Luton & Dunstable Selects CliniSys

Thursday, February 9, 2017

CliniSys has been selected by Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as their pathology IT partner to provide a laboratory information management system (LIMS) to achieve significant improvements in functionality and connectivity and to support organisational changes arising from planned Pathology services restructuring in response to the Carter Report.

Dutch hospitals are smoothing the way to future growth

Friday, September 23, 2016

As Dutch hospitals evolve new care strategies, GLIMS and CyberLab support complex, multi-site and multidisciplinary activities. This preferred LIS of Dutch hospitals and private labs is now being used in four more healthcare organisations, with proven project management creating a smooth transition…

Roper acquires CliniSys

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

The acquisition creates a more comprehensive portfolio of healthcare IT capabilities that can be leveraged by laboratories around the world.

Recent wins in France

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

CH Monaco has recently selected MIPS to provide its GLIMS laboratory information management system together with the CyberLab results reporting solution to help manage the consolidation of laboratories. In the Alsace region, we have had a number of recent successes with the Colmar hospital group and CH Selestat choosing GLIMS and CyberLab. We have also been selected by the Albiom project to support a national pilot determining interfacing standards between LIS and EPR.

The Pathology Partnership appoints Capita and CliniSys to deliver WinPath

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

The Pathology Partnership has awarded Capita Healthcare Decisions a seven year, £9.7m contract to provide laboratory information systems, and the platform to host it, to the hospitals in its shared service arrangement. Capita will work with partner CliniSys to deliver the solution. Combining the pathology laboratories of Cambridge, Ipswich, Hinchingbrooke Colchester, and West Suffolk hospitals, together with East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, the Pathology Partnership was formed in the wake of the Carter review1 which recommended that performance improvement in pathology would be driven by the consolidation of multiple acute trust pathology departments into single, managed networks.