The LabLynx MEO solution is the perfect system to manage all of the workflows, functions and data of your MEO or other forensic lab in secure, role-based access fashion.
Performing a range of testing according to proper standards including ASCLD, CAP and others, effective management of cases, evidence, players, support for multiple user roles including tox, pathology, histology, investigators, ME, forensic, photography, removals, etc., CRM functions including facilities/funeral homes, agencies, etc. and effective reporting - these are some of the many areas of data management the forensic/MEO lab may need to address, and LabLynx provides it all. Even if you are involved in other, less common areas of forensics, like anthropological, digital, engineering, odontological or psychiatric, LabLynx provides the flexibility for you to manage your casework.
Features That Meet Your Needs
The LabLynx LIMS solutions for Forensics include the forensic version of webLIMS, a world-class full-function application that is highly flexible and delivered using state-of-the-art hybrid virtual cloud-hosting technology. It meets the highest standards of reliability and security, while delivering conveniently-accessible Medical Examiner’s Office or other forensic functionality to authorized users, according to granular, role-based profiles. Features include:
- Role-based Access and Case Management
- Agency Management
- Charge/Cause List
- Sample Type Management
- Object/Evidence Tracking
- Case Time Tracking
- Manual and automated alerts, emails, faxes and reports
- Upload/associate files (images, documentation, other)
- Integration with other systems
- Instrument Interfacing
- Access from anywhere, any time
- Secure, reliable data protection
- Web Portal - Strategically and securely share data online with authorized agencies or other departments
Compliant with Standards and Regulations That Are Important to You
LabLynx for Forensic Science fully supports all applicable standards and regulations, including:
- 42 CFR Chapter IV
- ISO/IEC Guide 25-1990
- ISO 17025
- 21 CFR part 11
- State/County regs...