InterSystems Corporation

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InterSystems Corporation
Type Incorporated
Industry Health informatics
Laboratory informatics
Founder(s) Phillip T. Ragon
Headquarters One Memorial Drive
Cambridge, Massachusetts
, U.S.
Number of locations 34
Area served Worldwide
Products
Website InterSystems.com
LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/6959

InterSystems Corporation develops and distributes enterprise, infrastructural, healthcare, and laboratory informatics software.


History

In 2015, InterSystems began to slowly release information about a new laboratory information system (LIS) that would be marketed as a "laboratory business management system (LBMS)." The company stated "modern, agile information systems that enable the laboratory to capture, share, analyse and act upon vast amounts of detailed data will be required to run a smart business," and the LBMS would helps solve that.[1] The LBMS would allegedly improve interconnection of a lab to the healthcare system, provide more comprehensive patient records, offer data analysis tools, and provide enterprise resource planning (ERP) functionality.[2] The product will be called TrakCare Lab Enterprise, and several demonstrations across the United Kingdom were scheduled in April 2016.[3] As of March 31, 2016, it's not clear if the product will be available in the U.S. and if so when.

Technology and products

HealthShare, TrakCare, and TrakCare Lab Enterprise

HealthShare is strategic health information exchange software designed to interconnect hospitals and integrated delivery networks, as well as regional and national health information exchanges.[4]

TrakCare is a modular LIS-like health informatics system "empowers you to deliver seamless patient care across your organization, improving safety, efficiency, and patient experience."[5] Much of the clinical LIS functionality resides in the "TrakCare CIS Foundation" module of the software.[6]

TrakCare Lab Enterprise is LIS-like software (marketed as a "laboratory business management system [LBMS]") that "makes your laboratory an information-driven, connected business."[7]

Features

Product: TrakCare
Experiment, patient, and data management
Sample login and management?Y[6]
Sample tracking?
Sample and/or result batching?
Task and event scheduling?Y[6]
Option for manual result entry?Y[6]
Multiple data viewing methods?Y[6]
Configurable templates and forms?Y[6]
Data and trend analysis?
Data and equipment sharing?
Data mining?
Customizable fields and/or interface?
Query capability?
Import data?
Internal file or data linking?Y[6]
External file or data linking?
ELN support or integration?
Export data to MS Excel?
Raw data management?
Data warehouse?
Project and/or task management?Y[6]
Test, experiment, and/or trial management?Y[6]
Inventory management?
Document and/or image management?Y[6]
Patient and case management?Y[6]
Workflow management?Y[6]
Specification management?
Customer and physician management?
Billing and revenue management?Y[6]
Quality, security, and compliance
Regulatory compliance?
QA / QC functions?Y[6]
Performance evaluation?
Audit trail?Y[6]
Chain of custody?
Configurable roles and security?Y[6]
Data normalization?
Data validation?Y[6]
Data encryption?
Version control?Y[6]
Automatic data backup?
Environmental monitoring?
Reporting, barcoding, and printing
Custom reporting?Y[6]
Synoptic reporting?
Report printing?Y[6]
Label support?
Barcode and/or RFID support?Y[6]
Export to PDF?Y[6]
Export to MS Word?
Export to HTML and/or XML?
Fax integration?Y[6]
Email integration?Y[6]
Base functionality
Administrator management?Y[6]
Modular?
Instrument interfacing and management?Y[6]
Mobile device integration?
Third-party software integration?Y[6]
Alarms and/or alerts?Y[6]
Work-related time tracking?
Voice recognition system?
External monitoring?
Messaging?Y[6]
Commenting?Y[6]
Multilingual?
Network-capable?
Web client or portal?
Online or integrated help?
Software as a service delivery model?
Usage-based cost?
Industries served
industry-neutral
Product: TrakCare Lab Enterprise
Sample, inventory, and data management
Sample login and management?Y[7]
Sample tracking?Y[7]
Sample and/or result batching?
Task and event scheduling?Y[8]
Option for manual result entry?Y[7]
Multiple data viewing methods?
Data and trend analysis?Y[7]
Data and equipment sharing?
Customizable fields and/or interface?
Query capability?
Import data?
Internal file or data linking?
External file or data linking?
ELN support or integration?
Export data to MS Excel?
Raw data management?
Data warehouse?
Deadline control?
Production control?
Project and/or task management?
Inventory management?
Document creation and/or management?
Case management?
Workflow management?
Specification management?
Customer and supplier management?Y[8]
Billing management?Y[8]
Quality, security, and compliance
Regulatory compliance?Y[7]
QA / QC functions?Y[8]
Performance evaluation?
Audit trail?
Chain of custody?
Configurable roles and security?
Data normalization?
Data validation?
Data encryption?
Version control?
Automatic data backup?
Environmental monitoring?
Reporting, barcoding, and printing
Custom reporting?Y[7]
Report printing?
Label support?
Barcode support?
Export to PDF?
Export to MS Word?
Export to HTML and/or XML?
Fax integration?
Email integration?
Base functionality
Administrator management?Y[7]
Modular?
Instrument interfacing and management?Y[7]
Mobile device integration?
Alarms and/or alerts?
Work-related time tracking?
Voice recognition system?
External monitoring?
Messaging?
Multilingual?
Network-capable?
Web client or portal?
Online or integrated help?
Software as a service delivery model?
Usage-based cost?
Industries served
biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, life sciences, pathology, public health and service

Pricing

Demonstration videos and other media

Additional information

References

  1. Wilkinson, M. (August 2015). "Transformation in the laboratory market drives systems innovation" (PDF). Pathology in Practice. http://www.intersystems.com/assets/Pathology_In_Practice_Aug15_Transformation_in_the_laboratory.pdf. Retrieved 31 March 2016. 
  2. "Introducing the world’s first Laboratory Business Management System" (PDF). InterSystems Corporation. September 2015. http://www.intersystems.com/assets/TrakCare_LBMS_flyer.pdf. Retrieved 31 March 2016. 
  3. "Going Beyond LIMS Seminar: The Journey from LIMS to LBMS". InterSystems Corporation. 2015. http://www.intersystems.com/uk/going-beyond-lims-the-journey-from-lims-to-lbms/. Retrieved 31 March 2016. 
  4. "HealthShare Unified Care Record". InterSystems Corporation. https://www.intersystems.com/products/healthshare/. Retrieved 07 January 2019. 
  5. "TrakCare". InterSystems Corporation. https://www.intersystems.com/products/trakcare/. Retrieved 07 January 2019. 
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 6.18 6.19 6.20 6.21 6.22 6.23 6.24 6.25 6.26 6.27 6.28 6.29 "Architecture". InterSystems Corporation. https://www.intersystems.com/products/trakcare/#architecture. Retrieved 07 January 2019. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 "TrakCare Lab Enterprise". InterSystems Corporation. https://www.intersystems.com/products/trakcare/trakcare-lab-enterprise/. Retrieved 07 January 2019. 
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 "TrakCare Lab Enterprise: Go Beyond the Limits of LIMS" (PDF). InterSystems Corporation. October 2016. https://www.intersystems.com/isc-resources/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/01/TrakCare_Lab_Enterprise.pdf. Retrieved 07 January 2019.