Hometechnologyhttps://patientportal.aegislabs.com: Aegis Workplace Results Patient Portal 

https://patientportal.aegislabs.com: Aegis Workplace Results Patient Portal 

https://patientportal.aegislabs.com: The Aegis Results Web Portal is a secure website where Aegis customers can view, download and print lab reports.The portal contains a history of all samples sent to the laboratory in the last 30 days. 

It  also allows the user to search for specific reports or  samples based on various options (e.g. case number, collection date, laboratory ID, etc.). 


 Live Updates  Please contact Aegis Customer Service to obtain a login ID and password. 

Step 1: Connect 

Open your web browser1 and enter the URL https://labonline.aegislabs.com/LabOnline. Enter the username and password provided by Aegis

Step 2: Change 

Password  If you haven’t changed your password, you can change it on the next screen. This screen will appear every time you log in until you change your password. 

Step 3: 

 My Dashboard Once you are logged in you will find yourself on the Dashboard page. This page has a menu at the top. At the bottom right of the screen there is a shortcut hyperlink  that will take you to a page listing any reports that have not yet been viewed or downloaded.Please note that  the messages and/or images on the dashboard page may change from time to time to reflect new or updated information from the lab. 

Step 4: Set up the 

sample view The donor SSN is displayed in the Description field. You must display this field and set it next to the Sample ID field. 

  1. Right-click on the column headings.
  1. In the context menu, select Show Columns. 
  1. Scroll down and check the Description column. 

 4.Uncheck the My Work Order ID and Lab Order ID columns (and any other columns you don’t want to see).  

  1. Click OK.
  1. Click and drag the Description column to position it  next to the My Sample ID column.

Step 5: View 

Samples Clicking  the Samples tab or  the Sample Reports hyperlink displays the View Samples page. This page allows you to search for samples sent to the lab and view reports. 

The website automatically displays the reports for the last 30 days. You can change the date range and/or search criteria and click the search button to run a new query. Select “All” in the search criteria to search for the search text in all text fields.For example, the following search returns all records that contain the word “Will” in their first  or last name (case insensitive). 

Step 6: View the 

report To view the report, click  the View  in Sample Grid hyperlink. When you view the  report and the next time the grid refreshes, the report status will show Reading. You can toggle this field  to manage the report view by selecting rows and clicking the toolbar icon  above the grid. 

Step 7: 

Printing and/or Downloading Reports To print reports, select the desired report  and click the print icon.To download reports, select the desired report  and click the download icon. 

Aegis Sciences Corporation Launches  SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza A/B CoV-2 and Influenza Virus A/B Combo Test for Suspected Respiratory Viral Infection Compatible with COVID-19. 

Containing the spread of respiratory diseases like influenza is more important than ever this fall and winter due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because the symptoms of a respiratory viral infection caused by SARS-CoV-2 and influenza can be similar, the multiplex test is used as a single test to diagnose an infection caused by any of the three viruses. Testing  all three viruses simultaneously will allow for more efficient testing and diagnosis, which will help reduce the spread of these viruses in the community and improve patient care.

The  COVID-19 + FLU A/B Combo Test is a molecular reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR)  test  for the simultaneous qualitative detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2, influenza A virus and/ or Influenza B respiratory samples are collected from the nasopharynx, oropharynx, middle turbinate, or anterior nostrils of individuals suspected of having a respiratory viral infection consistent with COVID-19.


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