Following the release of Test Result Upload, Species360 seeks funding to enable Urinalysis, Serology, Molecular Diagnostic Tests, Cytology Reports, and more Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Bronx Zoo chief veterinarian Dr. Paul Calle with a juvenile flamingo. Dr. Calle was…
Species360 is pleased to announce a new way of securely and efficiently sharing veterinary data through the Vet Advisor Data Sharing program in the Species360 Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS).
Species360 and ESCRA have formed a partnership with the aim of utilizing innovative data harnessing methods to not only expand knowledge of cancer trends and treatment but other diseases affecting species across the tree of life.
Partnering with the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences, Species360 focused on extracting, summarizing, and organizing information contained within millions of medical records in ZIMS to produce global resources that could support and improve veterinary care in zoos and aquariums.
Uploading Antech Diagnostics lab results directly to the animal's medical records reduces manual data entry and improves the accuracy of records for zoo, aquarium, and wildlife veterinarians.
NEW in ZIMS! Test Result Upload for Gribbles New Zealand and Gribbles Australia Zoo, aquarium, and wildlife veterinary teams can now upload Gribbles Australia test lab results directly to ZIMS for Medical. By adding lab results directly to the animal's medical records, the Test Result Upload feature reduces manual data entry and improves the accuracy of records.
Zoo, aquarium, wildlife veterinarians use the Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) to record and share information regarding animals in their care. Now, when these veterinary teams send blood samples to IDEXX, they can view and upload the report directly in ZIMS for Medical. Called ZIMS Test Result Upload, the new feature reduces manual data entry for veterinary staff and improves the accuracy and volume of data used to calculate ZIMS Expected Test Results used by veterinarians to diagnose illness.