Starting January 21, the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) will only report Trichomoniasis and Piroplasmosis testing electronically. This transition from paper-based reporting to an electronic format will enable faster retrieval time for veterinarians, less paper to handle, and allow for immediate delivery from veterinarian to client.
How can a digitized copy benefit your clients?
- The information reported will be the same
- Turnaround time is decreased
- Veterinarians can easily send the information to animal owners via email
- Results can be sent directly to the owner at the same time as the veterinarian if the submitter provides the owner’s email
- Reports can be validated via a QR code with any smartphone
How can a report be validated with a QR code?
A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is a two-dimensional barcode that is readable by smartphones. QR codes are unique, like fingerprints, and the code on your form will link directly to your original record in our system. Learn how to validate forms using a QR by clicking here.