Orchard® Harvest LIS Microbiology Module Training Course
You should receive course and travel materials (if applicable) approximately 10 days prior to class.
"I feel very comfortable going home that I have enough knowledge to set up the module and that I have been trained very well by a caring, warm company."
"Very informative. Perfect blend of presentations and hands-on training, with plenty of time allowed for answering questions."
"This was a very informative class. It was very clear and concise."
The Harvest Microbiology Module training course is considered a basic level class. No prior knowledge of Harvest LIS is required.
This course teaches you the necessary concepts and skills required to configure and implement the module in your laboratory.
- Practice setting up microbiology lab tests and order choices.
- Define sample types and establish microbiology-related system preferences.
- Learn to use the modules electronic worksheet for paperless microbiology processing.
- Incorporate clinical questions, text shortcuts, and order choice statuses into the Harvest Microbiology Module.
- Set up the necessary interfaces with instrumentation. The Harvest Microbiology Module currently has interfaces to the Dade Microscan and Biomerieaux Vitek microbiology systems.
- Meet with Orchard associates from Technical Support, Operations, Development, and Marketing to learn more about the latest projects.
During the course, you will receive class time to create and run microbiology orders, which allows you to use the modules electronic worksheet to document the workflow of microbiology samples from the time they are plated through completion and reporting.
Outside the classroom, you will have some time to enjoy the restaurants, shopping, and attractions in the Indianapolis area.
Methods of Instruction
The Harvest LIS Microbiology Module training course utilizes a combination of classroom presentations, laboratory exercises, quizzes, and troubleshooting scenarios.
P.A.C.E.® Accreditation/Contact Hours
This program has been approved for 22.5 contact hours by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® program. (P.A.C.E.® program number 526-200-12)
Registration and Scheduling
Complete the online Training Information Request Form to register for a course.
Limited seating is available for each class. Scheduling of training will occur upon receipt of payment or with a signed purchase order and a copy of the quote for training you will receive.