tQuest and Review

Faster, more efficient test requests and results

Providing primary and secondary care clinicians with faster, more efficient test requests and results that better inform their healthcare decisions.

  • Secondary care
  • Primary care

Features and benefits

  • Instant requesting of pathology and radiology services.
  • Automated notification of results to GPs.  
  • Easily check on progress of requests through demand management.
  • Pre-defined test groups improves speed of requesting tests.  
  • Faster, more efficient test requesting and results reporting.  
  • Reduce errors and duplication by eradicating handwritten forms.  

Over 200 NHS trusts, CCGs, and private healthcare organisations are benefiting from faster, more efficient requesting, viewing, and messaging of clinical and administrative data using our order communications solution. 

Improved communication between sectors 

Having an effective link between primary care and pathology and radiology departments is key to improving quality care outcomes.  By automating order communications, you can save time, and improve outcomes for patients and processes for clinical staff.  

Save time with more efficient working 

tQuest and Review provides both primary and secondary care healthcare professionals with faster, more efficient test requests and results to help them make better informed healthcare decisions. 

“tQuest provides huge quality benefits. It really is a win, win, win for patients, laboratories and GPs.”

Gary Walton, pathology IT systems and project manager, Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

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We’ve been committed to interoperability for over 30 years. We believe that connecting patient information across healthcare settings enables better care, which is why our solutions are developed with interoperability in mind.

Through our Partner Programme, we also work with over 40 different companies, so that you can choose from a wide range of additional products that seamlessly exchange data with our products. 

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