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June 2021

AIME 2021

June 16 - June 19

A biennial international conference on AI techniques in medical research and care for AIME NOTE: Conference will be held online.

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Invitation to Bid: Bioassay Toxicity Testing and Consulting Services

June 16 @ 10:00 am EDT

Solicitation #: 30-21 The City of Clearwater, Florida's "Public Utilities Department is soliciting sealed bids from qualified vendors to establish a term contract whereby comprehensive bioassay toxicity testing and consulting services are performed for treated wastewater (reclaimed water) discharged to surface waters. The bioassay toxicity testing and analysis will be used to help determine the effects of treated wastewater on living creatures. The consulting services will be used to assist the city in mitigating the effects of water discharged into…

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Webinar: Thermal Cameras and FDA Guidelines: Fact vs. Fiction in Protecting Your Hospitals and Clinical Laboratories

June 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

"Thermal cameras are everywhere it seems, yet many lab directors and lab managers wonder if the latest generation is a cure-all for protecting hospitals and clinical laboratories... or a risk to public health.

Not to worry, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) recently helped clarify fact from fiction with their recent F510(K) clearance guidelines.

Join AACC and Peter Baird to learn how the FDA's 510(K) clearance applies to clinical laboratories and academic environments to best protect your staff and patients. Plus, learn the risk associated with cheap imports without FDA 510(K) clearance and how they have led the market to uncertainty. This is an important discussion for anyone evaluating the risk and reward of new technology, such as thermal imaging.

This is an important discussion for anyone evaluating the risk and reward of integrating a new technology such as thermal imaging in their lab, hospital, or academic environment."

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Webinar: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Hierarchical Condition Categories: A Clinical Laboratory Approach

June 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT

"he Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) developed Hierarchical Condition Categories (HCCs) to adjust capitated payments for its Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans based on individualized patient risk.

In this webinar, we will discuss HCCs, how they work, and how clinical laboratory information can be used to enhance the identification of HCCs. We will also address how Rhodes Group's algorithms automatically interpret laboratory data to identify patients who may qualify for HCC conditions."

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Request for Proposal: COVID-19 Testing Laboratory Services

June 16 @ 3:00 pm EDT

Solicitation #: 21-049 "More than a year into the pandemic, Wake County Human Services (WCHS) Division of Public Health is shifting strategies; seeking to provide a targeted approach to long term county surveillance and testing for COVID-19." "Wake County is seeking innovative proposals from qualified providers detailing a comprehensive plan to address Wake County Human Services’ (WCHS) COVID-19 laboratory service needs. Proposals should include a plan for both on-site and mobile testing services." Due date: 16 June 2021, 3:00 p.m.…

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Webinar: A recipe for success in exploiting machine learning and data science

June 17 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am EDT

"An often-quoted promise of big data and data science used to be: invest in databases and algorithms to process data and you will gain new insights, even reducing the need for subject matter experts. The seduction of a life of leisure seemed within our grasp!

While this is commendable in its eagerness to encourage better exploitation of data, the reality is very different – as explained by David Hand of Imperial College London and senior technical manager Malcolm Moore. In addition, JMP senior systems engineer Emmanuel Romeu will provide a live demo.

Effective data science needs:

* Communication and teamwork
* Clarity about what you want to know
* A firm grasp of the data
* Understanding of the quality of the data
* The ability to extract information from data

Much of this is beyond the current capabilities of databases and algorithms. As such, subject matter knowledge is needed at all stages of extracting helpful knowledge from data.

Put another way, data science and big data need subject matter experts to succeed. Companies get the most value from data by enabling experts to apply statistical and data science methods, resulting in better decision making with increased certainty."

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Webinar: Sanguine: Visual Analysis for Patient Blood Management

June 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT

"Patient blood management (PBM) involves optimizing anemia and hemostasis with the goal of avoiding unnecessary transfusions. It improves patient outcomes, reduces costs, and is considered standard of care. Sanguine is a novel, rapidly flexible data visualization tool for evaluation of PBM practices in meaningful clinical contexts.

