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Airclic Introduces Clinical Perform™
Date:4/29/2010

New mobile software product for clinical laboratory industry to improve operational efficiencies, reduce errors and boost quality of service

Trevose, PA (PRWEB) April 29, 2010 -- Airclic, a global provider of mobile software products that improve the performance of supply chain, logistics and field service operations, today introduced Clinical Perform, a SaaS-based mobile software product designed to maximize operational efficiencies, improve workflow productivity and offer extremely valuable insight into the chain of custody between patients, clinics and labs.

“Due to population growth and the development of new tests, the volume of clinical laboratory testing is growing exponentially, resulting in increased risk for lost specimens, missed specimen pickups and reduced customer satisfaction,” said Rick Pontin, CEO of Airclic. “Hundreds of companies have already benefited from our technology, gaining real-time visibility into their operations. Based on this success and industry expertise, we’ve developed a unique product in Clinical Perform that is cost-effective, low-risk and extremely useful.”

Airclic’s Clinical Perform is comprised of a series of industry-specific features and functionality that offer proof-of-delivery, chain-of-custody, sophisticated reporting and the ability to track specimens in real-time. As a result, clinics and labs gain visibility into when a specimen has been picked up at the lab, arrived at the testing facility or collected by a medical specimen transport organization – leading to rapid ROI and a significant edge over competitors.

Specifically designed for hospitals, clinics, labs, independent physicians and home healthcare providers, Clinical Perform is the second in Airclic’s Perform Product line of proven, reliable, device agnostic, easy to use industry solutions that automate work flow and de
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