PROLIS System Laboratory Outreach
Laboratory Information System Automation Components Prolis LIS System has state of the art range of fully configurable and scalable routines to full fill all your laboratory management needs on daily basis. You can browse full range of lab automation components by clicking on any left side menu link.
Prolis Bridge – LIS System Laboratory Automation Engine
Prolis Bridge is the laboratory’s Automation Engine and a component of our LIS System. The component runs on the laboratory’s servers, 24×7 in preset iterations. In each iteration, this LIS Software automation engine executes all of the hosted and pre-configured Interfaces (Prolis PDF Interfaces and HL7 Interfaces) delivering patient results to respective physicians, receiving results from all interfaced Reference Lab, delivering laboratory orders (Send Outs) to Reference Labs and processing laboratory orders received from interfaced physicians.
Prolis Laboratory Information System HL7 Interface Software
HL7 Interface, a Prolis Laboratory Information System component DLL comprising of data consuming functionality and data generating functionality, integrated with the laboratory automation engin, Prolis Bridge. HL7 Interfaces are used to communicate bidirectionally with EMRs and other Lab softwares at the reference laboratories. This universal lab interface accommodates various emr interfaces because of its modular approach. In the context of the communication with an EMR, Prolis LIS data generating capability functions to format test results of patient test orders in to HL7 Messages and the Prolis data consuming capability functions to consume test orders in the form of HL7 Message, submitted by the laboratory client’s EMR Interfaces. In the context of the communication with a laboratory software, Prolis data generating capability functions to format patient test orders being outsourced, in to HL7 messages and the Prolis data consuming capability functions to consume test results in the form of HL7 messages, submitted by the reference laboratory.
Prolis LIS System Automated FTP Client Component
Prolis FTP Client is an automated LIS System component installed usually at the physician office computer. The FTP client is available as Windows Application with a user interface and as a console application without the user interface. In either form, LIS Software FTP Client runs 24×7, exchanging order and result files between the laboratory FTP server and client computer. Files being exchanged by Prolis FTP Client, include but not limited to HL7 type and PDF files. The component with the user interface is usually under the control of the user but the one without the user interface, the user has no control of. In either case, Prolis FTP Client is reliable communication tool.
Replace conventional remote printer with our LIS Software Component ‘PROLIS-ON’
In an effort to bring a painless automation to the laboratory, conventional remote printer is replaced with our LIS Software component ‘PROLISON’ operated 100% automatically without any human interaction. Not only a person has to start the report printing process in case of the conventional remote printer installed at the client site, by a laboratory, there is a need to keep track of all clients with reports available. But with this LIS component ‘PROLISON’, the job is done automatically without any human interaction at a regular interval set by the laboratory.
LIS Software to convert laboratory report to PDF
Prolis LIS Software PDF Interface is laboratory automation tool to convert laboratory report to PDF, servicing physicians with or without EMR. As soon the patient report becomes ready, Prolis LIS PDF Interface converts it to PDF thus making it ready to be picked up by Prolis FTP Client running at the remote location (physician office). This component being tightly integrated with the Laboratory Automation Engine Prolis Bridge, provides extremely fast output, saving the laboratory all the time and resources required to print and transport the report manually. The generated PDF file is named with the Patient’s last name, first name and the laboratory’s accession ID. This naming scheme is used to identify the patient easily at the physician office end of the interface.