After this presentation, participants will be able to:

* List possible limitations of common patient blood management (PBM) performance metrics
* Recognize how Creative Visualization Opportunities workshops can effectively glean end user perspectives and insights into PBM practices and gaps
* Analyze Sanguine, a novel data visualization tool prototype for PBM in complex cardiothoracic surgery
* Evaluate how Sanguine can rapidly demonstrate PBM modality performance in useful clinical contexts that include patient outcomes
* Describe how Sanguine can generate “patients like mine” scenarios, where patients from the past can teach us about similar patients in the present and future"

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Webinar: Work Smarter, Not Harder: Smart Workflows for Asset and Work Order Management

June 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

"Life sciences companies function in an environment full of complexity—from researching and developing novel therapies to manufacturing and distributing commercial products. Each step of the process is subject to myriad regulatory requirements and strict internal standards which impact asset and work order management. Advancements in technology can simplify these processes, enabling technicians and management to carry out their daily activities seamlessly and make informed decisions."

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Request for Proposal: Geotechnical Field and Laboratory Testing Services

June 17 @ 2:00 pm PDT

Solicitation #: CC21-122 "The City of Victorville Engineering Department is soliciting cost quotes for geotechnical field and associated laboratory testing services. The work generally entails taking soil samples, conducting in-situ density tests of pipeline trench backfill including but not limited to: trench bottom, pipe-zone, sub grade, sub base, base and overlying asphalt for various type of projects i.e., sewer, water, storm drains and the associated improvements. All soils testing shall be conducted in accordance with ASTM Standard D1556 and/or ASTM…

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Request for Quotes: Whole genome sequencing (WGS) of 200 samples

June 17 @ 5:00 pm EDT

Solicitation #: RFQ-NIAID-2077912 "The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has a requirement for: Whole genome sequencing for a quantity of 200 samples." See solicitation for more details. Due date: 17 June 2021, 5:00 p.m. EDT

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Webinar: Ensuring Competent Nurses Working in Technology and Data Rich Environments

June 18 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

No description is posted for this webinar.

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Webinar: Patient-Centered Laboratory Medicine: Driving Improved Outcomes

June 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT

"The COVID-19 Pandemic has demonstrated how much healthcare depends on the clinical laboratory, but it also has demonstrated how much opportunity remains to improve clinician’s and patient’s knowledge about laboratory medicine. Even before the pandemic, published research found that clinicians frequently are uncertain of what tests to order or what actions to take based on the test results. In addition to these unmet needs, we also know that clinically relevant opportunities for further improvements in the total testing process are found more frequently outside the clinical laboratory than inside. The chance to strengthen the cognitive and system components of the testing ecosystem present laboratory physicians and scientists with a major opportunity to address unmet needs of clinical pathology and improve patient outcomes. During this presentation, we will explore the value of timely and accurate diagnosis and the role the clinical laboratory can play in improving it. Case studies demonstrating improvement approaches will be shared along with strategies for driving initiatives to improve patient outcomes."

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Invitation to Market Dialogs: Multidisciplinary Laboratory Information Management System

June 21 @ 2:00 pm UTC+2

Solicitation #: 2021/S 108-284887 Region Sjælland, Danmark (Region Zealand, Denmark) "is currently in the preparation phase for a tender regarding the acquisition of a standard multidisciplinary laboratory information management system also addressed in the Region as ‘Multilab’ (hereinafter referred to as ‘System’) which is amongst other functionalities to replace the current two laboratory information and management systems for microbiology and clinical chemistry. The system will provide a common multidisciplinary platform for the Region to manage laboratory requisitions across medical laboratory…

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Webinar: Improving Lives: The Role of Data in Healthcare Transformation

