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News | May 06, 2009

Aspyra to Upgrade Aspyra LIS for Multispecialty Physicians Groups

May 6, 2009 - Aspyra Inc. has entered into an agreement with Springfield Clinic LLP, a multispecialty physicians groups
in Illinois, to upgrade the laboratory’s existing LIS to the most current release of Aspyra’s CyberLAB Laboratory Information System (LIS) solution, version 7.2.

The clinic’s laboratory network, which is Commission of Office Laboratory Accreditation (COLA), and College of American Pathologists (CAP) accredited, is comprised of 20 locations servicing nearly 200 physicians in 40 specialties.

“Aspyra continues to enhance the CyberLAB system with features and functions we want to take full advantage
of, such as the ability to generate our own user-defined reports and queries using the SQL database,” stated Lesli Wilson, Springfield Clinic’s LIS Coordinator. She continued, “Since we will be using CyberLAB 7.2 on a Windows platform, the server will integrate nicely into our existing network infrastructure, making the overall system administration simple to manage.”

With the clinic’s goal of creating a health system where medicine and patient care are enhanced by innovation and technology, and a service philosophy to enhance and extend the qualify of life for their patients, the clinic’s physicians have immediate access to clinical patient data via the connectivity and data sharing between Aspyra’s CyberLAB LIS and Allscripts TouchWorks EMR.

Aspyra’s CyberLAB LIS is a scalable, feature-rich, and cost-effective LIS solution for hospital, clinic, and reference laboratory settings. Springfield Clinic will be implementing CyberLAB 7.2 on a Windows platform, utilizing a MS SQL database structure. CyberLAB LIS features decision support tools with auto-verification, automated clinical reporting and multisite management.

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