AUSTIN, Texas, July 21 Opus Healthcare Solutions, Inc.(http://www.opushealthcare.com/), a leading national provider of clinicalinformation systems, has introduced the latest version of itsOpusLaboratorySuite(R) which includes remote reporting, allowing clinicians toview results on a smart phone or PDA via a cell phone network or hospitalWi-Fi connection.
The new system will be demonstrated at the American Association forClinical Chemistry (AACC) Clinical Lab Expo on July 27.
"The smart phone capability enables clinicians to quickly scroll throughresults and view data from a variety of screens or information sets instead ofhaving to wait for a static document sent by fax or email," said Fred Beck,President, Opus Healthcare Solutions.
The OpusLaboratorySuite(R) can be integrated with most major hospitalinformation systems, and is available on an installed or ASP basis. Some ofthe new system's features include rule-based reporting, quality controlprompts and call management. It provides integrated data export to MicrosoftOffice(TM) as well.
By providing a single database solution, the OpusLaboratorySuite(R) isboth elegant and scalable, combining high performance with flexibility. Eachof the disciplinary modules of the OpusLaboratorySuite(R) is seamlesslyintegrated for enhanced data sharing and patient reporting. The modulesinclude:
The new LIS is fully integrated with the OpusClinicalSuite(R) series ofWeb-based products which include systems for clinical documentation, ordermanagement, computerized physician order entry, medication administration andWeb portals for remote physician access. Opus systems use an integratedHL7/XML interface engine to collect disparate clinical data from other systemsin a hospital or clinic. This provides a single point-of-access for cliniciansto retrieve all patient information, rather than having to jump betweendifferent applications or access points.
Based in Austin, TX, Opus Healthcare Solutions, Inc. has been providinglaboratory information systems for over 21 years since its inception in 1987.Named one of the top 25 software developers in the region by the AustinBusiness Journal for the past five years, the company's systems are used by anumber of major hospitals including the George Washington University Hospitalin Washington, D.C. and the South Texas Health Systems (five hospitals, 1,200beds). For more information, visit http://www.opushealthcare.com-- OpusMicro, Clinical Microbiology system; -- OpusAP, Anatomic Pathology system; -- OpusMReport, Management Reporting system with data mining utility.
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