June 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

"There are moments in our history when everything changes. We all saw incredible changes to healthcare happening at crisis speed in the last year – in how healthcare and life sciences organizations were collaborating with each other, connecting with patients and communities through telehealth and other new secure digital technologies, and the important role data has played in vaccine research, drug discovery and care optimization. These changes acknowledged that we are ready to embrace a new model for healthcare where technology opens new doors to accessibility, patient safety, and discovery. In this session, we will explore how COVID-19 served as a catalyst to a widespread adoption of technologies around data interoperability and analytics -- both for the evolving care paradigm and development of new therapies. Hear from leading organizations how they are re-entering the post-pandemic world in a data-driven way.

How do we think about data interoperability's role in improving lives? Where does data help us improve our visibility and reach with health access? How will we think about the use of real world data in future trials and research? These are just some of the questions we will explore in this panel discussion with healthcare experts around the world."

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Webinar: Cloud & Managed Services: Shaping the Future of EHR Systems

June 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT

"According to recent HIMSS research, managed Epic in the cloud is becoming the deployment model of choice for healthcare providers. There are, however, barriers to getting there. In this webinar, we’ll look at the top challenges your industry peers identified in the research. We’ll also highlight how adopting a cloud operating model for Epic can deliver myriad benefits for healthcare providers."

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Webinar: Cannabis Edibles Analysis: A Sample Preparation Story

June 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

"Label claims are a leading cause of failures or recalls for cannabis products. Cannabinoid potency data can be affected whether analyzing cannabis flower, fat-rich edibles like chocolates, water-based products such as beverages, and sugar-rich edibles like gummies. Experts at Agilent have developed custom methodologies for each of these cannabis product types to ensure accurate, reliable, and robust cannabinoid potency analysis."

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Request for Bids: Term Contract for Garland Water Utility Laboratory Testing Services

June 22 @ 3:00 pm CDT

Solicitation #: 0832-21 The City of Garland, Texas' Water Utility is seeking a term contract for laboratory testing services. "All testing must be done by a State of Texas approved NELAP accredited laboratory. All reporting limits must not exceed any applicable regulatory limit. Analytical methods shall use USEPA approved tests methods or authorized and approved equivalent methods." Due date: 22 June 2021, 3:00 p.m. CDT

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Webinar: A well-implemented LIMS = Good data integrity

June 23 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am PDT

"Data integrity with its "ALCOA+" is the new buzz-word. But what is it, really? And how do we get there? The presentation will first clarify what data integrity is, with the explanation of ALCOA+ terminology. Then the difficult question about how to achieve data integrity. The best tool is a LIMS, but only if it has been implemented in a good way. The presentation will continue showing many examples of good (and bad) ways to implement the LIMS for good data integrity.

Learning Objectives

* State which standards apply, and interpret the current standards for data integrity in the regulated environments
* Demonstrate how a LIMS can help with data integrity in the lab.
* Outline how a LIMS should be implemented in order to fulfill the data integrity requirements.
* Assess the changes needed to be done, to achieve better data integrity, even if they don’t have a LIMS"

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Expert Insights – Strategies for Leading a Successful Digital Transformation in the Laboratory

June 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Expert Insights – Strategies for Leading a Successful Digital Transformation in the Laboratory
Date:  Wednesday June 23, 2021
Time:  1:00 PM EST / 10:00 AM PST

Overview:

Digital transformation has become the top priority for scientific laboratories and quality manufacturing sites across the globe. The path to achieving a successful digital transformation initiative is often unclear with the many considerations and challenges to the best possible approach to address the specific needs of your organization.
Astrix CEO, Dale Curtis, along with our team of informatics experts will lead a live Q&A to provide valuable insights on the benefits, pitfalls and best practices to help navigate your digital transformation journey.

