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ApolloLIMS

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Common Cents Systems' ApolloLIMS functions as the core of the laboratory system and controls the day-to-day workflow. ApolloLIMS operations include: Security, Specimen Processing, Results Processing, Reporting, Inquiry and Customer Service. Other modules are available to expand the basic ApolloLIMS Laboratory System. The high performance features and flexibility of the ApolloLIMS Suite is the reason we have been successful across all markets: Public Health, Clinical, Hospital, Toxicology, Forensic, Pain Management.

A full library of modules and processes surround ApolloLIMS to expand on the core capabilities and offer increased functionality. ApolloLIMS conforms to industry standards including (but not limited to): HIPAA, CAP, CLIA, 21 CFR Part 11, SAMHSA, PHIN, ASTM, HL7.

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Common Cents Systems
P.O. Box 110514 Nashville, TN 37222 USA

Tel: +1 800-805-9278
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Email: info@commoncentssystems.com



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