CompuNet Plans for Enhancement

Premier Pulse     July 2020

With the Sunquest Lab Information System conversion completed at the core laboratory, CompuNet is planning some service enhancements for providers and patients in the coming weeks.

Appointment Scheduling – CompuNet will soon roll out patient appointment scheduling utilizing the SOLV scheduling platform. CompuNet will first pilot appointment scheduling in a handful of patient service centers, with plans to add all locations soon after. Details will be forthcoming.

New Locations – As CompuNet expands business in the Cincinnati region, new patient service centers will be essential for providing convenient access to lab services. On June 13, CompuNet opened its second Cincinnati patient service center in Montgomery. CompuNet opened its first Cincinnati-area location at the Liberty Family Medicine building in 2019.

CompuNet Montgomery Patient Service Center, 11135 Montgomery Road, Suite 200, Cincinnati, OH 45249

Phone: (513) 832-1400; Fax: (513) 832-1434
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.; 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Drug Screen Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.; 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

CompuNet’s third Cincinnati-area location will open in early August in West Chester at the newly renovated Tylersville Point shopping center at the corner of Cox and Tylersville roads. This is a prime location for CompuNet with proximity to I-75 and is strategically placed near multiple provider offices.

To find a CompuNet patient service center, visit

COVID-19 PCR Collections – As the need continues to grow for testing to detect an active infection of COVID-19, CompuNet will soon introduce swab collections for COVID-19 PCR testing at select patient service centers. Staff is currently undergoing training to collect specimens using a nasopharyngeal swab. CompuNet phlebotomists who have been trained on COVID-19 collections currently staff the collection tent at the collection site at the University of Dayton Arena. Their experience at this collection site allows them to become thoroughly proficient and develop confidence in their abilities to collect a potentially infected COVID-19 patient.

CompuNet will communicate the availability of both appointment scheduling and COVID-19 PCR collections to providers in the coming weeks.

SARS CoV2 IgG Antibody Testing – Demand is growing from patients to understand whether or not they have had a past infection of COVID-19 infection. SARS CoV2 IgG Antibody testing can provide the answer. CompuNet performs this test on the Abbott Architect platform which received Emergency Use Authorization from the Food and Drug Administration in April 2020.

To order SARS CoV2 IgG Antibody testing, it is recommended that patients be asymptomatic for 10 days prior to testing. To place an order, please use EPIC order code LAB 6596.

Back to the July 2020 issue of Premier Pulse

Premier Health Logo