Integrated eLabs

Order eLabs without leaving your EHR.

Send Easy eLab Requests Right Through Your Clinical Notes with Valant

Our eLab solution simplifies your process by allowing you to run lab orders directly from your clinical notes. Simply create the order, including any needed background or demographic information on your patient, and click to send it to the lab of your choice. When results are in, you’ll get them automatically, and can easily upload them into the patient chart. It’s easy for you and your patients.

Valant software works with Labcorp and Quest Diagnostics, the two most popular lab networks, and Valant can establish a relationship with other lab networks on a case-by-case basis.

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Pitfalls of Choosing a Multi-Specialty EHR vs. an EHR Built for Behavioral Health

Many EHR vendors will claim to have a behavioral health-specific version of their software, but a little investigation reveals no meaningful functionality for behavioral health beyond the freedom to customize. It’s easy to put the behavioral health label on flexible software, but far harder to actually serve the real-life needs of behavioral health practices.

Built for Behavioral Health Providers

Generalist EHRs tend to cater their features, including eLabs, to the needs of physical medicine. Valant gives you all the benefits of e-labs and other EHR features in a format specific to behavioral health. No more wading through forms and fields that you’ll never use; Valant is focused only on the concerns of your behavioral health practice.

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Convenient Paper Options

If you don’t have enough lab request volume to justify electronic lab orders, you can still benefit from Valant’s paper lab request feature. Create your own custom lab request templates to support the needs of your particular practice. Create the templates right within the Valant system, then print and fax to your lab of choice.

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What They’re Saying

It’s great to finally have a software that is geared toward mental health treatment rather than medical-focused record keeping and terminology!

Sydney R.Pre-Licensed MFT

It helps my staff and myself stick as closely to evidence based care as possible.

Jennifer S.Executive Director

For the practicing psychiatrist, it doesn't get better!

David B.Owner

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