CliniSys to provide single laboratory information system for Northern Ireland
CliniSys will replace the seven IT systems used by Northern Ireland’s hospital trusts’ pathology disciplines and the Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion service with a single instance of WinPath Enterprise....
Black Country Pathology Services deploys WinPath Enterprise to realise its vision of a ‘world class’ laboratory network
This case study provides an overview of how the successful deployment of WinPath Enterprise has aided in the realisation of Lord Carters vision for network pathology service at BCPS.
CliniSys acquires HORIZON Lab Systems
Acquisition extends CliniSys capabilities into new and complementary market sectors serving environmental, water quality testing, public health, toxicology, and agriculture.
5 January 2022
How can the NHS best maximise the efficiency of diagnostic services
An HSJ roundtable with a select panel, in association with CliniSys, discussed potential roadblocks to further improving efficiency in diagnostics.
14 December 2021
Looking back, moving forward
Richard Craven, chief executive of CliniSys, reviews 2021 and considers how the ongoing impact of Covid-19 and the rapid formation of pathology networks will impact the company in 2022. He also pauses to unwrap a ‘Christmas present’; the VUE diagnostic console that enables clinicians to report and view test results alongside many other sources of patient information.
9 December 2021
Tallaght University Hospital upgrades pathology systems and goes live with the CliniSys Integrated Clinical Environment (ICE)
Major Dublin teaching hospital rolls out order communications and results reporting as part of a digital transformation project Development will enable phlebotomists to collect blood and order tests at the patient bedside, improving efficiency and safety
29 November 2021
Growing the company, growing trees
CliniSys has set up an environmental, social and governance (ESG) group, and one of its first ideas was to plant a tree for every new employee. We thought it was such a lovely idea, we decided to plant a whole lot more…
18 November 2021
Lab Awards 2021
CliniSys won 2 Lab News Lab Awards 2021 for “Most impactful collaboration with the public sector” and "Most impactful laboratory informatics solution" with the SI-DEP project in France.
17 November 2021
Scarborough Hull York Pathology Service plans CliniSys LIMS and ICE deployments
WinPath Enterprise will support an innovative, distributed model of working. Integration with a single instance of the Integrated Clinical Environment (ICE) will create a seamless, end to end service for clinicians and patients.
15 November 2021
Digital Pathology & AI Congress: Europe 2021
CliniSys is delighted to be supporting this year’s Digital Pathology & AI Congress: Europe, which will be held at the London Heathrow Marriott Hotel on the 1st & 2nd of December 2021.
5 November 2021
One Dorset pathologists ‘go above and beyond’ for big-bang deployment of CliniSys WinPath Enterprise
Pathology network sees go-live for its new laboratory information system and becomes the first in the country to use the cloud-based Specimen Processing module. One Dorset Pathology’s domain experts will now support a wider LIMS roll-out to six neighbouring trusts in the south of England
21 October 2021
LabPinnacle 2 – Beyond LIMS: The Value of Coordinated Orders and Results Management
The Value of Coordinated Orders and Results Management for Outreach & Ambulatory Laboratory Testing. Extending lab reach beyond hospital walls works best with the integration of specialized surrounding solutions.
11 October 2021
Reliable Hosting Helps CliniSys Fulfil NHS Vision for Efficient Pathology Networks
Following the NHS’s drive to consolidate pathology services into efficient regional hub and spoke networks, CliniSys needed a hosting partner they could trust implicitly. Moving to Telefónica Tech’s secure managed hosting, delivered the resilience, scalability, and security demanded by the NHS and essential for CliniSys to successfully run 10 of the newly formed networks.