L7 Informatics, Inc. (“L7”), a leading software and analytics company for healthcare and life science companies, announces the completion of the Phase 1 implementation of its Enterprise Scientific Platform (ESP) with CReATe Fertility Centre. CReATe, which stands for Canadian Reproductive Assisted Technology is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, and is internationally renowned for its specialized fertility services and ground-breaking research. The organization was seeking a scientific information management platform to streamline and optimize its genomics testing operations.
“We are very honored to be chosen to work with CReATe, they are leaders in the field of assisted reproductive technologies with state-of-the-art laboratory facilities and pioneering research scientists,” said L7 CEO & President, Vasu Rangadass, Ph.D. “In connection with these high standards, we feel ESP is the ideal platform to streamline the overall Reproductive genomic lab processes by integrating with multiple laboratory instruments, managing complex sample provenance, managing sample storage, inventory, and automating a multitude of important tasks such as bar code printing and clinical report generation.”
This project is being completed in four phases and focuses on configuring workflow chains and supporting models (sample types, procedures, etc.) to support four of the array of tests performed by CReATe Reproductive Genomics Lab: PGT-A, PGT-M/PGT-SR, POC testing, and Focused carrier screening. L7’s ESP fosters process orchestration and expedites clinical diagnostics by building an integrated, instrument agnostic platform to manage scientific processes and data in one place and yielding better access to the data and results.
“L7’s ESP has enabled us to bring patient clinical information from our EMR at the click of a button, and to track laboratory operations meeting OLA and CAP regulations, using its powerful audit trail and provenance history capabilities,” mentioned Svetlana Madjunkova MD, PhD., Director of Reproductive Genetics Department at CReATe. Adding, “It’s truly a game-changer and will contribute to the advancement of our IVF clinical operations and research.”