CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#COVID19--As laboratories prepare for an influx of testing due to COVID-19, SCC has established a rapid implementation of 90-days or less to onboard and accelerate COVID-19 tests.
SCC’s Rapid Implementation process gets laboratories up and running within 90-days in order to support the rapid growth of current testing within the healthcare marketplace. Starting with identifying the client’s goals, such as to minimize manual data entry/electronic documentation or to increase productivity via automation, the idea for many is to streamline the current processes to accelerate resulting as testing increases exponentially as months go on.
Through SCC’s best practice workflows and model framework, the goal of SCC’s implementation process is for laboratories to shorten timeframes allowing for quick adaptation ultimately to speed up the ability for testing and resulting. By placing the software directly into the hands of the laboratorian, this allows for quick adaptation of the user-engagement which ultimately speeds up the testing results. Clients utilizing the cloud based SoftLIMS application can support specimen processing and testing automation from order intake whether it be electronic, drive-thru testing center, web-based order, or even paper-based requisition. This SoftLIMS solution which supports molecular testing within the application has accelerated results, reducing the amount of manual labor, therefore increasing turnaround times.
“Through SCC’s best practice workflow and model framework, we have remained the leading experts in the industry for over 40 years. Within our 90-day rapid implementation, laboratories are able to handle the influx of testing in order to provide expedited results.”
Gilbert Hakim, CEO SCC Soft Computer
SoftLIMS is a low-cost, cloud based configurable solution designed to provide software support for day-to-day operational automation in clinical, environmental, research, bio banking, and other environments. SoftLIMS includes pre-configured best practices and workflows for a number of laboratories, from chemistry and hematology labs, to more complex molecular or genomic labs.
SCC’s information management systems are flexible and versatile, and through the company's best practices and model framework, they maintain a history of success implementing their systems in large-scale, multisite healthcare organizations with software in use at many of the world’s most renowned academic medical institutions.
“With 40 years’ experience, SCC has a broad base of implementation knowledge. Our products are fully integrated and encompass a wide range of elements from physician portals to courier tracking to blood services—including clinical pathology, anatomic pathology, and genetics information systems, and all SCC systems are designed and developed by SCC architects and programmers. We’re considered a pioneer in the healthcare IT industry, and our multisite capabilities are well known in the marketplace. We understand that the selection of a new LIS must be a well thought out process, and we have confidence in our software and implementation strategies,” said SCC’s CEO, Mr. Gilbert Hakim.
About SCC Soft Computer
At the forefront of laboratory, genetics, outreach, and blood services information systems software development, since 1979, SCC Soft Computer has designed, developed, delivered, supported, and implemented full suites of powerful integrated laboratory and genetics information management system solutions for hospitals, large integrated delivery networks, and laboratories. To learn more, visit softcomputer.com/.
Ms. Ellie Vahman
SCC Soft Computer