Labs

Paperless Data collection

Manage and Track Test Kits Easily

Simplify Reporting and analytics

Simple, Secure, and Speedy

One platform, all your needs; reporting, billing, and tracking.

Customer Management and Testing

On-boarding Process

Labs are notified when new providers and sponsors register, giving labs the opportunity to be in direct contact with new customers.

Easily Release and Track Test Kits

Labs are able to safely and securely release test kits out to providers and sponsors when requested.

Through an assigned barcode to each kit, labs are able to track these kits from start to finish.

The Process of Testing Through LabDash

From start to finish, the “life” of a test kit through a lab.

The lab will generate and assign barcodes through LabDash to specific providers and sponsors who have requested tests. Every user is given a unique ID, which is used to assign patients, providers, sponsors, and labs to sample barcodes.

The lab will follow their own standard procedures for delivering test kits to those who need them.

Providers and patients are responsible for entering their necessary patient and collection data into LabDash.

After tests have been administered and arrive back at the lab, a lab technician can quickly scan each sample barcode into LabDash to mark the sample as “received”.

The lab will see in their LabDash interface that each sample is connected to a patient. If a patient is linked to the scanned barcode, their initials will appear on the screen and the technician will verify that it matches what’s written on the test tube.

The lab is responsible to follow up with the provider or the patient if there was an error in collection.

This method of receiving samples is a huge time save for labs. Instead of manually entering all of each patient's information, simply scan a barcode. 

In addition, this validates the entire process and saves time down the line by avoiding costly mishaps. 

After processing the samples, lab technicians can upload the test results. To do this, the lab must create a sheet of barcodes, specimen IDs, results, and patient initials to upload into LabDash.

Before uploading, another validation measure is taken to ensure the sample has been properly identified to the correct patient.

The provider and patients will be notified that their results have been uploaded and can instantly view their results.

Labs have access to a full customizable, searchable breakdown of all data for reporting, including:

- Patient Information: name, birthdate, gender, race/ethnicity, residence, insurance

- Sample Collection Data: specimen ID, barcode, test type, collection method, result, DX code, tracking timestamps

- Provider Information: name, practice, facility, contact info.

- Sponsor Information: facility 


After creating the report, the lab can download it to be used for billing and reporting to the appropriate state or local public health department.

A huge benefit of LabDash is that it can be used as a powerful analytics tool to better understand the populations that labs are testing. Labs can configure their reporting table however they would like, searching by patient information, state, county, test information, dates, provider, and sponsor. Download the report to submit for billing and reporting as needed.

Labs can create a report that shows transaction quantities during any custom date range.

Daily transactions count the number of test kits that are released to lab customers, collected into LabDash, received by the lab, and had results uploaded.

Through this, labs can monitor their performance and throughput.

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