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LabWeb is a full-featured, hosted, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) LIS with advanced functionality including rules-based analysis, a lean powerful database for in-depth analysis, and quality assurance and control capabilities. Because each laboratory's work flow is unique, LabWeb has been designed to allow the laboratory to integrate the functions available to suit the laboratory's specific needs. You decide how to combine these tools for maximum effectiveness.

With the availability of advanced feature modules including a 510(k) FDA-approved SBB Blood Bank Transfusion Service, advanced Anatomic Pathology System and Medical Necessity Modules, LabWeb is a complete, best-in-class LIS purpose-built for the lab environment with integration into the hospital, practice management and clinical systems, and instruments for a seamless, end-to-end solution.

With LabWeb, hospitals and private laboratories are able to realize a high return on investment by enhancing their services and improving reimbursement rates, while maximizing their existing IT resources through Psyche's hosted delivery model.

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321 Fortune Blvd Milford, MA 01757 USA

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