Why Do Laboratories Need Dedicated Laboratory Systems?
In today’s healthcare arena, laboratories require a dedicated LIS and committed vendor support to manage the complexities and regulatory nature of lab testing. A dedicated, flexible LIS can help improve laboratory workflow efficiency and error-proofing by aiding in decision-making, ensure consistent execution of procedures that increases laboratory productivity, and automate proper billing, ensuring top reimbursement.
Information systems designed for laboratories play a key supportive role in meeting quality control standards, decreasing transcription errors, improving workflows, incorporating automation, and contributing to patient care either from a clinical stance or for research purposes. In recent years, technological advances in laboratory instrumentation have resulted in a greater demand for (and reliance on) laboratory data to support clinical, microbiology, and public health needs.
Why Choose Orchard?
Orchard Software is a leading LIS vendor, offering a variety of flexible laboratory software system solutions, including a SaaS model. With decades of LIS experience, the scalability and flexibility of Orchard’s systems facilitate an advanced level of configurability that enables Orchard to support a diverse client base.
- Orchard serves more than 2,000 laboratories across the country, helping them improve efficiency and automation, reduce errors, and enhance integration.
- Orchard’s products are installed in provider groups and clinics, hospitals, independent reference labs, anatomic pathology laboratories, student health centers, veterinary labs, toxicology clinics, public health organizations, universities, retail facilities, and more.
- Our team of expert interface specialists makes Orchard the clear choice for state-of-the-art integrated, interoperable laboratory information systems.
- Orchard has implemented thousands of unique host interfaces with hundreds of vendors, including analyzer, automation line, practice management system, EHR, HIS, billing, HIE, and reference laboratories.