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sLis is an information system for analytical laboratories that gives the ability to manage the laboratory’s data in electronic format.  It offers the full automatisation of all the processes of a Microbiological / Bio-pathological laboratory, Diagnostic Centre, Hospital Laboratory with an easy, understandable way, implementing all the available technology for collecting and processing information produced during its operation.

sLis capabilities:

• Patient and daily Tests entry
• Recording of the person that orders the Order
• Record of who carries out (executes) the Order
• Ability to enter the Patients and Tests from
• Department’s Secretariat
• Laboratory’s Secretariat
• Laboratory’s Personnel
• Printing of the Requisition Note
• Sample management either based on the Daily Serial Number, or based on the Sample ID
• Printing of the Sample Barcode
• Full control of the Orders Invoicing
• Notification for receiving the Samples
• Laboratories Preparation
• Worklists by department, analyzer etc
• Management of the Analysis Equipment
• Automatic test scheduling
• Automatic test receipt
• Patient’s Medical History Management
• Measurements Entry
• Insertion or modification of measurements by authorized users
• Automatic update of the Patient’s Card
• Verification of Results – Re-examination request
• Printing of Results - Pendings
• Results Deliverance
• Collection of Results from all the Departments
• Printing of the results and distribution per department
• Notification for Pendings
• Patients – Appointments Management
• Instant storing of the medical image and finding
• Statistical Analysis
• Access to the Patient’s Medical Folder
• Electronic compilation of findings
• Quality Control of the execution parameters
• Complete financial management with insurance companies’ lists
• Connection to external information systems (e.g. HIS)
• Data entry from external laboratory applications already in use
• Accordance to international standards ICD10, HL7 etc
• Communication with most used operational systems (e.g. MS Office)

Product sLis
Company Infomed Computer Services
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Infomed Computer Services
Ikarias 8 , P.O. 121 32, Peristeri, Greece

Tel: +30 2107568258
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