Specimen Track™ is next-generation biospecimen management software that enables biobanks, clinicians, and labs engaged in multicenter collaboration to break down data silos and unlock the value of their biorepository data for translational research. It offers you:
• Ontological sophistication and harmonization
• Deep configurability to capture retrospective and prospective sample metadata for research use
• A searchable biobank for asset mining
• The ability to increase quality through standard operating procedures and chain of custody
• Scalability to accommodate large sample quantities
Built on our powerful Mosaic™ Platform, which utilizes our exclusive Mosaic Ontology engine to harmonize and map research data from disparate research informatics systems, Specimen Track enables you to intuitively manage biorepository workflows, adapt to changing specimen management data needs, and connect with bench and bedside researchers via a collaborative web-based interface.
Specimen Track™ Benefits
Intuitive biospecimen collection, inventory, processing, and distribution
Delivering much greater capability than typical biobank software, including the ability to serve as a simple sample inventory system, Specimen Track reduces complexity and saves time by focusing on real-world use cases in collecting samples from donors; managing inventories large and small across multiple sites; processing samples into derivatives, aliquots, plates, and pools; and handling researcher requests and approvals for sample distribution.
Configurable to keep pace with changing biorepository needs
Specimen Track enables biorepositories to adapt to changing research informatics needs. It gives you the flexibility to configure sample types with allowable derivatives, custom sample attributes, multilevel storage containers, hierarchical inventory trees, and sample workflow automation templates.
Integrates biobanks with labs and clinics to drive research
Specimen Track couples with Investigate™ to form Remedy’s translational informatics system, which breaks down traditional barriers between sample management, study management, lab information management systems, electronic lab notebooks, patient registries, and clinical registries. Sample inventory management and clinical sample management systems, for example, can be leveraged to maximize the value of existing data for use in querying, analysis, and reporting by Specimen Track.