Modulab™ is an integrated LIS for the complete management of the clinical laboratory, based on the latest technologies available for I.T. systems.
All laboratory sections may be efficiently managed, from the Core Lab to the most specialized section; Modulab offers configurable solutions for process management from request generation to the emission of reports with patient results.
The system offers a complete integration of the workflow process: from administration and patient registry, to phlebotomy, sample reception, electronic request, covering the analytical process, validation and reporting, statistics, stock management and more.
The total integration and connectivity capacity of Modulab™ with any other information system and laboratory analyzers allows for a value-added, totally electronic process. Modulab™ is the LIS for the paperless laboratory.
Modulab™ has consolidated itself as a leader in offering solutions to de-centralize testing, both from a functional and technological point of view to attend to and satisfy the demands of new organizational scenarios.
Since 2005, we have achieved 600 customer installations in laboratories, hospitals, outreach labs and clinics in 10 countries in Europe, America and Asia.
The Laboratory and Modulab.
In the last few years, with the appearance of the new diagnostic technologies and the increment in the number of requests for analytical tests, the activity in the clinical laboratory has experienced some radical changes.
Today, the laboratory must face an increase in its productivity whilst controlling costs, lowering response time and maintaining the highest standards of quality control.
Modulab together with pre-analytical and analytical robotic systems, allows for significant innovation in the laboratory, automating manual tasks such as: request entry, sample tube acceptance, centrifuging, cap removal, aliquot, loading and unloading of tubes in the analytical systems, preparation and staining of blood films, sample tube storage, validation and sending reports to the various clinical destinations.
The result of such systems is an increment in the laboratory’s productivity without a corresponding increase in costs of human resources.
Modulab brings solutions to the clinical faculty who can dedicate more time to the study and interpretation of their patient’s analytical results.
These advantages allow the laboratory to better achieve its present and future objectives in terms of quality and safety.
Specific solutions for specific labs.
Modulab may be personalized to attend to the needs of the Biochemistry Department and to manage the process realized from a test request by a member of the clinical faculty to the emission of a detailed high-quality report. Modulab correlates the data generated by the automation and analysis systems.
This allows the user to manage quality control, traceability of the sample tubes, technical and final validation as well as run statistics on all the activities performed by the laboratory. The system simplifies the treatment of the information allowing the laboratory to work in a paper-free environment.
The Haematology laboratory must link up diverse elements such as the numeric test results from the analyzers, graphical images of cellular distribution, immune phenotype data and microscope images, among others. The process to obtain some of these data is decided with the haematology review, after a detailed review of the numerical and graphical results coming from the analyzers.
Modulab facilitates the process of validation and revision by means of a system of rules.
This system manages the production and revision of blood films or complementary tests; it treats images in a unique manner and integrates them with numeric results, s well as images of cellular distribution and from microscope.
Modulab offers a collection of features designed exclusively to deal with the particular treatment of information required by the specialties which make up the Microbiology service.
The treatment of multi-sample requests, the definition of multiples cultures, isolation categories, panels of microbial agents and registry of resistance mechanisms, the management of retention policy, CLSI tables, and specialized statistics for the treatment of microbiological results, are some of the characteristics of a system conceived to support the Microbiology service.
Sharing and exploiting the knowledge between the Microbiology service and the rest of the departments will take the laboratory into a new era in Information Management.