City of Hope Achieves Bidirectional Lab Integration with Quest and LabCorp

We thoroughly enjoyed working with Galen on our lab interfaces project. They were experienced and guided us with expertise from start to finish. With the help of Galen we were able to implement bi-directional lab interfaces that not only meet but exceed the expectations of our clinicians. As a multi-site cancer specialty we rely heavily on lab work for our patients. With the help of Galen we have been able to significantly reduce the turn-around time to receive the clinical data required to deliver the best possible care to our patients.
-Glen Zhou, Senior Clinical Systems Analyst, City of Hope Medical Foundation

We recently assisted one of our clients—a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center – in standing up bidirectional lab integration with Quest and LabCorp. The project offered an additional layer of complexity in that the compendiums for the labs had to be synchronized. The project lasted 6 months in duration, culminating in a big-bang go-live in October 2012. The client now has versatility in the number of labs their end users can leverage, seamlessly integrate with, and reap the compelling benefits of bidirectional lab integration.

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