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CaseMan LIMS

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Promadis develops and markets Promadis CaseMan, a total Laboratory Information Management and Case Management System for forensic science offices.  Capabilities include:

  • Collection of all case and scientific information into one database.
  • Guaranteed ‘chain of custody’ through comprehensive exhibit management.
  • Provision of specific tools for specialist sciences and process automation.
  • Preparation, management and distribution of case reports.
  • Monitoring and management of workflow through a range of highly effective reporting and performance aids.
  • Total management of case deliverables to meet service level agreements and obligations.

Promadis CaseMan provides operators with a set of tools to register, monitor and complete all work. This process includes collecting automatic information from analysers, barcode scanning and association with database records and interfacing with external agencies.

Promadis CaseMan coordinates and manages work task distribution based upon pre-defined operating "rules". The results of the work tasks are recorded in Promadis CaseMan for reporting, not only at a batch operations level, but also at an individual sample level as well. Once case information collection is finished and the associated officer has finished the reporting process, the final result is then ready for distribution. Promadis CaseMan also helps with this process as well. Final reports are "distributed" according to the approved distribution for the case. These can be electronically encrypted and distributed to ensure the fastest and most secure advice to the client.
While these processes are underway, Promadis CaseMan is also collecting information about the actual performance of the tasks. This performance and management information is compared to pre-defined expectations to help the organisation plan and manage workload issues as well as specifically measure compliance with committed service levels. The end result is real-time collection and management of tasks in the laboratory with automation support to help get the work done faster and more reliably.

Product CaseMan LIMS
Company Promadis
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Promadis
28 Greenhill Road Wayville 5034 South Australia

Tel: +61 8 8357 8040
Fax: +61 8 8357 8860
Email: info@promadis.com



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