XIFIN LIS 7
Break Free from the Keyboard with Integrated
Dolbey Fusion Narrate® Speech Recognition
Break Free From the Keyboard with Integrated Dolbey Fusion Narrate® Speech Recognition
Plus New Laboratory Information System Capabilities That Save Time and
Increase Throughput for High-Complexity, High-Volume Labs
Plus New Laboratory Information System Capabilities That Save Time and Increase Throughput for High-Complexity, High-Volume Labs
Introducing the latest release of award-winning XIFIN LIS, a scalable, SaaS-based laboratory information system (LIS) that offers multi-specialty workflows, including next-generation sequencing, and enables labs to perform testing in support of clinical trials through an integrated and interoperable platform. XIFIN LIS increases laboratory testing capacity and throughput, supports additional commercial lab revenue opportunities, shortens turnaround time, and makes it easier to connect to healthcare partners.
XIFIN has partnered with Dolbey & Company to integrate its Fusion Narrate® voice recognition software to speech enable XIFIN LIS. With Fusion Narrate, XIFIN LIS users can now break free from the keyboard and dictate case findings and other notes with a high degree of accuracy. Users in high-volume laboratories can now save additional time and further increase throughput. In addition to dictating important case notes, users can create custom voice commands to seamlessly navigate XIFIN LIS hands free.
XIFIN LIS 7 provides new capabilities for configurable data organization, aggregation and presentation to drive high throughput processing, including:
"The combination of XIFIN LIS macros with integrated Dolbey Fusion Narrate voice commands has provided a means for me to produce diagnostic reports in an efficient manner with consistent formatting and terminology, free from typographical errors. All steps in the process, from assigning the responsible user to importing photographs, are automated and hands-free, leaving me time to continue reviewing slides while the LIS software builds my report."