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Organizations, institutions, and other LOINC adopters. Not certified or otherwise verified - just offered here for reference.
We have developed a web enabled LIMS to work in conjunction with our portal www.myhealthrecords.in. The base structure for the Coding of tests has been kept per LOINC.
NAACCR has developed standards to transmit cancer pathology reports from pathology laboratories to central cancer registries. LOINC codes are used in the HL7 message to indicate major headings of the text-based pathology report.
NCQA uses LOINC codes in the HEDIS (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) measures that require laboratory data to identify an event, disease or condition.
The NextGate MatchMetrix Terminology Registry creates a convenient, cross-referenced and centralized index of LOINC and other codes. Using our industry proven matching logic tuned for the local environment, the Terminology Registry accepts data feeds from disparate code set providers and cross references them to the other entities participating in the ecosystem. The Terminology Registry supports editing of content within standards, mapping across standards, and delivery of content to EMRs, laboratories, PHRs, physician offices, or any business intelligence application. The Terminology Registry has capabilities to import, version, upgrade, link and maintain standards from commercial and government sources.
Our Software solutions (Middleware) for clinical laboratories are compliant with LOINC standards.
LOINC in our Electronic Pathology Reports to be used by General Practitioner’s Practice Management Systems for the care of patients.
The NVKC is committed to use LOINC for all its external data communication, being ordering, reporting and interlaboratory communication. To fully exploit LOINC we will also make translations to Dutch for the subset of LOINC that will be used in daily practice.
We have mapped LOINC to reportable infectious disease. Our HL7 Gateway application identifies the LOINC code in electronic laboratory reports (HL7 2.3.1 format) and then, based on the mapping, routes these reports to the appropriate disease reporting application.
OntoReason builds healthcare reasoning tools for organizations including the CDC, NCI, Emory University and MD Anderson Cancer Center among others. We promote the use of CHI and HITSP standard vocabularies, organized into OWL ontologies for the purpose of reasoning against the hierarchies and structuring reusable valuesets for clinical applications. We are the coding authors for the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists 2009 Position Statements for Nationally Notifiable Diseases that are to be used across the US for surveillance of reportable diseases.
All Clinical laboratory procedures are LOINC coded.
Peer Consulting has assisted its clients throughout the U.S. and the U.K. in the selection, planning, implementation, maintenance, and optimization of their electronic healthcare records as well as their enterprise and departmental enabling technologies.
Premier is a collaborative healthcare alliance of more than 2,700 member hospitals and health systems and 93,000-plus other healthcare sites. Our mission is simple: To improve the health of communities. As an industry leader, the Premier alliance has created the most comprehensive database of actionable data, best practices and cost reduction strategies. Our award-winning and revolutionary technologies enable our members to collaborate more easily and efficiently. Our goal is to improve our members’ quality outcomes, while safely reducing costs. By engaging members and revealing new opportunities, we empower the alliance to improve performance like no one else in healthcare can. In fact, we’ve helped save nearly 25,000 lives and $4.5 billion. LOINC helps Premier achieve our mission by standardizing member data thereby shortening the time from implementation to outcome achievement.
Implementing pan-Canadian eHealth Standards for Pharmacy software.
We use LOINC in HL7 result messages (ORU's) in OBX-3 to describe the analyte. QML send around 20000 HL7 Version 2.x messages per day to Doctors, hospitals and commercial clients.
Quest Diagnostics is the world's leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services that patients and doctors need to make better healthcare decisions. The company offers the broadest access to diagnostic testing services through its network of laboratories and patient service centers, and provides interpretive consultation through its extensive medical and scientific staff. Quest Diagnostics is a pioneer in developing innovative new diagnostic tests and advanced healthcare information technology solutions that help improve patient care. Quest Diagnostics has been actively engaged in LOINC code mapping for several years and LOINC codes are available for our published tests upon request.
Recombinant offers healthcare providers and academic medical centers proven, leading-edge data warehousing and clinical intelligence solutions to deliver higher quality outcomes, accelerate personalized medicine, and lower costs. Our team of industry veterans is focused on improving the flow of reliable data to power clinical and research applications in a secure, compliant environment. Recombinant uses LOINC to achieve interoperability of laboratory test results. When laboratory data from multiple disparate source systems needs to be integrated, we create a set of association mappings from individual source system concepts to LOINC. Patient instance data is then transformed from original source system coding to LOINC using these association mappings.
The LOINC effort is housed in the Regenstrief Institute, an internationally respected non-profit medical research organization associated with Indiana University. LOINC was initiated in 1994 by the Regenstrief Institute and developed by Regenstrief and the LOINC committee as a response to the demand for electronic movement of clinical data from laboratories that produce the data to hospitals, physician's offices, and payers who use the data for clinical care and management purposes.
We are in the process of mapping the tests done at our facility to LOINC codes in preparation for the electronic exchange of data with EMR's and government agencies.