Adds GeneXpert® HIV assay reporting and new suite of notifications
Boston and Johannesburg – January 2017 -- SystemOne, a connected diagnostics company developing data-driven healthcare solutions, recently announced new features to its ground-breaking real-time data reporting system, GxAlert®.
The new features offer a more robust suite of tools to increase the benefits of connected diagnostics. GxAlert leverages data produced by medical diagnostic devices, including point-of-care (POC) devices that perform genetic, blood, and immunoassay lab tests, to give health systems visibility into their fleets of devices and increased ability to respond rapidly to diagnoses. GxAlert has been installed in labs using GeneXpert® and other devices, where real-time diagnostic information, cartridge inventory management and warranty compliance are critical issues.
GxAlert’s now offers its full capabilities for both the GeneXpert HIV-1 QUAL assays as well as the GeneXpert HIV-1 Viral Load assays. In addition, GxAlert now accepts HIV-1/2 results from the Alere Afinion™. New features include updated dashboards, new notifications, and comprehensive results reporting to correspond with the new result types.
Improved alerts and notifications include:
· Low Inventory
· High Error Rate
· Module Disabled
· Device Expected Back Online
· Calibration Due Soon
In addition to the existing robust dashboards offering clinical and operational information, GxAlert’s new reporting features include:
· Online reports (vs. attachments)
· Reports to Groups, where reports are tailored to individual recipients’ level of access
“GXAlert has been an ideal platform for reporting TB and other infectious diseases globally,” said Chris Macek, CEO, SystemOne. “The addition of HIV diagnostics represents a huge advancement that could make a critical difference in treatment. In addition, device management alerts, including warranty information, could save health systems millions of dollars.”
Ministries of health in 34 countries are piloting or doing national rollouts of GxAlert.