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TECHNIDATA launches a major version of its TD-Synergy® Laboratory Information System

Published: Sunday, March 03, 2013
Last Updated: Saturday, March 02, 2013
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Major version of TD-Synergy Laboratory Information System (LIS) launched by TECHNIDATA

TECHNIDATA, a supplier of software for clinical and anatomic-pathology laboratories, has launched a major version of its TD-Synergy Laboratory Information System (LIS). Among the new features, version 11.81 provides a range of innovative functionalities that significantly enhance sample collection security, specimen transportation, storage and traceability. These allow laboratories to optimize their own organizations, leading to greater efficiency and flexibility in multi-site contexts.

Specimen Management has become a specialty
Faultless sample routing avoids errors and improves laboratory efficiency, so this new version embeds advanced features that greatly improve the way laboratories handle their collected samples. From the initial specimen collection to final storage, through specimen preparation and transportation, this version addresses the whole sample lifecycle, with full traceability and security, thus helping to meet laboratory quality and accreditation requirements.

“With the lab industry trending toward consolidation and shared resources, it is all the more crucial for multi-site and multi-laboratory organizations - whose samples are often collected on one site and processed on another - to be able to manage collected specimens effectively using a secure process. TD-Synergy V11.81 allows laboratories to customize the workflow precisely to their exact needs. The new sample management features further improve the biological specimen identification process, not only saving significant time when retrieving samples, but also ensuring greater patient safety”, explains François Lecertisseur, Product Manager at TECHNIDATA.

TD-Synergy, a blend of technologies dedicated to managing laboratory information
Distributed in 25 countries, TD-Synergy is a full-featured LIS that automates laboratory workflow production, reducing the turnaround time and ensuring quality and patient safety. Highly flexible, scalable and easy to interface with, TD-Synergy can meet the needs of all types of health organization, covering multiple laboratories in different locations with a single LIS. It offers a wide range of dedicated modules to serve the needs of all laboratory disciplines, and provides numerous other features such as audit trail, quality control, document and non-conformity management modules, expert rules, alerts and much more, to help the laboratory certification process. Statistics tools facilitate the decision-making process, which leads not only to improvements in patient care, but also helps to drive laboratory activity and optimize resources.


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