New laboratory information system

10th June 2016

Posted By Paul Boughton

TDNexLabs facilitates lab management and decision-making

New laboratory information system

Technidata has launched its next-generation laboratory information system, TDNexLabs. Developed in close collaboration with major field contributors, this new product has been designed to improve quality of care and laboratory performance.

TDNexLabs draws on the company's 40 years of experience in the field of pathology informatics and close collaboration with users from around the world. “Through our partnership with Technidata we have actively participated in the design of the solution and contributed to orienting its development to meet our everyday needs. This rewarding experience has allowed us to benefit from custom-made solutions, and for Technidata to develop and offer software that is fine-tuned to users’ needs,” explains Claire Daurel, pathologist at the University training hospital in Caen.

With TDNexLabs as the flagship product of the Livextens suite, Technidata offers a new system that fully meets the challenges faced by the medical pathology sector: from the merging of technical platforms, escalating data volumes, business intelligence, to evolving medical and technological regulatory requirements.

“To better manage the ever-increasing data volumes that need processing, we appreciate being able to rely on such a reliable, powerful and scalable product as TDNexLabs,” explains Frédérique Grandhomme, pathologist at the University training hospital in Caen.

The TDNexLabs software facilitates laboratory management and decision-making: it offers users a real-time view of key indicators present on the interactive dashboard, along with advanced analytical and statistical tools regardless of the complexity of the organisation in which it is deployed.

“The capacity of TDNexLabs to manage complex, multidisciplinary and multisite organisations allows it to effortlessly adapt to the evolution of large organisations. From patient confidentiality through to sharing patient files or expert rules, every base has been covered to optimise laboratory performance and contribute to improving the quality of care and patient safety. In complex environments both the ease of use as well integration with existing systems is of prime importance”, adds Charlotte Latron, TDNexLabs product manager.

“The extended interoperability of TDNexLabs, which is based on HL7 standards, facilitates its integration into existing systems and connection to automated laboratory workflows. This feature is essential to us. The single database and new tools simplify installation, maintenance and system backup, and simultaneously optimise performance to guarantee operational continuity,” concludes Guillaume Bazin, IT engineer at the University training hospital in Caen. 

TDNexLabs furthermore facilitates laboratory accreditation to meet ISO 15189 requirements thanks to its audit system, document management and non-conformity management modules. The software ensures precise quality control and comprehensive traceability.





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