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Closed-loop Process to Support Safer Clinical Specimen Collection Without Labeling Errors

Used by nurses, phlebotomists and other healthcare professionals, Sunquest Collect™, a clinical specimen collection solution, brings the laboratory to the point-of-care. From blood draws at collection stations, patient service centers and emergency rooms, to tissue collection in operating rooms, Sunquest Collect helps to reduce errors and related adverse events.

Sunquest Clinical Collect

– Closing the Loop on Safety

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Increase Patient Safety

Reduce identification errors and support a zero-error culture

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Span Multiple Disciplines

Use for clinical and anatomic pathology specimen collection

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Bring The Lab To The Point Of Care

Use at patient draw centers, emergency rooms, operating rooms and the bedside

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Save Time

Reduce training and implementation time

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Improve Accuracy

Reduce loss of specimens, document accurate collection time and reduce turnaround time

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Maximize Interoperability

Safely collect specimens, reduce mistakes and go paperless

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Minimizing Pre-analytical Errors Can Improve The Quality of Blood Test Results, Reduce Turnaround Time and Improve Patient Care

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Clinical Specimen Collection for a Zero-error Culture

Sunquest Collect is a specimen collection solution that enables you to collect specimens from patients quickly, reduce mistakes and eliminate excess paperwork

Collect Product Brief
Support Patient Safety
  • Verify patient identity at the point-of-care
  • Reduce mislabeling with bedside label printing
  • Foster zero-error culture to help ensure zero-related adverse events
Improve Workflow Efficiency
  • Help prevent lost specimens, whether tissue, blood or micro
  • Improve specimen receipt time
  • Reduce collection processing time
  • Minimize phlebotomists’ time spent traveling between draw locations
  • Reduce accessioning time with barcode scanning
  • Extend the laboratory to the patient’s bedside