CLMA KnowledgeLab 2015
Visit Lattice at Booth #429 at the CLMA KnowledgeLab 2015 Convention and see our latest Specimen Collection product updates, and all our new products including Specimen Collection for Pathology (patent pending), which provides a full container labeling and tracking system for the OR and outpatient facilities.
Visit Lattice at Booth #5422 at the HIMSS15 Convention and see the full MediCopia application suite, including Specimen Collection, Transfusion, Medication, Milk, Dietary Match and Anatomic Pathology.
Visit Lattice at Booth #1028 at the 104th Annual Meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology and see our new products including Specimen Collection for Pathology (patent pending), which provides a full container labeling and tracking system for the OR and outpatient facilities.
Lattice, Inc is pleased to announce that Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine, FL, purchased Lattice’s 510(k) FDA Cleared Transfusion Administration system. This complements their suite of existing MediCopia applications which includes Specimen Collection and Breast Milk.
Lattice, Inc announces the signing of an agreement with Mayo Clinic Health System to implement barcode scanning and specimen labeling printing at the bedside at all twelve of their regional facilities located in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Lattice, Inc announces the signing of an agreement with Salem Health, Salem, OR, to implement handheld technology that will bring barcode scanning and printing to the bedside. Salem Heath includes Salem Hospital, Salem Regional Rehabilitation Center, and West Valley Hospital in Dallas, OR.
Our Medication Administration software module ensures the Five Rights of Medication Administration and reduces the risks associated with administering the wrong medications to the wrong patient.
We’re delighted to say that the Allscripts/Eclipsys migration was a success and Flagler was able to continue the use of MediCopia without additional user training or capital expenditures for handheld hardware or servers.
Lattice, Inc. announces the signing of an agreement with Lutheran Medical Center (LMC), Brooklyn, NY, to implement handheld technology that will bring barcode scanning and printing to the bedside.
April 9, 2013 - Thorek Medical Center Selects Lattice MediCopia Handheld Technology to Implement Positive Patient Identification
Lattice, Inc announces the signing of an agreement with Thorek Medical Center (TMC) to implement our MediCopia specimen collection technology that will bring barcode scanning and printing to the bedside.
January 23, 2013 - St. Bernard Hospital Selects Lattice MediCopia Handheld Technology to Implement Positive Patient identification
Lattice, Inc announced the signing of an agreement with St. Bernard Hospital (SBH), Chicago, IL, to implement MediCopia, the nation's leading Specimen Collection system, that brings barcode scanning and printing to the bedside.
October 5, 2012 - Shasta Regional Medical Center Selects Lattice’s MediCopia Specimen Collection System
Lattice, Inc announced the signing of an agreement with Shasta Regional Medical Center (SRMC), Redding, CA, to implement handheld technology that will bring barcode scanning and printing to the bedside.
September 30, 2012 - Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center Selects Lattice’s MediCopia Specimen Collection System
Lattice, Inc. announced the signing of an agreement with Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center (PSJMC), Joliet, IL. PSJMC is a 480 bed facility and chose Lattice’s MediCopia product line as a means to implement positive patient identification that eliminates patient and specimen identification errors, improves workflow, and enhances caregiver productivity. PSJMC is part of Presence Health, a family of 12 not-for-profit Catholic healthcare services with locations in Chicago and East-Central Illinois..
Lattice, Inc is pleased to announce the introduction of its Specimen Collection System catering to PPID applications in the Pathology and OR departments and will be displayed for the first time at the National Society for Histotechnology conference in Vancouver, BC , on September 28-October 3, 2012.
Swedish Covenant Hospital went live with Lattice’s MediCopia specimen collection system in December of 2007. Swedish Covenant is a 300 bed facility serving residents of Chicago's north and northwestern communities. Swedish Covenant is a Meditech Magic site. The implementation of MediCopia has been very successful and has eliminated specimen labeling errors. In an effort to further improve their communication and workflow, Swedish Covenant purchased Lattice’s Instant Messaging module.
Lattice, Inc announces that Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine, FL, purchased and implemented Lattice’s latest product introduction, MediCopia Milk. In May of 2008, Flagler Hospital went live with our MediCopia specimen collection and management system. Flagler Hospital is a Meditech Magic site and is decentralized so nursing is drawing all of the bloods and non-bloods. MediCopia Milk provides Flagler with the same error reduction in NICU milk matching as they have experienced with specimen collection.
Lattice, Inc announces that UMass Memorial Health Care (UMHC) in Worcester, MA, has selected Lattice as their specimen collection vendor. Lattice’s MediCopia product line was chosen as a means to implement positive patient identification that complies with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) new Positive Patient Identification (PPID) requirements.
The College of American Pathologists “CAP” confirms that it is no longer a requirement to have two nurses present in a patient’s room to verbally read-back pertinent information matching the patient’s identity and blood bags if the hospital has implemented an electronic PPID system.
January 9, 2012 - Lattice, Inc Receives FDA 510(k) Approval for Its Transfusion Safety Management System
Lattice, Inc is pleased to announce its Transfusion Safety Management System (TSMS) has received 510(k) approval from the FDA. MediCopia Transfusion interfaces to the hospital’s blood bank system and automatically downloads transfusion orders onto handheld computers, WOWs, or desktops. For those Lattice customers who have already implemented MediCopia Specimen, the nation’s leading specimen collection system, and plan on doing the same with our Transfusion Safety Management System, they will take full advantage of our unique integration capabilities. Nursing will be able to access a specific patient’s order list and view orders across disciplines (e.g., blood, non-bloods, transfusion). This avoids the unnecessary task of having to log in and out of applications which are cumbersome and time consuming.
February 15, 2011 - Lattice Implements MediCopia® at All Southern California Kaiser Medical Facilities
Lattice, Inc is pleased to announce the successful implementation of MediCopia, the nation’s leading specimen collection solution, at all thirteen Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers in Southern California. The implementation began in October 2010 and was completed by the end of December 2010.