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Medical Lab Software helps medical clinics and labs in organising the lab operations and generating test results. The software manages and coordinates the lab testing samples, equipment, and lab data for ensuring accuracy, quality, and integrity of the laboratory instruments and test results. It enables labs to comply with the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), which helps in authorizing them to test human samples and specimens. Additionally, users can organizing orders, logistics, inventory, and staff schedules.
Tracking samples in a more effective way: The software gives a unique barcode to every sample collected by the lab to assist in tracking their movement. Having a barcode helps in offering a time stamp the samples at the time of collection and capturing details of the equipment used and the lab assistants which tested the samples. All these details assist labs to meet the mandatory requirements for compliance and auditing.
Quick and error-free reporting: The software syncs directly with the lab equipment in real time, capturing test results from the sample tested and generating the report. It eliminates the possibility of human error and helps in saving time and effort on the lab assistant’s end by automatically transferring the data from the device to the reporting system.
Well Managed inventory management: The software constantly assist in tracking the usage of lab instruments and substances such as bottles, needles, chemicals, etc. It instantly issues alert to the lab as the inventory of any of the items is about to run out or expire. Solutions can even come with a predictive reordering feature to alert the lab assistants and automatically place the purchase order with the correct sellers. This provides a relief from any theft of inventory and eliminates frantic and last minute reordering.
Staff scheduling: With so many samples collected on a daily basis, it may get exhaustive for the lab staff to make a priority of the workflows. Medical lab software helps with re -allocating resources efficiently and also prioritizing work and tests based on the amount of staff availability and daily tasks. It also offers a staff calendar for keeping the track of assigned tasks to a particular staff members.
Data security: Storing patient records and testing results in a digitally secure environment.
Sample tracking: Tracking date and time of the sample collected for examination along with additional details like condition, the patient, and the collecting agent.
Electronic data interchange (EDI): Exchanging data with another integrated systems and applications electronically.
Lab instruments integration: Integrating with lab instruments and devices to help in directly syncing test results with the reporting system.
Audit management: Initiating and conducting audits for ensuring that lab operations are in compliance with industry regulations.
Calibration management: Scheduling the calibration of instrumentation and maintaining requirements.
Most products in the market are priced on a “per user, per month” basis and can be divided into three pricing tiers based on their starting price. A premium product, which is priced higher, may include some additional features such as third-party integrations, two-way text messaging, and advanced key performance indicator (KPI) reporting.
Security: Medical labs do store sensitive information which may include a patient’s personal data, and their test results. The system requires to ensure the complete safety and security of lab data. Check to ensure that the software being purchased for the lab offers the enhanced data security. Ensure whether the solution will allow the staff to audit lab processes to ensure they are in line with regulations.
Usability and learning curve: Lab assistants might not be as versed in technology, that may slow down the learning process of a new system. It’s necessary to check the usability factor of software to ensure that it is intuitive and fairly easy to pick up. It is recommended to explore free trials and demo videos to get a good feel for the solution. It is a better idea to look into a software’s training programs and what the support for the product looks like.
Cost of ownership: The total cost of ownership for lab software has the subscription cost, upgrades, annual maintenance cost, and technical support. As a buyer, it is necessary to have full clarity into all short- and long-term costs involved with buying software. You will also need to find out from vendors whether or not customized modifications or modules added to the system will incur additional costs.
The role of automation will evolve in future lab software: The current lab systems rely on the manual handling of equipment and test results by lab scientists. This leads to huge strain on scientists because they have to deal with a big volume of tedious and repetitive work. Labs have started to shift towards automation, connecting lab instruments, software and devices. Medical lab software is eliminating the requirement for manual data entry as the system will be collecting the test readings directly from the equipment being used. They will have better predictive analytic models that will help them to monitor and analyze a big volume of data over a period of time. This will offer to check the normalcy of the test results and to ensure that instruments are working properly.
Cloud-based deployment becomes the preferred choice: Many laboratory owners prefer cloud-based medical lab software as benefits like minimal hardware, shorter implementation time, and lower upfront cost. We predict that the preference for cloud-based deployment will grow further in the future.