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LIS

Abbreviation for:
laboratory information system
lanthanide-induced shift
left intercostal space
library information system  
liposome immunosensor
lissencephaly
lobular in situ
local implementation strategy 
locked-in syndrome
low-income subsidy
low intermittent suction
low ionic strength
lymphocytic infiltration of the skin

LIS

1. Laboratory information system, see there.
2. Left intercostal space.

LIS

Abbreviation for low-intensity stimulator.
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During the analytic phase, a robust LIS assists the POL facility in providing the best patient outcomes:
Based on the components, the LIS market can be classified as software, hardware and services.
In order to efficiently track test utilization by provider or by diagnosis, and to configure automatic reflex testing and algorithms, a robust LIS is a crucial tool that laboratorians need to support their test utilization program.
Indications from this study suggest that though LIS education has reached a global dimension since it has harmoniously adopted the developments in information and communication technologies the LIS profession has attained the status of a full-fledged discipline in India.
A better understanding of enrollment decisions can help to not only increase LIS participation, but to inform future policy regarding program design and expansions.
WITHOUT LIS, THERE AREN'T ANY BEANS OR BULLETS, WATER OR LUBRICANTS, OR SPARE PARTS.
While LIS researchers have played various roles, no instances of complete participation were uncovered in the literature.
In contrast, an equal number of lobster larvae collected in eastern LIS in 2001 and 2002 arose from egg-bearing females in the Hudson Canyon and central LIS sites (approximately 25% to 40%, by both approaches).
The LIS data bank consists of microdata sets from annual household surveys from the 10 LIS member countries; these data sets contain information for each household that is divided into two categories: Income variables (including taxes) and demographic variables.
It is one among two companies in Scandinavia that provides LIS management solutions to all disciplines (hematology, microbiology, cytology, etc) supported by hospital laboratories.
The LIS lead management system offers a cost effective alternative to the big box automotive CRMs, without sacrificing the powerful tools that make their dealer clients more profitable.
As I noted in 2013, the cytology LIS handles workflow management, data entry (patient and test data), results reporting, CPT and ICD code capturing, and interfacing and integration with other systems (EMR / Billing / Instrumentation, etc.