LOINC AdoptersUp one level
Organizations, institutions, and other LOINC adopters. Not certified or otherwise verified - just offered here for reference.
Humana, Inc., has been using LOINC in their clinical laboratory database since 2000.
We plan to use the LOINC as the basis of the codetables used in our application to describe objects and facilitate HL7 compliance.
We are using LOINC in HL7 messages from the Laboratory Information Management System to other information systems within our agency.
The Indian Health Service (IHS), an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services, is responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives. The IHS provides a comprehensive health service delivery system for approximately 1.9 million American Indians and Alaska Natives who belong to 562 federally recognized tribes in 35 states. The IHS Office of Information Technology will begin a comprehensive LOINC project to assign correct LOINC codes to laboratory tests and test results in their hospital information systems to comply with CMS 'meaningful use' mandates and agency interoperability mandates.
Informedika provides secure ordering and results portal as part of the overall practice workflow management solution.
We are using it as part of HL7 messages to send medical information to our Clinical Fail (ECE) in services such as Laboratory, Blood Bank, Transfusion Service, and soon in Hemodialysis service; all of this are called Integral Services. We are considering including them for clinical notes at hospitalization and external service.
Intellicure uses LOINC codes in IntelliTrak, our electronic medical records application. We use them as a codebase during data capture to facilitate interoperability with CDA, CDA4CDT, CCD, and C32 documents.
IRG Informatics offers a variety of services using both the international LOINC standard as well as the adaptation of the Canadian Approved Standard for LOINC, pCLOCD. Resources include LOINC Subject Matter experts with considerable mapping and maintenance experience and a depth of clinical and lab experience which covers all lab domains as well as established working relationships with Regenstrief and Infoway. Services include LOINC to local LIS test catalogue mapping, LOINC to LIS code map maintenance and update analysis as well as auditing for existing LOINC to LIS code maps. IRG has developed workflow and change control processes to support large or small mapping projects. IRG is a Canadian based health, social science and justice information management company providing strategic, implementation, auditing, benefits evaluation, governance consulting, and subject matter experts support electronic health records development in Canada since 2004 and the US since 2005.
Kern Valley Healthcare District (KVHD) is coding laboratory terms in their Electronic Medical Record system (CPSI version 19) for interoperability with EMR systems of other providers. KVHD is also implementing LOINC for electronic reporting of reportable-disease findings and for compliance with the requirements of Meaningful Use Stage 2.
LabCorp provides medical laboratory tests and services through a national network of primary clinical laboratories and specialized Centers of Excellence. LabCorp delivers timely, accurate results for improved patient care. With scientific expertise in esoteric testing, genomics, and clinical and anatomic pathology, LabCorp performs over one million tests on more than 400,000 samples each day. LabCorp has more than 35 years of experience in serving physicians and their patients.
Under construction: lab to lab electronic communication. We plan to identify the requested tests and the obtained results with LOINC codes.
Used for transfer of results to some clients for filing to their database.
Reporting LOINC in our Electronic Pathology Reports to be used by General Practictioner's Practice Management Systems for the care of patients.
We are using LOINC software for our institution based comprehensive electronic record.
For receiving electronic laboratory reports of notifiable infectious and communicable diseases.
LOINC is used in pathology result identification in OBX-3.1 of HL7 ORU-R01 messages. Currently using Version 2.3.1 Australian standard for HL7 messaging.
Mayo Medical Laboratories (MML) has been systematically mapping LOINC codes to its assays, which are available to its clients in the spreadsheet located at the MML website:
We have an integrated data base using medical claims, pharmacy claims, and lab results. In our quality and safety programs we are using LOINC codes to identify various measures, practice guidelines, safety alerts, and within the analysis of disease, disease modeling, cost, etc.
LOINC codes are available to compose new report types and specify series for graphing and analysis by decision support using the GELLO language and HL7v2.