DMF Systems team continue to deliver during COVID-19 Pandemic
Like everyone else in the country the team at DMF Systems are in awe of the amazing frontline healthcare staff that are working tirelessly on behalf of the people of this country and we would like to express our deep and continuing gratitude to all of them.
As Healthcare Informatics specialists we are keenly aware of the supporting role we play in enabling our frontline healthcare workers to perform their duties as effectively as possible, particularly during this challenging time.
We are fortunate to have been able to move our entire team to work remotely, from home, in accordance with HSE advice – and thankfully we have been able to do this without any disruption to the support, implementation and development services that we provide to our customers.
A quick reminder – for any software support issues the most efficient way to log calls is to email email@example.com.
Our Implementation, Support and Development teams have been working extremely hard over the past number of weeks in response to the current crisis. One of our customers being the National Virus Reference Laboratory (NVRL); in response to the huge increase in laboratory testing we have been called upon to rapidly implement a further 7 additional LIS2LIS interfaces on top of the 22 LIS2LIS Interfaces already in place Nationally.
The LIS2LIS solution delivers the automated integration between the NVRL and hospital laboratories throughout the country. The LIS2LIS implementations allow test requests and results to be delivered to and from the Hospital Laboratory Information System (LIS), to and from the NVRL using the secure, encrypted MediBRIDGE communications infrastructure.
Ultimately the implementations allow the NVRL to deliver a greater throughput as the need for manual data entry is eliminated. For the referring hospital the LIS2LIS implementation also provides for the efficient, safe capture of results; with the added benefit of speeding up result delivery.
We would like to wish everybody the very best at this time and would encourage you and your family to stay safe and continue to follow HSE advice.