Multilab LIS

Improving Laboratory Workflow Across Regions.

Today it is common for core laboratories to operate additional smaller laboratories in outlying communities or neighbouring towns across related regions.This means specimens are often being sent to other laboratories for referred analysis and it is important that information is relayed and received at one central point. A Delphic Multilab LIS facilitates the flow of information between such laboratories, and allows these laboratories to run from the one central server – a single instance of the Delphic LIS.

Key Benefits of a Delphic Shared Services Solution

  • Associated hardware and software costs are shared, providing each laboratory with significant cost savings
  • Provides laboratories within the region with an electronic back-up solution in the event of analyser failure, or other events that cause disruption to normal service
  • Less paper is required to move information between laboratories
  • Complete electronic registration of referral specimens with updated status and worklists in referral lab – eliminates duplication
  • Immediate electronic reporting by originating lab on completion of analysis at referral lab
  • Transcription and reporting errors are minimised
  • Turnaround times are reduced, eliminating unnecessary delays – providing better reporting of diagnostic results for improved patient care

Case Studies
Delphic Multilab LIS Case Study: Diagnostic Services Manitoba, Canada – recognising the importance of a common technology and testing platforms to improve the quality, timeliness and sustainability of their diagnostic services, DSM began a collaboration with Sysmex on a cornerstone project for the organisation – the implementation of a province-wide laboratory information system (LIS).

Labnet – Delphic multilab system led by Canterbury Health Laboratories – Read about the successful establishment of a shared laboratory information system for five separate New Zealand District Health Boards.

**Delphic is not a medical product as it does not have a therapeutic purpose.**