Because we understand the needs of physicians collecting specimens, biobanking staff tracking and managing specimens and researchers looking for specimens for their studies, we have built systems that speak to the needs of and support all these different users in unique ways. These systems support the capture of biobanking data for all of the NCI cancer cooperative groups around the country, and tracking systems that we can integrate into existing applications ensure users can easily see the status of any relevant specimens.
Using systems that we’ve built, we’ve helped biorepositories to systematically manage specimen inventory, including specimen collection, storage, quality assurance, and distribution. We have the skills needed to create new tools and to customize existing tools so that they fit your workflow requirements and provide answers to important questions about quality assessments and specimen handling. Thinking through these particular issues with new resources available to you may ultimately inform the implementation of your inventory management system.
Robust biorepository is at the heart of every successful clinical and research organization. Knowing this, our team builds systems that support clinical decision making and the advancement of research with powerful reporting that caters to bioinformaticists, data-focused statisticians, patient-oriented physicians, and hands-on pathologists. Our biorepositories, data warehouses and inventory distributions systems also allow us to support such diverse users, and we are able to contribute to the success of any organization by customizing our broad experience to their specific needs.
The biospecimen is a central facet of health data, as it links patients to test results and links scientific data back to patients. Often, however, researchers have to conduct broad searches through inventory systems to establish and discover these types of relevant relationships. SemanticBits has built distinctive marks that facilitate this process of linking biospecimen, clinical and basic science data. In studies, this tool can be used to link attributes between collected samples and relevant, important health information about specific people can be uncovered quickly and efficiently.
The process of biospecimen management exists on several scales. While local labs and facilities need tools for effectively and efficiently conducting this work, national organizations often face the same issues their smaller counterparts do. Our solutions are designed to be implementable anywhere, in any lab, and we aim to create a bridge between those working in a local facility and those at the national level. In this way, information can easily be tracked and shared between different organizations and the patient’s wellbeing remains the priority.