SNUG Webinar Series

The Soft Network Users Group's goal with this series is to enhance user experience with SCC Soft Computer's laboratory and genetics information systems and provide continual education to enhance optimization. The SNUG Webinar series contains a mixture of topics spanning from SCC's laboratory, genetics, blood bank, outreach, and supporting applications, along with general LIS Administrative functions. All webinars will be presented by a domain expert in the field and will be followed with a Q&A session.

All webinars will be presented on Tuesdays at 12:00pm E.T. in order to provide consistent timeslots for advance planning.

We encourage all clients to register for the informative webinars of their interest to learn how they can benefit from SCC products.

P.A.C.E CEUs are available for eligible webinars.

Upcoming SNUG Webinars
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Past SNUG Webinars
Apr 16, 2024
SoftBank® Reflex Functionality
(SoftBank 25.5.5 / 25.7.0)

  • Reflex Testing Based on Results
  • Test Setup Fields
  • Reflex Test Field
  • Blood Type Reflex
  • Positive Result Reflex
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attending this webinar!
Apr 2, 2024
SoftLab® Multisite/Permission Classes
(SoftLab 4.5)

  • Define a Permission Class
  • How Multisite Affects Security (Permissions)
  • Build a Permission Class to Hide Proficiency Results
Mar 19, 2024
Microbiology Rules / Setup / Usage
(SoftMic® 4.5.8)

  • Conditions: Media, Previous Result, Order, Panel Priority
  • Actions: Significant/Critical, Reflex Test, Result Delta Checking, Add/Modify Isolate
  • Associated Items: Media, Order
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attending this webinar!
Mar 5, 2024
SoftLab® Specimen Tracking
(SoftLab 4.5)

  • Track Specimens Within a Facility
  • Track Specimens Between Facilities
  • Integrated with SoftExpress® and SoftWebPlus®.
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attending this webinar!
Feb 20, 2024
SCC's Professional Services - Validation Focus

  • Phase 1 - Prerequisites to Validation Start
  • Phase 2 - Validation and Reviews
  • Phase 3 - Signoffs and Summaries
Past Webinars Archive