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Cliemat

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Cliemat is an enterprise clinical LIS that manages complex workflow and specific data requirements of any kind of laboratory. Cliemat's design incorporates an intuitive user-friendly interface for accessing a powerful feature set that provides power and ease of use.It is platform independent, and utilizes intuitive screens that drastically reduce the learning curve, enabling new users to become productive quickly without having to attend days of offsite training. Cliemat is scalable to handle thousands of patients each day.

Cliemat supports all laboratory disciplines through its user definable test definition database.

Cliemat can be tailored to meet each individual laboratory and laboratory departments’ unique needs. It can be customizable to specific laboratory needs, enabling users to take full advantage of its robust functionality. The system comes with a highly simplified integrated billing system.

Cliemat uses industry standard HL-7, XML and X12 protocols and can achieve seamless integration with other information system in the organization.

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#96/2, Krishna Building Airport Road, Domlur Bangalore-56007 INDIA

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