASUREMENTS: The number of correct matches and the size of the match group were recorded. A match was considered correct if the corresponding codes from each facility were included in the group. The group size was defined as the total number of codes in the match group (e.g., a one-to-one mapping is a group size of two). RESULTS: Of the matches generated by the automated matching software, 81 percent were correct. The average group size was 2.4. There were a total of 328 possible matches in the data set, and 75 percent of these were correctly identified. CONCLUSIONS: Extensional definitions for local codes created from repository data can be utilized to automatically map codes from disparate systems. This approach, if generalized to other systems, can reduce the effort required to map one system to another while increasing mapping consistency.  (+info)

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  • The decreasing cost of laboratory expenses in hospitals is a significant factor driving the outsourcing of laboratory services. (
  • Value-based outsourcing of hospitals is expected to drive the growth of clinical reference medical laboratories in the years to come. (
  • Instrumentation Laboratory is a worldwide manufacturer of in vitro diagnostic instruments, related reagents and controls for use primarily in hospitals and independent clinical laboratories. (
  • These organizations join prior strategic investors: Community Health Systems, Iowa Health System, LifePoint Hospitals, Trinity Health and Vanguard Health Systems. (
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  • 2009. Satisfaction with laboratory services of 3 public and 3 private hospitals was assessed. (
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is under contract with private firms for the purpose of collating, analyzing, or otherwise refining records in this system. (
  • Access is granted to only a limited number of Laboratory Program Office personnel and designated support staff of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), or its contractors, as authorized by the system manager to accomplish the stated purposes for which the data in this system have been collected. (
  • The data are electronically transmitted from the state public health laboratories to the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (
  • Clinical laboratory technicians and technologists, cytotechnologists, independent laboratory directors. (
  • Leukemia mortality was nonsignificantly increased in black females employed as clinical laboratory technicians. (
  • It was noted that while some associations may be due to chance, others such as clinical laboratory technicians may represent biologically plausible associations since these may involve exposure to known leukemogens such as benzene (71432), ionizing radiation, or viruses. (
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  • Our comprehensive and integrated Acute Care Diagnostics line is comprised of whole-blood testing systems to help clinicians and laboratorians achieve better patient outcomes, lower total cost of care, assure regulatory compliance and enhance operational efficiency in hospital Acute Care settings. (
  • In March 2022, Mindray launched its latest hematology analyzers, the BC-700 Series, designed for small-to-midsize laboratories. (
  • A paper appearing in the October 2022 issue of Clinical Chemistry examined a risk equation based on data generated by, or available to, most laboratories, namely total cholesterol, high density lipoprotein cholesterol, triglycerides, and age. (
  • Increasing need for clinical trials is driven by the rising prevalence of chronic diseases worldwide. (
  • It is expected that these laboratories offering clinical trials will gain more significance in the projected period due to reduced hospital budgets resulting from declining medical reimbursements. (
  • Future studies employing the properties of e-donating groups of PAN may optimize the drug-receptor interaction for better drug designing and drug development strategies against diabetes and also for the clinical trials. (
  • Its success relies on a network of activities that span the preanalytical (parental awareness, specimen collection and transit), analytical (laboratory testing), and postanalytical (clinical follow-up) phases of the system. (
  • Editorial: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Pathophysiology, Epidemiology, Clinical Management and Public Health Response, Volume II. (
  • Therefore, for the first time in Mongolia, we aimed to describe the epidemiology of syphilis cases reported to the national STI surveillance system. (
  • Hemostasis products: ACL TOP® Family 50 Series systems, HemoCell™ Specialized Lab Automation, HemoHub™ Intelligent Data Manager, ACL AcuStar® system and HemosIL assays. (
  • Certainly pathologists and medical laboratory professionals will be watching closely to see if a breathalyzer for monitoring glucose can produce immediate results that are accurate and reproducible, at a cost that is equal to or lower than glucose assays currently performed by clinical laboratories . (
  • For instance, LabCorp expanded its bioanalytical footprint in Asia Pacific in November 2021 by opening a bioanalytical laboratory in Singapore. (
  • Like many other companies, Instrumentation Laboratory used a virtual prototyping process before production. (
  • Typically, we develop design concepts in CAD software and discuss them with our manufacturing engineering team and molding suppliers to determine the most cost-efficient manufacturing option," says Scott Notaro, manager of mechanical engineering at Instrumentation Laboratory. (
