Anatomic Pathology Technology Leader PathCentral Introduces AP Anywhere® Web-Based LIS Platform

Anatomic Pathology Technology Leader PathCentral Introduces AP AnywhereWeb-Based LIS Platform

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PathCentral (), a technology-enabled company dedicated to the success of the pathology community, today introduced AP Anywhere, its bundled Anatomic Pathology Laboratory Information System (APLIS) technology offering. AP Anywhere is a web-based anatomic pathology LIS technology solution that integrates all of the critical components of a pathologist’s day-to-day operation, including test ordering, laboratory workflow management, transcription, reporting, billing, and financial management within one single, easy-to-use electronic platform.

“Our AP Anywhere APLIS platform was designed from the ground up to serve the needs of the community pathologist,” said Jaye Connolly, CEO of PathCentral. “Independent pathology practices face daunting challenges in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment, among them rising costs, declining reimbursement, increasing competition, and growing regulation. AP Anywhere delivers a streamlined, web-based APLIS solution – developed and refined over the past 13 years – that offers customers significant advantages over traditional ‘on-premises’ LIS systems.”

To help keep pace with the constantly evolving demands placed on 21 Century diagnostic practices, AP Anywhere provides PathCentral’s pathology clients with the tools they need to increase revenues, improve operating efficiencies, ensure patient safety, and become highly competitive in their local markets. The system is designed to help users to spend more time signing out cases and less time dealing with operational issues, enabling them to focus on profit generation, while lowering expenses.

PathCentral’s AP Anywhere platform consists of a state-of-the-art suite of advanced features:

Through its comprehensive suite of products and services, PathCentral provides independent community-based pathologists with the tools they need to increase revenues, improve operating efficiencies, ensure patient safety, and become highly competitive in their local markets. With its blend of leading edge IT web computing technology and global connectivity, PathCentral intends to enable pathologists around the world to grow, thrive and more effectively meet the demands of 21 Century diagnostic medicine. For more information, please visit ; for information on the PathCentral Pathology Network, visit .

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