“Digital transformation is more about the journey than the destination: it’s an opportunity to change the organization’s mind-set from working heads-down to being eyes-up and focused on the data.” – Dale Curtis, CEO, Astrix

The key takeaways from this one of a kind event will include:

  • How to maximize the benefits of a digital transformation initiative
  • Best practices for implementing a successful digital strategy
  • Common challenges and obstacles and how to avoid them\
  • Incorporating new technologies such as cloud, AI and ML to achieve a truly transformative laboratory environment
  • The timelines and resources required to accelerate and achieve a successful digital transformation

Interested in submitting your question in advance?

Questions will be addressed during the event in the order in which they are received. Please submit your questions through the link listed below any time prior to the event. You will also have the ability to submit questions during the live event as the discussion may lead to additional topics that you would like to address. Questions that arise during the event will be accepted anonymously through the chat function of the webinar. The company and names of individuals will not be disclosed during the event.

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Webinar: Best Practices for Launching Profitable, Efficient NGS Tests for Hereditary Risk

June 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

"The decreasing cost of implementing NGS has many clinical laboratories considering expanding the scope and complexity of their hereditary testing services to include NGS. However, this expansion comes with a significant number of challenges, including setup, panel design, and validation, building for optimum turnaround time, and the need for specialized clinical genetic knowledge and overall scalability.

An effective strategy for selecting and implementing appropriate tertiary analysis tools and setting up a scalable interpretation workflow is critical to the success of a clinical NGS program.

The webinar, Best Practices for Launching Profitable, Efficient NGS Tests for Hereditary Risk, will discuss best practices for how molecular diagnostic labs can quickly and effectively launch NGS hereditary risk genetic testing, including:

* Market trends and considerations
* Laboratory setup and validation, data analysis, and reporting
* Selecting and implementing a tertiary analysis pipeline for variant interpretation"

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Webinar: Optimizing LabVantage LIMS Master Data Setup

June 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

"Master data set up can cause unexpected delays in LIMS and ELN implementation projects if not sufficiently well-planned.

The initial master data load drives subsequent LabVantage setup and configuration and ultimately determines how end users and external systems interact with the system. To efficiently gain high end user satisfaction, high quality master data is required. So how do you ensure high quality master data and avoid unexpected delays in your implementation project?

In one hour, learn to reduce the number of iterations required to create high quality master data and techniques to import dynamic data from external data sources."

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LAB-SUPPLY 2021 Regional Fair – Hanover

June 24
CongressCentrum Wienecke XI, Hildesheimer Str. 380
Hanover, 30519 Germany
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An annual regional trade fair for instrumental analytics, laboratory technology, laboratory chemicals, and biotechnology

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Online Symposium: The Science of Cannabis Extraction 2021

June 24

"Returning for the third year in a row, The Science of Cannabis Extraction 2021 will bring together extraction experts to discuss the hottest topics in cannabis and hemp extraction.

This free to attend, 1-day event will facilitate the enhancement of scientific discussion in the world of cannabis extraction, whilst providing a platform for scientists, researchers and technology providers within the cannabis industry to share their work and discuss challenges and opportunities in this developing market."

NOTE: Starts online at 9 a.m. PDT.

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Digital Transformation Webcast Series: “Agility and Efficiency in Regulatory Affairs: How to Automate your Regulatory Monitoring and Tracking”

June 24 @ 1:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT

Astrix is bringing together innovative informatics solutions providers from across the industry that are at the forefront of technology to present cutting edge solutions that will enable the transformation of your laboratory into the digital lab of the future.

Join us for this unique series to learn more about these revolutionary advancements in laboratory informatics.

Title:  “Agility and Efficiency in Regulatory Affairs: How to Automate your Regulatory Monitoring and Tracking”

  • Date:  June 24th 1:00 EST
  • Company:  Clarivate
  • Presenter: Julia Mutigullina, Solution Architect, Clarivate

Session Summary:

No matter where a biopharma is in the drug lifecycle, they require a comprehensive, accurate view of today’s regulatory landscape. The volume and velocity of regulatory requirements is released has expanded as new technologies, increased markets, and maturation of the regulatory landscape continues.  And lately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many regulatory and compliance teams are placed under additional pressure to rapidly address new challenges and priorities.

