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. WinPath Enterprise will be deployed to five trusts, the blood transfusion service and GLIMS Genomics to the national genetics service in Belfast This significant investment will underpin the modernisation and reform of pathology services in Northern Ireland and enable future innovation.
4 October 2021
Northumbria Healthcare picks CliniSys to modernise laboratory processes within a wider digital strategy
Innovative trust will deploy WinPath Enterprise as a hosted solution and use the implementation to create clinical pathways in which diagnostics play a full role in safe and efficient patient management
16 September 2021
BBTS Annual Conference 2021
CliniSys will once again be supporting the British Blood Transfusion Society and will be sponsoring this year's virtual event from the 13th - 15th September.
13 September 2021
Introducing GLIMS Genomics Clinical
Last year, CliniSys brought its genomics LIMS to the UK, following a successful phase of development and deployment on the continent. Now, it has launched a clinical counterpart to the system. Stéphane Decap and Emma Huntridge outline the benefits of GLIMS Genomics Clinical to clinicians, laboratories, patients and their families
16 August 2021
National Virus Reference Laboratory (NVRL) moves Covid-19 testing onto WinPath Enterprise
Ireland’s leading medical virology laboratory works with Medical Supply Company (MSC), CliniSys, and the Health Service Executive (HSE) to deploy the modern laboratory information system at Backweston Laboratory Campus The move will future-proof capacity at the dedicated SARS-CoV-2 RNA testing facility and is already improving turnaround times.
12 August 2021
Strategies for faster, more efficient diagnostic services
Richard Craven, CliniSys UK chief executive, explains how regional diagnostics hubs that give clinicians access to test results of all kinds, no matter where they are carried out, could help the NHS to address some of the big challenges facing it – while improving services for patients.
11 August 2021
Healthcare Partnership Network 2021
CliniSys will be exhibiting for the first time since the pandemic at Healthcare Partnership Network on the 21st - 22nd September 2021 at Oulton Hall, Leeds.
30 June 2021
Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust improves patient care with ICE OpenNet
QE Gateshead has been using ICE OpenNet since 2008 and connects nine northern trusts including Gateshead, Newcastle, Northumbria, South Tyneside, Sunderland, Durham, North Cumbria, North Tees and South Tees. Today, ICE OpenNet enables web connectivity to multiple diverse systems, giving clinicians seamless access to a consolidated view of patients’ diagnostic test results from all organisations.
Black Country Pathology Services and CliniSys use ICE Portal to link non-connected care
Black Country Pathology Services has worked with CliniSys to create the ICE Portal, a web-based application that makes it easy for care homes, or other community care settings, to be able to order lab based Covid-19 tests and see the results.
19 May 2021
Farewell old Glasgow office, hello new Scottish base
CliniSys is leaving its old office in Sauchiehall Street and moving around the corner to Bothwell Street. Chief executive Richard Craven reflects on a bittersweet moment; one that closes a chapter on the company’s 30-year history in Scotland, while opening a new one for the long-term.
4 May 2021
South 4 Pathology Partnership picks CliniSys to support its collaborative approach to networking
Labs at four trusts in Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, and Swindon will use WinPath Enterprise to deliver a consistent, high quality and equitable service and build a platform for innovation
26 April 2021
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust moves to paper-light working with ICE
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust is leading a programme to create a single order communications and results reporting system for its staff and local GPs and to share results with its merger partner, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.