Health Network Laboratories Leverages LabDE to Provide Enhanced Patient Reporting to Non-interfaced and Interfaced Clients with Electronic Lab Results

Healthcare IT solution transforms patient information into structured, actionable data to reduce errors and improve healthcare quality

Health Network Laboratories Leverages LabDE to Provide Enhanced Patient Reporting to Non-interfaced and Interfaced Clients with Electronic Lab Results

<0> Extract SystemsRita Riehemann6418 Normandy Lane, Suite 200Madison, WI 53719608.216.7966 </0>

Extract Systems is a leading provider of advanced data capture and redaction solutions that drive operational efficiency and secure private information for government, healthcare and other commercial sectors. By transforming patient information into structured, actionable data, our healthcare solutions reduce errors, improve the quality of care and support organizations’ transition to the accountable care model.

Headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Health Network Laboratories is a multi-regional medical laboratory with technologically advanced facilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Health Network Laboratories serves the need of the public and health care communities performing more than six million clinical and anatomic pathology tests each year. They offer a full complement of clinical laboratory, anatomic pathology and forensic pathology services, including highly specialized esoteric testing to hospitals, physicians, long-term and assisted living facilities, businesses and government agencies. Health Network Laboratories is consistently rated highly by physicians, nursing homes and clients in all areas of laboratory performance and customer satisfaction.

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