CliniSys is announcing the recent acquisition of HORIZON Lab Systems and the combination with Sunquest Information Systems, as CliniSys. This acquisition and Sunquest combination creates one of the world’s largest organisations dedicated to diagnostic and laboratory informatics.
CliniSys’ vision is to go beyond the walls of the clinical laboratory to embrace a new wave of digital diagnostics and laboratories across the continuum of care and community to improve public health. HORIZON Lab Systems is critical to this vision with its advanced cloud-based laboratory solutions and unsurpassed knowledge and expertise in Environmental, Water Quality Testing, Public Health, Toxicology and Agriculture laboratory solutions.
Together, CliniSys, Sunquest and HORIZON Lab Systems are over 1,300 employees living in 12 different countries, representing 19 diverse cultures, speaking 21 different languages with unsurpassed global knowledge of the complex laboratory and diagnostics sector.
CliniSys is positioned to deliver the benefits of cloud transformation and apply new technologies such as advanced analytics, AI, and machine learning, to empower laboratory professionals with better diagnostic capabilities and tools to work more effectively and improve public health worldwide.
Laboratories around the globe monitor and safeguard health across multiple determinants of health from medical care, genetics, environmental to physical influences and CliniSys has the proven ability to deliver 100s of millions of medical results a month to enable pandemic-scale population disease surveillance across the globe.
Michael Simpson, CliniSys CEO, commented, “Public health is a major concern for all governments and citizens. With HORIZON’s advanced cloud-based solutions and unsurpassed knowledge and expertise in Environmental, Water Quality Testing, Public Health, Toxicology and Agriculture, CliniSys can now provide organisations and governments at all levels, and across different sectors of the public health ecosystem, solutions to improve health at population scale.”