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State-of-the-art pathology

A new state-of-the-art laboratory system for the Black Country Pathology Service (BCPS) has been announced.

It is hoped the new laboratory information management system will reduce clinical risk and provide more complete patient history across primary and secondary care.

The new system will enable pathology services across the multiple hospital sites to work together more collaboratively than before.

CliniSys is delighted to have been selected by BCPS as their chosen IT solutions partner, having progressed through a rigorous and diligent procurement process.

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