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Psyche Systems Corporation Signs Strategic Alliance with Siemens Healthcare to Provide Anatomic Pathology Solutions
Date:4/10/2012

MILFORD, Mass., April 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Psyche Systems Corporation has recently signed a strategic alliance with Siemens Healthcare, Malvern, Pa., under which WindoPath®, Psyche's award winning Anatomic Pathology solution, will be offered as the anatomic pathology component of NOVIUS® Lab, Siemens laboratory information system.

NOVIUS Lab provides an enterprise-wide workflow solution that is built on a contemporary architecture that is specifically designed to meet the needs of today's complex laboratories by supporting both the delivery of operations and point-of-care testing services. The integration of Siemens Soarian®, INVISION and MedSeries4® health information systems with Psyche Systems' WindoPath Anatomic Pathology solution will provide anatomic pathology capability for laboratories with bi-directional data, results, and demographic sharing as well as reporting to enhance the NOVIUS Lab solution's support of laboratory workflow.

"NOVIUS Lab has established itself as one of the top LIS solutions on the market year after year. That ranking is based in large part on the flexibility of the system to deliver the functionality needed in modern lab environments. With this alliance, customers have the ability to deploy a laboratory solution with the WindoPath best-of-breed anatomical pathology technology, which is designed to support the unique needs and workflow of the pathology lab," says Psyche's CEO, Lisa-Jean Clifford.  

For more information or to schedule a demonstration, contact us today or visit us at www.psychesystems.com.

About Psyche Systems Corporation

Since 1976, Psyche Systems has been delivering products that help laboratories of all sizes run more efficiently and cost-effectively. Psyche's WindoPath AP system is consistently recognized for its number 1 and number 2 ranking of all AP systems on the market today. Psyche'
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