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sLis Enterprise Solution

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A sLis Enterprise® solution is a synthesis based on our sLis Platform combined with the appropriate sLis Modules configured properly via sLis Toolkit and integrated with 3rd party applications.

The basis of our system is sLis Platform, a sophisticated and innovative information management system designed to offer:

sLis a modern user-friendly interface that assists users to navigate through the system, ensuring the efficient perform of the daily routine work

sLis a system management facility with great potentials that enables organisations to independently adapt their workflow, simply by setting and modifying general application parameters, print management rules, monitoring results procedures and document control functions

sLis an open modular architecture which allows the incorporation of new international standards or specially developed functionalities, required by the environment or organization rules

sLis  a contemporary database model which provides optimized performance, data integrity and availability

sLis  a powerful and extended security schema which guarantees safety and accuracy and provides the required confidentiality and auditability of personal health information.

sLis a document configuration embedded tool that allows the customization of the document structure and layout design, without any knowledge of advanced programming or macro languages, simply by applying “drag and drop” techniques

sLis  a native communication management tool which facilitates the Interoperability with external third party applications and environments and creates links with systematic adaptation of analysis equipment, via HL7, ASTM, file transfer, web services and direct database communications.

sLis  an advanced reporting tool that produces comprehensive reporting and statistics in order to support any business operation or decision

sLis  an effective support for laboratory standard operating procedures (SOPs) allowing both a test-related direct compilation of the SOPs and the input of existing quality management documentation