The LIS is getting more complex. Now that automated chemistry, immunoassay and molecular diagnostics systems have moved into the mainstream, clinical labs now must decide how best to incorporate mass spec tools into their institutions' existing test processes and information systems. To date, integration with LIS/HIS infrastructure has been a challenge. Automated data review of lab results has been a cornerstone in efforts to improve patient safety, patient health outcomes, and lab efficiency. Find out now what your current options are for mass spec/LIS connectivity, as learn best practice considerations for automating MS data review.
Speaker Presentation Description
Judith A. (Judy) Stone, PhD, MT (ASCP), DABCC worked as a CLS in San Jose, CA, and then obtained her doctorate at the University of Toronto. She served a fellowship in Clinical Chemistry was at the University of Minnesota Hospital. She has since served as Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Clinical Chemistry at the University of Connecticut Health Center, and as Assistant Professor and Director of the Core, Immunology and Toxicology Laboratories at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
This conference is intended for laboratory administrators, directors, and managers; pathologists; clinicians; and laboratory IT specialists involved in the integration of mass spec tools and laboratory information systems.