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A cloud-based, mobile tool that allows for specimen collection anywhere.


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  • Collect samples anywhere

  • Improves overall efficiency

  • Streamlines specimen collection & tracking workflow

  • Enhances patient safety

  • Produces instrument-ready labels

Rhodes Group's FAST Specimen Collection module is the future of specimen collection and tracking!


This cloud-based application works on iOS and

Android mobile devices to facilitate mobile and convenient specimen collection wherever your

patients are – bedside on the HOSPITAL floor,

in CLINIC, at a LABORATORY collection site, or

even at a HOME visit. 


FAST Specimen Collection delivers easy scheduling functionality, real-time collection lists, positive patient identification, and

INSTRUMENT-READY labels to help automate specimen receipt at the lab.

FAST Specimen Collection integrates with even the most complex HIS and LIS environments to provide a seamless user experience within the context of existing infrastructure.  With a simple subscription-based model and a rapid, remote implementation, FAST Specimen Collection provides a complete specimen collection and organizational toolset at an affordable cost.

Streamline and optimize your specimen collection and tracking workflow with a toolset that empowers you to reduce labeling errors and enhance patient safety. 


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  • Cloud-based

  • Works on iOS, Android, any of your mobile devices, and workstations

  • Integrates seamlessly with your existing infrastructure

  • WiFi and mobile connectivity (4G/5G)

  • Supports offline use

  • Automated order retrieval 

  • Collection team notifications

  • Instrument-ready label generation

  • Positive patient identification 

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FAST Specimen Collection can be implemented rapidly and remotely. End users can be trained in minutes.  

See how FAST Specimen Collection can help with mobile specimen collection and tracking workflow.

Learn how FAST Specimen Collection can reduce specimen errors, facilitate tracking, and improve patient safety.

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