To meet the demands of the rapidly changing health care environment, McKesson Lab Solutions can help today’s laboratory: from clinical, financial aspects to addressing patient safety, productivity and regulatory requirements. The solution suite helps provide an adaptable, reliable and integrated approach across laboratory information systems, anatomical pathology, blood bank and financial systems.

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The comprehensive, scalable solution suite helps seamlessly support hospital, reference and hybrid laboratory business models of all sizes, from single site to multi-facility. The suite offers integration with other health information systems and electronic health records including Paragon®, and multiple non McKesson solutions.


McKesson Lab helps
  • Enhance patient safety
  • Streamline, productive workflow
  • Meet both clinical and business performance needs


McKesson Lab offers
  • Adaptable expert workflow with user friendly instrument interfaces
  • Supports hospital reference and hybrid laboratory-models
  • Scalability for all sizes from single site to multifacility


McKesson Lab Specimen Collection (PDF, 187 KB)

  • Positive patient ID for specimen collection at the point of care for patient safety
  • Provides wireless positive patient and specimen identification at the point of care

    McKesson Lab Outreach (PDF, 384 KB)

    • Outreach billing and Web-based test orders, results and medical necessity checking
    • A solution for efficient lab outreach or reference business with electronic ordering, medical necessity checking and results reporting

      McKesson Lab Analytics (PDF, 633 KB)

      • Through integration with McKesson's Clinical Performance Analytics, McKesson Lab software supports laboratory administrators' need to monitor, manage and improve business performance

        McKesson Compliance Advisor™ is a software application that automates medical necessity checking and performs clinical code auditing for Medicare outpatient services