  • About the time the project was kicking off, Instrumentation Laboratory was considering the purchase of a Fortus 3D Production System. (
  • We decided to purchase the machine and use this project as a test-case to see if rapid prototyping could help improve the design engineering process," says Carl Chelman, R&D model shop supervisor for Instrumentation Laboratory. (
  • Instrumentation Laboratory engineers created assemblies from FDM prototypes and frequently identified interference problems that would not have manifested until much later in the process. (
  • The excellent mechanical properties of the FDM prototypes enabled Instrumentation Laboratory to validate the functionality of a working machine. (
  • A list of contractor sites where individually identifiable data are currently located is available upon request to the system manager. (
  • Users of individually identified data protect information from public scrutiny, and only specifically authorized personnel may be admitted to the record storage area. (
  • CDC employees who maintain records are instructed to check with the system manager prior to making disclosures of data. (
  • PHLIS reports standard demographic data associated with a laboratory isolate as well as laboratory test results, information about laboratory procedures and outbreak-related information. (
  • Public use data collected by PHLIS will be available through CDC's WONDER system. (
  • file contains data on mycobacteria isolated and identified in state public health laboratories. (
  • The operation of the PHLIS Mycobacterium module is facilitated by agreements between CDC and the Association of State and Territorial Public Health Laboratory Directors on system content, protocols for formatting and transmitting data, and standard case definitions. (
  • Laboratories participating in PHLIS use uniform reporting criteria to determine which isolates should be reported, and CDC analyzes the data before presentation to eliminate possible duplicates. (
  • ABSTRACT Collection of real-time, standardized data remains a challenge for public health surveillance systems. (
  • CDC receives a large amount of flu data from states, but the complex information can be difficult to interpret and identify trends. (
  • With expertise in data science, geospatial technology, and geographic information systems (GIS), GRASP set up a new data management structure and software that improved the Flu Division's surveillance data and enabled users to explore data in five categories to understand the extent and severity of flu cases. (
  • The Tanzania Health Management Information System data of 2016 reported 12,055 cases of salmonellosis in the Njombe region. (
  • Models are created from extensive data and images from laboratory experiments using microorganisms, and cell cultures, and clinical treatment of patients. (
  • What is intriguing about these initiatives is that, in their final form, they may create a flow of useful diagnostic data reported to clinical laboratories in real time. (
  • This would create the opportunity for pathologists and lab scientists to consult with the patients' physicians, while archiving this test result data in the laboratory information system (LIS). (
  • Four cohorts of persons aged 18 years were assembled via persons without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis, COVID-19 case linkages of records from electronic laboratory reporting data- rates were 19.9-fold (California) and 18.4-fold (New York) lower bases and state-specific immunization information systems. (
  • We will do this by supporting regional partners in strengthening laboratory capabilities and data analytics. (
  • Since the Fund's launch, Heritage Group has evaluated investment opportunities in more than 450 companies from various sectors of the healthcare industry, including value-based reimbursement models, provider software systems, consumer health, remote monitoring, tele-health, data management and analytics, and provider alignment strategies. (
  • Originally inspired at the Cleveland Clinic, the Explorys technology provides cloud-based data mining and advanced analytics, enabling provider systems to better understand their patient populations to reduce costs, provide higher quality care and improve patient outcomes. (
  • Lifepoint customers love our clear, user friendly data integration solutions that facilitate health information exchange, enable successful outreach connectivity, EMR integration, EHR interfacing, physician portal, population health management, and quality reporting among disparate clinical systems. (
  • So we get data in five categories that come from eight components or eight systems that we use. (
  • For the US approval, the FDA evaluated data from a clinical study of individuals aged 18 or older with diabetes and compared readings obtained by the FreeStyle Libre with those obtained by an established laboratory method used for analysis of blood glucose. (
  • The authors conclude that the NOMS system is a valuable addition to the data sources available for surveillance of occupational health outcomes among working females. (
  • A LIMS helps laboratories track and manage the workflow of a specimen and its associated data throughout the laboratory, from the time a specimen is received through the reporting of results. (
  • A LIMS tracks results and calculations, can perform data analysis, and electronically report results to clinical providers and public health partners. (
  • LIMS have many benefits including helping laboratories produce accurate, reproducible results faster and more reliably, and making data easier to store, track, and assess over time and across test runs. (
  • The data may not be shareable across unique systems. (
