SmithKline signs up with ProxyMed:
This article was originally published in Clinica
SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories is to gain access to ProxyMed's ProxyNet, an on-line healthcare communication network, under a licensing agreement. Healthcare providers can submit requests for lab tests directly to SmithKline and receive the results through the system. The agreement includes licensing provisions for ProxyMed's ClinScan lab order and delivery system, which serves some 5,000 physicians and over 100 US hospitals and commercial labs.
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