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BENEFITS OF LIS IN BIOCHEMISTRY LAB

Dr. Raghavendra. L, MBBS,MD
Assistant Professor
Dept. Of Laboratory Medicine, AIIMS

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BENEFITS OF LIS IN BIOCHEMISTRY LAB

  1. 1. CEUTEH‘16 Dr. Raghavendra Lingaiah  MBBS, MD (LABORATORY MEDICINE) Assistant Professor, Laboratory Medicine, A.I.I.M.S
  2. 2. Dr. Raghavendra. L, MBBS,MD Assistant Professor Dept. Of Laboratory Medicine, AIIMS
  3. 3.  Management of the Information Explosion  Paper to electronic based reports  Need for quality lab report which is  Accessible  Accurate  Timely  Secure  Confidential  Private  Included in the technical requirements (5.10) of ISO 15189:2012 standards Paper- based Electronic
  4. 4.  Laboratory Information System / Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)  Computerized information management system designed for laboratories  Manages lab data from sample log-in to reporting  Interfaces with analytical instruments  Sorts and organizes data into various report formats  Stores data for future reference and use
  5. 5.  1960s - Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System (MUMPS)  1980s - Structured Query Language (SQL), relational database management systems (RDBMS) expanded the functionality and interoperability of the LIS  Today - web-based and database-centric Internet applications of laboratory informatics software
  6. 6. LIS workflow
  7. 7. Traditionally can be divided into  Pre analytical phase  Analytical phase  Post analytical phase
  8. 8.  Patient management with unique ID  Patient data tracking  Test ordering  Sample tracking with ID  Workload and Workflow management  Billing LIS workflow
  9. 9. Age not recorded Village name not recorded Results recorded in village column
  10. 10. Unidirectional/bi directional LIS Real time QC monitoring Single window operation Auto rechecks for critical parameters Sample quality information
  11. 11.  Fewer transcription errors
  12. 12. Unreadable- thick felt-tip pen used on other side Writing illegible
  13. 13.  Fewer transcription errors  Faster processing with direct instrument uploads  Multi-level checks before releasing the report  Direct report generation meeting specific requirements - Auto- verification
  14. 14.  Easy access and correlation with previous reports  Direct communication of critical values to treating physicians  Timely information to the patients for consultation  Report management
  15. 15.  Improve data management in lab to increase lab potential  Enable centralization of information  Support and enhance business processes of the lab  Take advantage of new lab information technology  Provide easy access to data
  16. 16. 17 Integrate with other sites Financial management Access control Track, analyze trends Track reports Detailed, legible reports Data retrieval options QC Error reduction
  17. 17. 18 Back-up requirements Costs: purchase and maintenance Adapting to a new system Training: time and money
  18. 18.  Evaluate LIMS capabilities  System validation/maintenance  Interfacing capabilities  Confidentiality/data integrity protection  Regulatory compliance/accreditation
  19. 19.  It improves the efficiency hence productivity.  Improve data quality (all instrument are integrated).  Saves time because the information is obtained at the snap of the button  Improve level of data access for all stakeholders of any project.  Automated customer reports (TAT, Work Load)
  • SulakshmiKurlekar

    Jun. 7, 2021

Dr. Raghavendra. L, MBBS,MD Assistant Professor Dept. Of Laboratory Medicine, AIIMS

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