  • A retrospective analysis of syphilis was conducted using STI data from the passive surveillance system. (
  • There was an increase in reported cases of Salmonellosis in Njombe Region, Southern Highland of Tanzania between 2015 and 2016 based on clinical diagnosis. (
  • Most diagnostic laboratory tests are typically reported along with a reference interval based on a healthy population. (
  • Clinical laboratories typically use non- standardized coding schemes and file formats. (
  • This included demographic and clinical information and laboratory test results. (
  • Standalone labs are capable of efficiently handling large volumes of advanced clinical diagnostic services and delivering superior outcomes at lower costs, resulting in economies of scale for service providers. (
  • My mathematical models make predictions about experimental outcomes in my colleagues' neurobiological and clinical laboratories. (
  • The National Center for Infectious Diseases and the Association of State and Territorial Public Health Laboratory Directors began developing PHLIS in 1988. (
  • By summer, 1989, nine states were participating in a pilot program to report laboratory confirmed Salmonella sp. (
  • In line with the inadequacy of laboratory services, the true magnitude of Salmonella infection among patients with gastrointestinal symptoms is not known. (
  • Getting consensus on how to implement electronic laboratory reporting will be relatively easy. (
  • Electronic laboratory reporting can be successfully implemented. (
  • Last year the FDA approved the professional version of the system, to be used by clinicians for monitoring glucose in patients with diabetes. (
  • Further work is encouraged to evaluate the system and consider the application of cloud-based models in other settings. (
  • In addition, having a LIMS allows laboratories to better evaluate and improve their operational efficiency. (
  • Plans call for the addition of several diseases for laboratory-based reporting in 1993. (
  • Overall perceptions of the system were highly positive across 5 areas of functionality (standardized case definitions, clinical guidance on signs and symptoms, risk factors and laboratory guidance, SMS and Email alerts for notifiable diseases, one-hour reporting of information via an online framework). (
  • In all areas, over 80% of participants thought the system would help their work and would save time in identifying notifiable diseases and reporting this information centrally. (
  • The clinical laboratory services sector is expanding due to several factors, including the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and the growing demand for early diagnostic testing . (
  • Understanding the collective phenomena of these systems can provide important insight into the prevention and treatment of diseases. (
  • The National Occupational Mortality Surveillance System ( NOMS ) as a research tool for investigating work related diseases in female workers was discussed. (
  • The system does have limitations in that death certificate information regarding occupation and cause of death may not be accurate and the fact that death certificates provide little information on smoking or other confounding factors. (
  • Laboratory Readiness and Response for SARS-Cov-2 in Indonesia. (
  • Comprehensive security measures and functions to protect plant operation Siemens is the first company to obtain security certification from TÜV SÜD (German inspection and certification organisation) for an automation system based on IEC 62443-4-1 and IEC 62443-3-3. (
  • IEC 62443-3-x documents: Describe security function specifications for the control systems in production and process automation. (
  • This is a podcast from Clinical Chemistry , sponsored by the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital. (
  • Dr. Alan Remaley is a Senior Investigator at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and is also a senior staff member of the Department of Laboratory Medicine at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland where he leads the Special Chemistry section. (
  • Can you describe how your estimated ASCVD risk calculator, just published in Clinical Chemistry , works? (
  • We are studying the physics behind the laboratory methods used to analyze DNA, genomes and proteins. (
  • Pathologists and clinical laboratory managers should keep these facts in mind as they watch how biotech companies attempt to market new methods for glucose testing. (
  • One approach clinical laboratory), courtesy of clinical assumes that, in the clinical laboratory, Methods laboratory staff, adequacy of test menu, managers know what customers want quality and reliability of results (congru- and directly set out measures of labora- This was an observational, cross- ence between the clinical laboratory re- tory performance in each specific area. (
  • Our Hemostasis line is comprised of in vitro diagnostic systems, reagents, information management used to diagnose and guide treatment of thrombotic and bleeding disorders. (
  • Key products include our GEM Premier blood gas systems, GEM Premier ChemSTAT and Avoximeter 1000E, as well as the whole-blood hemostasis Family, featuring ROTEM, Hemochron and VerifyNow systems. (
  • The company's product lines include critical care systems, hemostasis systems and information management systems. (
  • The company developed its Hemostasis testing system, the ACL TOP 500 to offer a lower price point than previous models. (
  • Lifepoint has been so beneficial to my laboratory that I am taking time out of my overly super busy day to inform anyone taking the time to check-up on Lifepoint Informatics via Google reviews that this organization is "top-fit" as we say in German. (
