World-class hematology rule set combined with industry-leading Autoverification technology
Your lab understands the value of Autoverification - and the productivity gains enabled when your lab staff can focus on result exceptions.
Imagine being able to take advantage of the industry's proven Autoverification solution while having the added confidence of pre-built rules and workflows designed to support your Hematology needs. With Hematology Workflow from Instrument Manager, you can rely on a proven rule set designed for and tightly integrated with your most common Hematology instruments, so you can deliver faster and better patient care by focusing on test exceptions.
Tight instrument integration
Integration with common Hematology instruments, like Sysmex, Beckman, and MRE, allow for rapid implementation and standardization
World-class hematology rule set
Best practice rule set designed from multiple hematology implementations lets you deliver faster and better patient care by focusing on test exceptions
Faster result delivery
Virtually instantaneous delivery of results. Auto-verified results pass directly to your LIS or EMR for instant practitioner access
Save time and money
Lab staff are overburdened. With Autoverification, you’ll reduce workloads and process more results faster, saving time and money
Autoverification Data Sheet
Learn more about Autoverification from Instrument Manager - including how it supports all instrument vendors and healthcare platforms across multiple disciplines
Webinar: Vancouver Coastal Presents Autoverification in Hematology
Learn how Vancouver Coastal Gain efficiencies in workflow and decreased frequency of reporting errors with autoverification in Hematology.
Video: Get to know Hematology Workflow
Watch this short introductory video to gain key insights about the benefits Hematology Workflow can bring to your lab
Rules 101: Rule-Writing Webinar
Writing rules with Autoverification is a powerful tool for increasing efficiency in your lab. This webinar reviews the Rules Engine workspace, as well as how you can create and test basic rules