Laboratory manager tracks testing samples using STARLIMS laboratory information management system (LIMS) for Clinical Laboratories

LIMS for Clinical Laboratories

When dealing with patient care, disease detection, and medical research, it’s critical that clinical laboratories can process patient samples quickly to generate results and provide optimal care. The Starlims‘ clinical LIMS software allows your samples to be accurately collected, handled, and processed throughout the entire specimen lifecycle. And as your specimen database grows, so does your STARLIMS solution, helping you to meet stringent regulations and maintain specimen quality.

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Collect, Track, and Study Specimens Easily

With the Clinical LIMS software, you can delineate, identify, and locate specimens within a container or in storage by using barcode scan fields, graphical tools, and other powerful query functions. Track the entire history of each specimen chronologically with electronic signatures, as well as track specimens’ home locations, due dates for return, and responsible individuals with clinical laboratory LIMS. You can use existing studies as templates for new studies or configure wizards to establish study-based reference ranges, reflexes, triggers, and reporting requirements. Our clinical laboratory information management system also allows you to easily interface with automated specimen handling systems, analytical instruments, system-to-system communications, and direct database communications.

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Enable Better Compliance and Best Practices

The Starlims Clinical LIMS Software also helps you to comply with a range of different regulatory standards, including 21 CFR Part 11, ICH, GxP, HIPAA, IRB, CAP, CLIA, ISO 17025, and ISO 9001. Capture and manage specimen and donor attributes to comply with donor preferences, the Institutional Review Board, and other regulatory requirements relating to the use of human and other tissues.