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Multidata Computer Systems' Laboratory Information System (LIS) is designed for clinical and hospital laboratories. MultiTech, their flagship LIS product, was first installed in 1983. It is available on many hardware platforms, and provides flexible accessioning, bar-coding, worksheet and specimen handling management. Electronic claims submission and remittance processing for all payers is also available, as well as complete billing, accounts receivable, and management reporting designed for commercial labs. A stand-alone billing capability enables interface to other lab systems. ASTM interchange for clinical and billing data is also available as well as common proprietary formats.

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Multidata Computer Systems, Inc.
160 Broadway, Suite 1010 New York, NY 10038 USA

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