Netlims has been awarded "Ones to Watch in Tech 2019" as part of Corporate Vision’s forthcoming 2019 Ones to Watch in Tech program. The program celebrates a handful of the most innovative, ground-breaking and forward-thinking organizations who have implemented technologies in order to transform their business and remain ahead of the competition in their industry. The Ones to Watch program
A key function of LabOS is the ability it gives its users to locate and analyze information accurately at a glance – presentation and the availability of data can make all the difference. LabOS has always offered an extensive array of reporting options that cover everything from General Reporting, to Laboratories, to Setup, and Statistics. These reports are customizable in terms
At Netlims, we are continuously working on making sure you get the most out of your lab. LabOS is built to be patient-centric while accommodating the various needs of doctors and users. This month, we have added new features to further ensure patients are receiving the best possible care - check out our latest product features below. If you want
A Laboratory Information System (LIS) is the operation system of a medical laboratory. It manages all the processes within the lab including ordering, receiving, processing, and delivering results. It is also responsible for storing all information generated by the laboratory and making it accessible at all times. A good LIS software will boost productivity, improve turnaround time, and leverage the
At Netlims we are continuously working on boosting lab efficiency. Laboratory managers need complete flexibility to accommodate the changing needs of a laboratory without incurring the heavy costs of customization. This month we have added new features to further ensure that lab managers don’t need to juggle between apps, so that they can spend more time focusing on their real
Read the review posted in July 2015 in Cap Today - the interactive guide to laboratory software and instrumentation - after deploying AutoLIMS in Sonora-Quest laboratories. Mr. David N. Moore is the laboratory chief information officer hired by Sonora-Quest Laboratories to "flip the switch" on the new LIS. Read the full article HERE.