Laboratory Information System Software

Cloud-based Laboratory Information System Software Improves Operational Efficiency
XIFIN LIS Anywhere

Labs face a number of issues, including decreasing reimbursement, increased competition for outreach work, and increased client demand for direct EMR interfaces. In response to the issues, laboratories are looking to drive out inefficiencies especially in manual workflows and reduce costs, and to improve their service offerings. Legacy software systems are inefficient and fail to support current revenue models.

Operational inefficiencies like manual laboratory workflows, information silos, and large volumes of diagnostic data necessitates the use of intuitive Laboratory Information System (LIS) Software. Today, the industry is shifting toward cloud-based technologies that allow them to provide quality healthcare and improve operational efficiencies.

Cloud-based LIS systems have lower upfront entry costs and reduced maintenance responsibilities which allow for lower monthly operational costs. Because cloud-based technology has such a high potential to impact organizations over the next three years, Gartner named it as one of the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2015.

XIFIN Laboratory Information System Makes the Difference

Experience the perfect combination of workflow automation, systems integration, and actionable reporting with XIFIN’s Laboratory Information Systems (LIS) Solution.

Use XIFIN LIS Anywhere to:

  • Automate and manage diagnostic workflows
  • Create bi-directional connections to client EMRs
  • Increase laboratory testing capacity
  • Shorten laboratory turnaround times
  • Separate technical and professional components for revenue sharing programs (TC/PC Splits)
  • Integrate with lab operational systems
  • Generate elegant, actionable reports

XIFIN’s LIS software services multiple diagnostic service providers — from clinical, hospital outreach, and radiology, to molecular diagnostic (MDx), pharmacogenomics (PGx), next-gen sequencing (NGS), and anatomic pathology (AP) laboratories. To learn about how to adopt cloud-based technology for your healthcare company, contact us today.