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What molecular diagnostics laboratory systems offer
As personalized and predictive medicine have progressed from not-in-my-lifetime to now available, health care information technology vendors have faced the challenge of how to manage a mass of molecular data and direct molecular testing processes. CAP Today, January 2017

The LIS in our patient-centric time
The laboratory’s role in patient care has been evolving and morphing for decades, but never more so than in the last three to five years. With changes in regulation, reimbursement, test focus, and patient access to information, and especially with the rise in general of patient-centric care, the lab has become the central cog in a very strategic wheel of healthcare. Medical Laboratory Observer, January 2017

NGS for Drug Resistance
Molecular and genetic diagnostics have come a long way in a very short time. We can now sequence an individual’s genome in a fraction of the time and cost required only a decade ago. This opens the market reach significantly by providing access to the full view of a patient’s medical history and specific genomic information about the disease to be treated. Physicians can now provide the highest level of personalized care with the highest potential for successful outcomes. Advance for the Laboratory, January 2017

4 Traits Needed to be a Great Leader in 2017
Day by day, the workforce evolves due to economical, technological, and societal changes. With the constant workforce transformation is a constant need for leaders to strive for quality management tactics. Common important traits for a leader to have are confidence, transparency, and innovation, among others. However, 2017 is a new year, with new challenges, and leaders should take note of these 3 key traits and skills that will make them successful and benefit their employees this year. Direct Recruiters INC, February 2017

February/March 2017 Tech Guide: LIS, LIMS, and Middleware
This month’s issue features laboratory information systems (LIS), laboratory information management systems (LIMS), and middleware products from vendors such as Clinical Software Solutions, Orchard Software, Psyche Systems, Technidata, and Xifin. Clinical Lab Products, April 2017

The science of diagnostics
Laboratory-based testing to diagnose a patient’s disease or understand the cause of specific symptoms has traditionally centred on two spheres of laboratory testing. Clinical diagnostics is broadly concerned with the analysis of body fluids such as blood, while anatomic pathology is focused on the analysis of tissues, for example, biopsies or cellular aspirates, commented Lisa-Jean Clifford, CEO at Psyche Systems. Scientific Computing World, June 2017.

Medical Laboratory Management New and Noteworthy
Psyche Systems presents e.Monitor, a comprehensive solution for laboratories to monitor and manage all of the data integration services that send and receive data to Psyche’s laboratory information systems. Medical Laboratory Management, June 2017

The Thought Diversity Balance – Innovation in Life Sciences
In an industry that depends on innovation, it’s important to hire and retain employees that will challenge the status quo. The new buzzword on the rise is “diversity of thought” and it’s changing the way employees are hired, trained and managed. Direct Recruiters Inc. October 2016

Best-Of-Breed LIS Products Designed To Meet the Specific Needs of Laboratories: Psyche Systems Corporation
“Delivered the industry’s first hosted LPIS in 1998 and continues to lead the market.”

Outreach for operational success: How things have evolved
Laboratories of all sizes — private, reference, and hospitals — balance two main objectives: high quality testing and results along with achieving business goals and objectives. Medical Laboratory Observer, August 2016

The Thought Diversity Balance – Innovation in Life Sciences
In an industry that depends on innovation, it’s important to hire and retain employees that will challenge the status quo. The new buzzword on the rise is “diversity of thought” and it’s changing the way employees are hired, trained and managed.  Instead of hiring “yes-men”, companies are placing an emphasis on having a culture where employees do not all think alike, foster new ideas, and challenge each other to be strategic problem solvers. Life Sciences, August 2016

Sample tracking added to WindoPath, NucleoLIS
Leica Biosystems announced the integration of its Cerebro Sample Tracking System with Psyche Systems’ WindoPath and NucleoLIS products. The aim of this collaboration is to increase the efficiency and quality of laboratory pathology services by reducing the number of clicks and data-entry steps for users. CAP Today, August 2016.

Psyche Systems’ Molecular Information Management Solution (MIMS) NucleoLIS
Streamline the diagnostically diverse complexities of Molecular testing. NucleoLIS is a fully automated solution for PCR, Immunology, FISH, Karyotyping and DNA sequencing designed to support the unique workflow, deviations, reflexing and the complex reporting requirements of the Molecular lab. LabX Media Group, May 2016.

Laboratory Information Systems: Industry experts look ahead
Lisa-Jean Clifford, along with other LIS professionals speak to the future of Medical Laboratory IT. Medical Laboratory Observer, May 2016.

Survival Strategies for Laboratory Outreach Programs
Medical Laboratory Management, March 2016

Labs in the Information Age
Lisa-Jean Clifford, along with other LIS professionals speak to the future of Medical Laboratory IT. Clinical Laboratory Products, March 2016

News and Noteworthy
Psyche partners with Luminate Health to offer patient portal. Medical Lab Management,March 2016

Labs in the Information Age
LIS and LIMS are contributing value for a growing number of clinical lab operations, Clinical Lab Products, February 2016

Psyche recognized by magazine for CIOs
Psyche Systems was recently named one of the top 50 most promising health care solutions providers of 2015 by CIOReview magazine. CAP Today, January 2016

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