​How quickly do your current processes allow you to respond to regulatory changes? How agile do you want to be? What would real-time regulatory updates and risk assessment mean to you and your organization?

Join regulatory and data science/technology experts to uncover how you can automate regulatory monitoring and tracking. You’ll learn how to:

  • Continuously monitor regulatory news across the globe on a daily basis
  • Streamline regulatory alerts across the company
  • Efficiently handle and track company responses to regulatory changes
  • Increase transparency across the company from task assignment and task management and ensure that tasks are acted upon by required teams in the needed timeline
  • Manage the regulatory requirement monitoring and actioning lifecycle
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Webinar: A chemist’s view on R&D digitalization in materials innovation

June 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am CDT

"Global challenges, like a clean energy future or circular economy, have increased the demand for new materials. Typically, the performance of materials depends on a multitude of parameters which makes traditional research approaches, relying on experiments solely, slow, inefficient, and prohibitively expensive. Data driven approaches can significantly speed up the discovery process and shorten the time from idea to market.

In this presentation, we will illustrate how the integration of Schrödinger’s machine learning technologies with physics based modelling can be utilised to predict properties of new materials. Use cases from important materials science areas, like polymers and opto-electronic materials, will illustrate how data generated from experiment as well as physics based modelling can be used to build machine learning models to predict physical properties and even suggest new compounds. Finally, we demonstrate how the integration of machine learning approaches into collaborative design schemes can maximise their usability and accessibility to non-expert users.

In this webinar you will:
• Learn about the integration of Schrödinger’s machine learning technologies with physics based modelling that can be utilized to predict properties of new materials
• Hear about use cases from materials science areas and how data generated can be used to build machine learning models
• See how the integration of machine learning approaches into collaborative design schemes can maximise their usability and accessibility"

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Request for Tenders: Delivery and implementation of components of the Laboratory Service System – LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) at NIZP-PZH

June 25 @ 11:00 am CEST

Solicitation #: O-OZP-22-179/5/21 Poland's National Institute of Public Health - National Institute of Hygiene (NIZP-PZH) is seeking tenders for a laboratory information management system. NOTE: The entire documentation is in Polish. Due date: June 25 2021, 11:00 GMT +2

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Invitation for Bid: Biomonitoring Analytical Services

June 25 @ 3:00 pm CDT

Solicitation #: 21-3014 "he San Antonio Water System (SAWS) is soliciting bids for biomonitoring services from an accredited laboratory under The NELAC Institute (TNI) to provide quality Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET) analysis required for effluent monitoring by Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Specific methodology relating to Biomonitoring Testing can be found at the EPA website. SAWS is a municipally owned utility that provides water, wastewater, and recycled water service. The treatment plants operated by…

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ISC 2021

June 27 - July 1
Messe Frankfurt, Tor Ost (East Gate), Hall 3
Frankfurt, 60327 Germany
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An annual international conference on high-performance computing, networking, and storage

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Request for Offers: Laboratory Information System Maintenance

June 28 @ 10:30 am CDT

Solicitation #: HHS0009518V2 "HHSC is seeking to maintain the existing software provided by Sunquest Information System. HHSC uses this application to receive patient demographic data, accept lab orders, print bar code labels, run tests and forward test results back to State Hospitals, State Supported Living Centers and TCID." "The Contractor will provide maintenance and support for the existing Sunquest Laboratory Information System to HHSC which has the following modules: General Laboratory, Microbiology Module, and Sunquest Instrument Manager (SIM) which supports…

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Webinar: Strategies for Creating AI Ready Chemical Data

June 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

A webinar sponsored by the Informatics Alliance

Date: Tuesday, June 29th, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM EDT, 7:00 AM PDT

In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have become important tools to help solve challenges in almost every domain, including science. Examples of application of AI in life sciences and in chemical R&D include toxicology prediction of chemical compounds and automated synthesis planning. Unfortunately, many data scientists nowadays spend the majority of their time on preparing data instead of creating knowledge and building new AI/ML tools and models from the data. What strategies can we apply to make chemical data, such as chemical compound and chemical reaction data, more ready for use by AI?

