Pathology Analysers Results Integration with LIS

We believe that the Pacslink Corporation is the only organization in Pakistan which has set up to provide the highest level of services & support that is absolutely necessary for LIS, RIS, LAS, PACS and Laboratory devices results integration. This will ensure that all machines/computers operate satisfactorily and with a minimum amount of downtime. A special task force has been established to effectively service, support, and monitor the systems of any health informatics project.

We have trained engineers, technicians, system analysts, software engineers who are up to date to connect multiple heterogeneous laboratory analyzers to a host Laboratory Information Management system. This can be in either HL7 or ASTM standard formats. We use an innovative Protocol Definition Language (PDL) to translate any instrument format to the ASTM standard, which incorporates many different machine interfaces.

Data is automatically and securely captured from instruments, eliminating potential transcription errors and improving the flow and management of laboratory data.

A standard interface is used within the lab and around the organization to integrate all the types and brands of instruments, simplifying and streamlining the operation, and offering all the benefits of increased automation.

The purpose of this integration service in the lab is to make it easier to connect systems; for example, pass results from a Hematology Analyzer to a Laboratory Information System (LIS) and Hospital Information Management System (HMIS). The results of this ability to integrate systems include:

  1. Smoother workflow – less manual effort, avoiding duplication of data entry, this is something that people are striving for and accomplishing in production environments including manufacturing, video production and graphics design
  2. Easier path for meeting regulatory requirements – integrated systems, with integration built in by vendors, results in systems that are easier to validate and maintain
  3. Reduced cost of development and support,
  4. Reduction in duplication of records, better data management,
  5. More flexibility – as we’ll discuss below, integrated systems built on modular components will make it easier to upgrade/update systems, and meet changing requirements.

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