Department of Clinical Research Informatics

Ancillary System Support

The Department of Clinical Research Informatics (DCRI) provides technical, interface, and project management support for numerous clinical and ancillary department applications throughout the NIH campus.

Major Ancillary Systems

Department of Perioperative Medicine

  • Perioperative Services Information System (POIS/SIS)

Department of Laboratory Medicine (DLM)

  • Laboratory Information System (SCC SoftLab)

  • Lab Requests

Diagnostic Radiology Department (DRD)

  • Radiology Information System (RIS)

  • Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS)

Department of Transfusion Medicine (DTM)

  • Blood Bank Control System

  • Blood Bank System (SoftBank)

Materials Management Systems

  • Lawson

  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

  • Pyxis Supply Station System

  • Visual Supply Catalog

Medical Records Systems

  • 3M Medical Record Processing System

  • Electronic Signature Application (3M ESA)

  • Transcription Application (3M ChartScript)

Nursing and Patient Care Services

  • ANSOS

  • Acuity Plus

Nutrition Department

  • NDSR

  • Nutrition System (CBORD)

  • ProNutra

Pharmacy Department Systems

  • IDMS

  • Omnicell

  • ScriptPro

  • CRIS Pharmacy (SMM)

  • Drug Formulary

  • Micro Medix

Custom Software Applications

  • Clinical Trials (Search the Studies)

  • Executive Information System (EIS)

  • Hospital Services

  • Master Test Guide

  • RVS

  • SWAT

NIH Applications

  • ITAS

  • ServiceNow

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