In this webinar, Informatics Alliance chemical data experts Gerd Blanke (StructurePendium GmbH) and Thomas Doerner (independent consultant) discuss the following topics with Esben Jannik Bjerrum (Astrazeneca), Andreas Bender (ICB/Nuvisan and Cambridge University) and Ted Slater (Elsevier):

  • Why do we want chem data to be AI ready
  • What are the criteria for AI ready chemical data
  • How to capture chem data in an AI ready way
  • How to improve AI-friendliness of existing chem data
  • Recommendations for improving the quality of chemical data

About the Informatics Alliance:

The Informatics Alliance is is a small group of dedicated chem- and bioinformatics experts focusing on serving the life science, agro and chemical industries. Each of us brings many years of experience with research informatics projects and practical implementations. We operate independently but we know and help each other, sharing experiences and expertise, and for bigger projects we join forces, for the benefit of all our clients. With group members based in Europe, the US, Asia, and in four world-leading life science hubs (Boston/Cambridge Massachusetts, Basel Switzerland, Copenhagen Denmark, Shanghai China) Informatics Alliance members can support clients all around the globe. For more information, visit informaticsalliance.org.

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Request for Information: Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)

June 29 @ 2:00 pm UTC+10

Solicitation #: RFITMRICT20106 The Department of Transport and Main Roads - Information Technology Branch of Queensland, Australia is seeking laboratory information management system (LIMS) vendors to complete its request for information to gain a better understanding of: * "the range and availability of a LIMS solutions * the delivery processes * the size and nature of the supply market * options for procuring a potential solution, and * factors to be considered when procuring a solution." Note: Account registration and…

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Webinar: Navigating Electronic Laboratory Reporting for the Laboratory Response Network

June 29 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

"Public health laboratories utilize a variety of electronic information systems to collect testing data and provide results to sample submitters and other external partners. Today, an urgent need still exists for modernized electronic data systems such as Electronic Laboratory Reporting (ELR). The Laboratory Response Network (LRN) is currently implementing ELR in member laboratories to improve data exchange systems. ELR utilizes Health Level 7 (HL7) standards and guidelines to ensure uniform communication between laboratories and the CDC and creates a robust and reliable system capable of transporting information securely. This webinar will provide an overview of current data exchange priorities, stories from completed implementations and funding opportunities for future implementations."

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Webinar: Best practices to recover from an out-of-control event

June 30 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am PDT

"Quality control results are flagged on a daily basis, and each lab may have different procedures to resolve the issue. As bench technologists are faced with an abrupt stop to their workflow and delayed reports, there are immediate actions to take following an out of control event. This webinar will discuss steps to recover from an out of control event and how to continue evaluating patient results after recovery.

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify the first 2 steps to take after an out-of-control event

2. Define how to evaluate your patient results after a QC out-of-control event

3. Outline at least one way how to correct erroneous results"

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Webinar: LIMS – The Complete Management Solution for Your Laboratory

June 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT

Webinar: LIMS - The Complete Management Solution for Your Laboratory

This webinar explores how a laboratory information management system (LIMS) provides a solid management framework for your laboratory. Learn about the core functions you should expect in a LIMS and modules you can add to maximize efficiency and improve results in your laboratory.

