Health facilities today are under constant pressure to increase performance in spite of fewer resources, less staff and tighter budgets. With 60 to 70% of medical decisions relying on in vitro diagnostics1, optimizing lab processes is a clear way to impact your bottom line with small, targeted investments.
At bioMérieux we can help you create savings through lab processes, people and technology.
Keeping staff motivated
Health facilities rely on highly-skilled professionals – for best efficiency, you need to be sure your team’s skills are being used well. Staff will be more satisfied, motivated and effective in their jobs if they can keep on top of the latest knowledge and technologies through training and education.
We have helped hundreds of labs with our full range of training courses, suited to all levels and positions.
Recurring lab challenges can slow down your productivity. What if you could integrate maximum efficiency into your workflow to achieve daily performance excellence? A Lab Performance Assessment by bioMérieux Lab Consultancy offers a comprehensive view of your current situation – and where you could be. Through the lens of your experience combined with our outside expertise, we’ll assess the three axes of performance: people, process, technology. We identify the most impactful improvement areas and propose creative solutions. In just five days together we create a custom roadmap to take you through the next steps of improvement, complete with KPIs to show the real value of these solutions.
Leverage MYLA®, the IT solution for improved communications
Rapid, seamless information sharing among labs and health institutions means clinical decisions can be based on complete information, in a timely manner. To bring you this, bioMérieux offers MYLA®, an innovative, integrated software solution. Through a unified interface, you can manage multiple instruments and multiple LIS.
MYLA® offers increased data and results traceability and enables you deliver complete, reliable information – quickly and securely – to clinicians for better patient-care decisions and faster discharges. Cost savings extend well beyond the lab. For example, if there is a hospital associated infection (HAI) outbreak, IT integration helps enable initiation of coordinated, effective responses, to contain the outbreak faster and reduce its overall economic and patient-care costs.