Medicus Laboratory Information Systems Partners with Neighbors Emergency Center to Deliver Accurate, Cost-Effective, and Seamless Laboratory Data Management Solutions

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Medicus LIS, a laboratory information systems firm, is proud to announce that its relationship with Texas-based Neighbors Emergency Center (NEC) has resulted in the successful installation of numerous Medicus systems throughout NEC’s network of emergency care facilities. NEC recognized their need to more effectively manage their laboratory data and collaborated with Medicus to create a solution that would best meet their requirements.

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We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work together with NEC to design a laboratory information solution that is uniquely fine-tuned to help them reach their goals, said Karen Bornstein, President of Medicus Laboratory Information Systems.

Medicus offers innovative, intuitive, flexible and cost-effective laboratory information systems. They have simplified laboratory data management with seamless connectivity between laboratory instruments and Electronic Medical Records (EMR). Whether you need a simple way to connect your laboratory to your EMR or a comprehensive laboratory information system, Medicus offers products that help create a paperless environment, save time and reduce errors. With their proven experience and expertise, Medicus has customized their systems to meet the needs specific to Emergency Centers.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work together with NEC to design a laboratory information solution that is uniquely fine-tuned to help them reach their goals”, said Karen Bornstein, President of Medicus Laboratory Information Systems. “Neighbors Emergency Center is at the forefront of patient care and we congratulate them on taking the steps to implement an electronic system that meets today’s requirements for patient electronic medical records,” she said.

Neighbors Emergency Center has redefined free-standing emergency centers by providing the same level of access and services as a hospital-based emergency room. Their various locations increase the availability of quality, patient-centered emergency care throughout the state of Texas. NEC plans to continue to roll-out Medicus systems throughout their network of emergency care facilities, enabling them to enhance their data management system throughout their network. “Medicus understands our needs and provides us with the highest level of 24/7 customer support,” said Lauren Cotton, Chief Nursing Officer of NEC. “Together, we’ve created a product that helps us keep our labs running smoothly and efficiently,” she continued.

About Medicus Laboratory Information Systems
Medicus Laboratory Information Systems is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Their systems are designed to make laboratory data management easy, accurate and cost-effective. By offering excellent support and flexibility, Medicus meets the needs of today’s dynamic healthcare environment. Their team is dedicated to offering customers consultative support, balancing laboratory data management with information technology – a unique combination that provides strong partnerships with their customers. Medicus Laboratory Information Systems are utilized in physician offices, urgent care, stand-alone ER’s and specialty laboratories worldwide.

To learn more about how Medicus Laboratory Information Systems can help make laboratory data management simple, please visit medicuslis.com or call 888.643.8081.

About Neighbors Emergency Center
Neighbors Emergency Center has redefined the emergency room experience with short wait times, board certified physicians, and private, relaxing exam rooms for adults and children. Neighbors makes going to the emergency room more convenient and less stressful. Neighbors Emergency Center’s philosophy is that the best medical care begins with patient centered efforts, which includes personalized care plans and physicians who take the time to answer each and every question.

To learn more about Neighbors Emergency Center or to find a location, please visit http://www.nec24.com.

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