Date - Wednesday 30th June 2021
Time - 07:00 PDT, 10:00 EDT USA, 15:00 UK, 16:00 Europe

We'll discuss:

  • The core functions you should expect in a LIMS
  • Optional modules such as CAPA, Training, Instrument Calibration, Inventory, EM, Instrument Integration to drive productivity
  • Mining data, reporting and management functions
  • Ease of adaption to meet your needs, now and in the future
  • On-premise or cloud, choosing your optimum deployment architecture

Find out more about how a LIMS can help you, and learn the right questions to ask when you are looking to implement or upgrade your LIMS.

Sign up today: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5906719815964318477?source=limsforum

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Webinar: Creating a Secure Remote Workforce with VMware

June 30 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT

"Learn how you can address the challenges of building a consistent and secure model for your end user computing models, standardizing how internal resources are accessed and reducing dependency on endpoints with VMware Horizon and NSX. Build the tenets of Zero Trust into most granular level of your datacenter by providing individual firewalls and security policies that can be defined based on any context. Discover how policy driven personalization and security can create a seamless user experience and intelligent security."

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July 2021

Request for Quotations: Evaluation of Benzodiazepine Substances using the Drug Discrimination Assay

July 1 @ 10:00 am EDT

Solicitation #: 15DDHQ21Q00000059 "The Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Diversion Control Division (DC), Drug and Chemical Evaluation Section is responsible for evaluating drugs and chemicals to determine whether these substances have abuse potential. These evaluations are used by DEA to support its domestic scheduling activities." "Recently, numerous designer substances with benzodiazepine-like activity have been abused in the United States and pose a significant risk to the public safety. Law enforcement and forensic laboratory databases have reported increased encounters of designer benzodiazepine…

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Request for Quotes: Laboratory Water Sample Analysis

July 1 @ 11:00 am EDT

Solicitation #: RFQ018974 The City of Columbus, Ohio's Division of water is obtaining bids for professional laboratory services to test water and environmental samples for Giardia and Cryptosporidium. See the solicitation documents for more information. Due date: 01 July 2021, 11:00 a.m. EDT

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Request for Proposal: Lead-Based Paint and Asbestos Testing Services

July 2 @ 3:00 pm PDT

Solicitation #: Unknown The City of Downey, California is seeking lead-based paint and asbestos testing services. Log-in is required to view the bid documents. Due date: 02 July 2021, 3:00 p.m. PDT

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International Conference on Health and Medical Informatics Systems 2021

July 5 - July 6

An annual international conference on health informatics NOTE: This conference will be held online.

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C3DIS 2021

July 5 - July 9

An Australasian conference on "the production of breakthrough science outcomes that require large scale, complex computations and analyses to be carried out over massive data sets" NOTE: Will be held online.

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ICINCO 2021

July 6 - July 8

International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics, an annual international conference on the "application of informatics to control, automation, and robotics"

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Request for Tender: Acquisition and implementation of a LIMS solution (Integrated Laboratory Information Management System)

July 12 @ 3:00 pm CEST

Solicitation #: 2021 / S 112-292959 Métropole européenne de Lille is seeking tenders related to its need for a laboratory information management system. Note that all documents are in French, and account registration is required to view the tender documents. Due date: 12 July 2021, 3:00 p.m. GMT +2

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Pre-market Engagement: Laboratory Information Management System for Surgical Materials Testing Lab

July 13 @ 8:00 am BST

Solicitation #: 110995 "NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership is looking to procure a laboratory information management system (LIMS) for use by the Surgical Materials Testing Laboratory (SMTL) and wishes to engage with suppliers interested in this requirement. The purpose of this pre-market engagement exercise is to assess the capabilities of the market and to enable NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership to refine its specification and approach to the procurement of this requirement. Indicative pricing will also be requested as part…

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Philippines Lab Expo

July 14
SMX Convention Center – Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Seashell Ln., Pasay, 1300 Metro
Manila, Philippines
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An annual national laboratory exhibition

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Webinar: Demonstrating Value: Health Economics in Laboratory Medicine

July 14 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am PDT

"Health economic evaluations are used to inform decision-making in healthcare as they aim to assess the impact of new health interventions, technologies, or services by quantifying their costs and consequences against an appropriate comparator. Data and insights from laboratory tests help guide clinical decision-making, support policy changes, healthcare service planning and can have substantial influence on care pathways. The ability to link the value of laboratory medicine to downstream outcomes is critically important. This webinar will explore well-established tools used for health economic evaluation, as well as key considerations when performing health economic evaluations of laboratory tests.

