A Laboratory Information System (LIS) is a software solution designed to manage and streamline the operations of medical and clinical laboratories.

A Radiology Information System (RIS) is a specialized software system designed to manage and streamline the operations of radiology departments and imaging centers within healthcare facilities



Laboratory Information System

Laboratory Platform promotes success. Comprised of LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) and ELN (Electronic Laboratory Notebook) functioning as an integrated single solution, entirely on open standards. This provides the best solution to current requirements and also enables the system to be readily adapted as your business needs change. Our commitment to open standards also means that the LabWare solution will be compatible with your existing computing environment and that you can be confident it will adapt to the future.

LabWare's Enterprise Laboratory Platform encompasses all of the traditional LIMS and ELN concepts and extends them even further by adding complementary capabilities and technologies. Most importantly, it does so with complete and seamless integration. The result is a single system that meets the diverse needs of the modern laboratory. LabWare customers commonly realize the following benefits from the use of the Laboratory Enterprise platform

Reduced costs and improved efficiency

Improved transparency to lab work status

Flexibility to accommodate new requirements

Improved quality and compliance

Radiology Information System

A radiology information system (RIS) is a networked software system for managing medical imagery and associated data. A RIS is especially useful for tracking radiology imaging orders and billing information, and is often used in conjunction with PACS and VNAs to manage image archives, record-keeping and billing.

A radiological information system (RIS)[1] is the core system for the electronic management of imaging departments. The major functions of the RIS can include patient scheduling, resource management, examination performance tracking, examination interpretation, results distribution, and procedure billing.[2] RIS complements HIS (hospital information systems) and PACS (picture archiving and communication system), and is critical to efficient workflow to radiology practices.

Radiological information systems commonly support the following features:

Patient registration and scheduling

Patient list management

Modality interface using worklists

Workflow management within a department of radiology

Request and document scanning

Digital reporting and paper-formatted export functionality