My+ care® – delivering data for care
Computerized provider order entry (CPOE) system with added value in laboratory data interpretation
- Easy-to-use, customizable, and filterable output functions with flexible results viewing formats
- Compilation of the wanted department units results and results monitoring
- Versatile results interpretation components and counters, such as TTR, HIT 4, PSA Doubling Time, PSA Density and result grading
- Adaptive user manuals
- Visual graphs for displaying and comparing laboratory test results
Test requests can be routed to My+ care from different information systems as used by other treatment units. This facilitates, for example, printing labels, recording samples, viewing Digi-ECG registrations, and using the treatment units’ test manual.
- Regional laboratory information available in accordance with data security regulations
- Safe and easy-to-use means of ordering tests and interpret the results
- Reduces slow manual processing and scope for errors
- Collates results from different specialist fields into one place
The My+ care solution allows a smooth co-operation between care units and laboratories for diagnostics information utilization in the patient care process. The user interface for the treatment unit guides the user and provides easy access to the patient diagnostics information for the disposal of physicians and nurses.
- Versatile results viewing functionalities
- Immediate support for diagnosis
- Support for multiorganizational operations’ scaling
- Rapid results communication directly to patients
CEA – mobile monitoring
PSA – mobile monitoring
INR – mobile monitoring
ePOST – e-mail
FAX – telefax
SMS – test reminders and results
Over 5,000 cancer patients received their monitoring results on their mobile phones on the same day
Mylab’s mobile monitoring service saves money and time in hospitals, and speeds up delivery of results to patients. At the same time, it ensures that any concerning results spark timely action, so that there are no unnecessary delays in diagnosing a recurrence of cancer.
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HUS Diagnostic Centre is using a comprehensive service to manage the process of cervical cancer screening – from sending out invitation letters through to reporting the results to the Finnish Cancer Registry.
“No one gets left out of further tests due to human error when the system combs through the data. Moreover, attaching a histological diagnosis to the screening result is now simpler and requires less clicks. The system only provides relevant diagnoses”