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AutoLab is a state-of-the-art computerized laboratory information management tool, which provides fast, accurate and reliable data to healthcare professionals and patients. AutoLab’s user-friendly and versatile interface makes clinical data management efficient and effectual.

AutoLab handles all steps of test processing: requisition, sampling, distribution of data to local or remote laboratories, requisition tracking, divert requests to analyzers, result validation and distribution (manually or automatically). The system covers all types of laboratories, including Microbiology, Anatomic Pathology and Blood Bank.

AutoLab is completely user-configurable (configuration of codes, analyzers, distribution methods, and more) and gives authorized users instant access to orders for review, annotation, modification, and validation. The AutoLab QC (Quality Control) module matches results of the controls with the predefined precision and accuracy of each individual test procedure and alerts the users to abnormal results. Results may be sorted by individual test or entire orders, and can be distributed via e-mail, fax, or printed on local and remote printers.

AutoLab's extensive supervisory tools give laboratory managers comprehensive control over laboratory work. Supervisors can access any order, result and worklist. Results are delivered in a format adapted to specific needs. AutoLab compiles data and generates reports for research and archiving. Patients also benefit from AutoLab's distribution capabilities. If authorized, patients can access information on their lab tests via InfoLab, a touch-screen terminal activated by a magnetic card reader. Information can also be accessed via the Internet, with validation through ID and a password, or via secured interactive voice-response system. AutoLab was first released in 1996. To date, over 250 laboratories are utilizing AutoLab with over 2,000 physicians and lab technicians as users.

Product AutoLab
Company SofTov Ltd.
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SofTov Ltd.
32 Ha'shacham Street, Ramat-Siv P.O.Box 7112 Petach-Tikva 49170 ISRAEL

Tel: +972-3-9230686
Fax: +972-3-9216642
Email: admin@softov.co.il



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