CompuNet Updates: June 2023

Premier Pulse     June 2023


Effective June 12, 2023, CompuNet Clinical Laboratories has implemented a reporting change for High Sensitivity (HS) Troponin test results, adjusting the reportable range to 6-10,000 ng/L. The previous reportable range extended to 100,000 ng/L. This modification, driven by the phasing out of the dilution protocol, aims to provide more focused and accurate results for health care providers while minimizing any potential impact. Critical values and reference ranges for HS Troponin will remain unchanged, ensuring the delivery of vital information for patient care.

The impact of this reporting change is expected to be minimal. The dilution protocol allows reporting results above 10,000 ng/L and has been utilized in less than 1% of cases. Therefore, the vast majority of HS Troponin tests will continue to be reported within the new range. We will no longer report results above 10,000 ng/L.

CompuNet is working to ensure a smooth transition to the new reportable range, maintaining the highest standards of accuracy and reliability in reporting HS Troponin test results.


On June 1, CompuNet opened its Brown Street Patient Service Center inside Premier Health’s new facility near the University of Dayton campus. The new space is located at 1715 Brown Street in Dayton. The new CompuNet Patient Service Center will employ two full-time staff members. It will offer lab collections for physician-ordered labs and patient self-order direct access testing collections. Hours at the new location are Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can contact this location at (937) 567-3450(937) 567-3450 or by fax at (937) 641-2755. Walk-ins are welcome, or you can schedule an appointment. 

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