  • Inferences made from human clinical reference laboratories have helped establish several therapy paths. (
  • As you can see by the capabilities, benefits, and limitations, the LIMS has specific roles in the laboratory and other application systems can work in conjunction with it. (
  • Lyme disease diagnostic workups conducted on active and retired U.S. service members and their dependents at U.S. Air Force military treatment facilities (MTFs) in Germany between 2013 and 2017 were assessed to determine the appropriateness of laboratory testing and antibiotic prescriptions. (
  • Screening programs also had to move to staggered shifts to maintain required physical distancing in the laboratory while ensuring ongoing screening. (
  • Additionally, as the country pivoted to more online ordering, the overburdened courier system resulted in specimen shipping delays, which ultimately delayed testing and notification of actionable results . (
  • The healthcare industry is expected to witness an increase in the utilization of medical samples, leading to high demand for clinical laboratory services worldwide. (
  • The clinical reference laboratory services sector has grown due to the smooth integration of biochemical research findings into the industry. (
  • Why is Demand for Clinical Reference Laboratory Services Growing Worldwide? (
  • The reported cases were based on clinical diagnosis due to limited laboratory services. (
  • Our findings may help to improve the quality of clinical laboratory services. (
  • RÉSUMÉ Afin d'évaluer le niveau de satisfaction des médecins en matière de services fournis par les laboratoires cliniques hospitaliers et les facteurs associés dans le gouvernorat d'Aden, nous avons mené la présente étude transversale entre septembre 2008 et septembre 2009. (
  • quality of clinical laboratory services specific aspects of clinical laboratory in Aden. (
  • Another approach considers that qual- tember 2008 to September 2009 to to treatment), critical value notification, assess the level of physician satisfaction ity measurement is the assessment of clinical report format, and notification with the laboratory services of 6 hos- customer satisfaction with the services about new investigations. (
  • Services were pitals (3 public and 3 private) in Aden provided by the laboratory. (
  • Modeling such "cellular automata", or sets of interactive systems, embodies an important and challenging interface between applied mathematics and biology. (
  • These collaborations are accelerated by the need for modeling tools, which help to analyze complex systems, as well as by the specialized contributions each institution makes to the overall project. (
  • Of all the additive manufacturing systems on the market, they chose Fortus because it's powered by Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and gives them the ability to easily produce parts in production-grade thermoplastics - something other additive manufacturing technologies simply cannot do. (
  • Clusters of nosocomial infection often occur undetected, at substantial cost to the medical system and individual patients. (
  • INTERPRETIVE INFORMATION The PHLIS Mycobacterium module tracks mycobacterial isolates, not individual patients or specific cases of mycobacterial disease. (
  • Additionally, 30 patients with uncomplicated erythema migrans could have been treated without laboratory confirmation. (
  • Of the 83 positive Lyme disease IgM immunoblots conducted at U.S. Air Force MTF laboratories in Germany between 2013 and 2017, 40 (48.2%) were deemed false positives after standardized chart review, and 32 of these patients were prescribed antibiotics. (
  • Thirty patients with true-positive IgM immunoblots could have been diagnosed and treated without laboratory testing. (
  • Since the late 1960s, the severity of coronary stenosis was suspected to be a prognostic factor for patients with coronary artery disease (CAD), 1 - 3 and this hypothesis was proven in several clinical studies with long follow-up periods. (
  • Awarepoint provides real-time location system (RTLS) solutions that allow health systems to track medical equipment, patients and personnel enterprise-wide to optimize healthcare workflow and improve patient care while decreasing costs. (
  • Laboratory, clinical and hematologic parameters were compared for JAK2 V617F positive and JAK2 V617F negative patients with ET. (
  • updated ) The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System for use by adult patients with diabetes. (
  • This is the first glucose monitoring system geared to diabetes patients that does not require finger-stick calibration. (
  • The use of mobile information technology may facilitate this. (
  • As the COVID-19 pandemic evolved, newborn screening partners and collaborators came together to facilitate a coordinated system of information sharing, funding, and continued operations. (
  • Developed by our members for use by the global laboratory community, CLSI's consensus-based medical laboratory standards are the most widely recognized resources for continually improving testing quality, safety, and efficiency. (
  • The most widely used technologies in laboratory information management systems include ELISA, chromatography, immunochemistry, spectroscopy, and molecular biology. (
  • The FreeStyle Libre system is already being widely used outside of the United States. (
  • Lifepoint provides us with the ability to reliably, securely, accurately, and seamlessly exchange clinical information and this has improved patient care and physician and patient satisfaction. (
  • Browse our collection of consensus-based medical laboratory standards documents. (
