censonRX lab services for Health Care Facilities allow your facility to provide additional patient care services, without adding cost. Results include additional revenue and positive clinical outcomes for the patients you serve.

Customized lab services cater to health care facilities, and part of our service, we offer our clients 24/7 support.
Our remote lab service reduces line item costs associated with reviewing, clarifying, and entering medication orders up to 40 percent. As an after effect, health care providers are able to increase client retention, by providing extra services.

Our lab technicians are also available by phone to your staff for any questions or concerns. We strive to provide the best level of service and to make all processes seamless.

The benefits of our remote lab services for Health Care facilities:

  • Cost-effective option for 24-hour lab services
  • Guaranteed and seamless coverage
  • Decreased cost per order reviewed
  • Resolve issues and answer questions for your staff and clients
  • Improved patient care and quality by onsite care providers
  • Fewer medication errors
  • Higher staff and client satisfaction
  • Compliant with HIPAA regulations
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