Public Health Agency in Major US Metropolis Uses STARLIMS for H1N1 Response
Nov 25 2009
The public health agency of a major metropolis in the United States has decided to expand its STARLIMS licensing agreement, and implement STARLIMS’ web-based LIMS throughout its four divisions. The agency’s laboratories are responsible for testing 400,000 specimens annually, and STARLIMS will help to streamline specimen registration, tracking and reporting. One of the drivers for this expansion was Starlim’s proven success helping public health agencies to meet the unique challenges of H1N1 influenza.
Thanks to the expanded agreement, the tools STARLIMS has developed to respond to the H1N1 virus will now be available across the public health divisions of this large metropolis. STARLIMS has dev eloped exceptional public health informatics expertise over years of collaboration with federal, state and local agencies. This includes intensely focused collaboration with various public health agencies to help STARLIMS partners respond rapidly and effectively to the H1N1 influenza virus
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