  • FDA 21 CFR 820 is the quality system regulation that requires corrective and preventive procedures to be documented in medical device manufacturing facilities. (
  • Their goal is a patient-friendly technology that does not require a needle stick or venipuncture and may even eliminate the need to send specimens to a medical laboratory . (
  • The FreeStyle Libre system reduces the need for finger-stick testing and, instead, continuously measures glucose levels with a small sensor that is self-applied and is approximately the size of two stacked quarters inserted into the back of the upper arm for up to 14 days. (
  • However, the FreeStyle Libre does not have an alarm for users for low and high glucose values, a feature available in CGM systems. (
  • Her projects focus on studies of influenza antiviral treatment and antiviral effectiveness, vaccine effectiveness, pandemic preparedness, and development of CDC clinical guidance related to treatment and prevention of seasonal and novel influenza viruses. (
  • A national case-based public health surveillance system was introduced in Jordan in 2015 using mobile tablets and an online framework. (
  • NOMS was a death certificate based surveillance system involving the participation of 28 states managed by NIOSH. (
  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION The Public Health Laboratory Information System (PHLIS) is a PC- based software application designed for use in Public Health Laboratories for the reporting and analysis of a variety of conditions of public health importance which have a significant laboratory testing component. (
  • We need close partnerships between laboratories and public health. (
  • And at CDC our role is really to coordinate the systems that these other providers and public health professionals make possible. (
  • The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic stressed, disrupted, and fundamentally changed the public health system in the United States. (
  • As newborn screening programs identified evolving challenges and solutions during the pandemic, the Newborn Screening Technical assistance and Evaluation Program (NewSTEPs) at the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) collected and disseminated resources for peer-to-peer solution sharing and collaborative learning. (
  • Thus, the ZIH team works in close collaboration with researchers at Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics as well as other institutes in Dresden and beyond. (
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  • Our solutions improve the quality of patient care, lower total cost, and assure regulatory compliance in the clinical laboratory. (
  • It's a system by which you can identify deviations or quality events, investigate them, and implement corrective and/or preventive actions to improve your organization," he adds. (
  • The laboratories were proach has its advantages for assessing below average, 3 = average, 4 = good, selected by quota sampling in regard to quality. (
  • In addition, a complete LIMS may integrate other business processes and systems in the laboratory's operations such as billing, test quality control and assurance, reagent and kit or forms inventory, as well as others. (
  • To stand up and maintain a LIMS or to address issues or technical requests concerning the system requires a significant amount of communication between scientific and administrative laboratory personnel. (
  • 7 Due to the lack of laboratory capacity to diagnose STI at the primary health care level, syndromic diagnosis and treatment of STI was introduced in 2001. (
  • This system allows people with diabetes to avoid the additional step of finger-stick calibration, which can sometimes be painful, but still provides necessary information for treating their diabetes - with a wave of the mobile reader," he added. (
  • Assessment of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk is a key step in the clinical management of cardiovascular disease prevention. (
  • Several scoring systems have tried to determine the severity of coronary artery disease (CAD) to investigate the connection between CAD severity and laboratory parameters. (
  • We will also introduce fit for purpose science and technology solutions to provide laboratories with the tools and knowledge they need. (
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  • It would be easy for laboratories to report with a standardized format and codes. (
  • A new safety event reporting system improves physician reporting in the surgical intensive care unit. (
  • Thus, we find a specific epigenetic mechanism that regulates axonal regeneration of CNS axons, suggesting novel targets for clinical application. (
  • Simatic PCS 7 provides a large number of functions for industrial security: These include segmentation into zones and security cells, the security of access points and user authentication, secure communication, patch management, system hardening, virus scanners and whitelisting. (
  • The Fund's mix of limited partners, which include some of the nation's leading hospital systems and healthcare companies across many sectors, reflects where healthcare is headed: towards a more collaborative approach to the delivery of care," said Paul Wallace, Heritage Group Managing Director. (
  • Associated risks of using this device might include hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia in cases where information provided by the device is inaccurate and used to make treatment decisions and mild skin irritations around the insertion site, the agency notes. (
  • IEC 62443-2-x documents: Describe a management system and specifications to provide IT security for control systems. (
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