Learning Objectives:

* To appreciate the opportunities associated with increased health economic literacy in laboratory medicine.
* Understand key tools and opportunities to utilize health economics to support decision making.
* Identify gaps and potential opportunities for determining the value of a laboratory test at your institution through health economic evaluations"

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Online Symposium: Advances in Food & Beverage Analysis 2021

July 15 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT

"The inaugural Advances in Food & Beverage Analysis 2021 is a free to attend online symposium that will showcase the latest advances in in food quality and safety testing.

The global food supply chain is more complex than ever and the challenge of monitoring the huge variety of products we consume remains key to ensuring consumer safety and confidence. This event features an impressive line-up of scientists and technology providers that are working hands-on at the cutting edge of research aimed at addressing some of the most pressing issues in food safety and quality analysis. Talks will focus on analyzing contaminants of concern, the future of the food supply and the technology that enables cutting-edge research in this field.

The event can be accessed via mobile, tablet or PC. Register your place now to ensure you don't miss out."

NOTE: It's not clear how long this symposium runs.

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Virtual Event: Food Safety Hazards Series: Salmonella Detection, Mitigation, Control & Regulation

July 15 @ 11:45 am - 2:45 pm EDT

"The CDC estimates that nearly 1.35 million people fall ill and 420 people die annually as a result of non-typhoidal Salmonella. Food is determined to be the main source of illness in these cases. During this virtual event, experts will discuss challenges and tangible best practices in Salmonella detection, mitigation and control, along with critical issues that the food industry faces with regards to the pathogen."

"11:45 am - 11:50 pm - Welcome and Introductions
Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief, Food Safety Tech

11:50 am - 12:35 pm - Get with the Program: Modernization of Poultry Inspections in the United States (Panel Discussion)
Mitzi Baum, CEO, STOP Foodborne Illness
Other Panelists TBA

12:35 pm - 12:50 pm - TechTalk sponsored by Meritech
Will Eaton, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Meritech

12:50 pm - 1:35 pm - Detect, Deter, Destroy! A Discussion on Salmonella Detection, Mitigation and Control
Elise Forward, President and Principal Consultant, Forward Food Solutions
Other Speakers TBA

1:35 pm -1:50 pm - Sponsored TechTalk

1:50 pm - 2:20 pm - A Case Study
Rob Mommsen, Senior Director, Global Quality Assurance & Food Safety, Sabra Dipping Company

2:20 pm - 2:35 pm - Sponsored TechTalk

2:35 pm - 2:45 pm - Wrap Up Discussion"

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Digital Transformation Webcast Series: “Predictive Chemistry, The Holy Grail For Chemicals & Materials”

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Astrix is bringing together innovative informatics solutions providers from across the industry that are at the forefront of technology to present cutting edge solutions that will enable the transformation of your laboratory into the digital lab of the future.

Join us for this unique series to learn more about these revolutionary advancements in laboratory informatics.

Title: “Predictive Chemistry, The Holy Grail For Chemicals & Materials”

  • Date:  July 15th 1:00 EST
  • Company:  Alchemy
  • Presenter:  Sasha Novakovich, CEO and co-founder, Alchemy

Session Summary

The potential value of predictive chemistry is everywhere and enterprises across the globe have added “pursue AI” or “technology innovation” to their corporate strategies. Chief Innovation Officers and teams of data scientists are already working to bring this vision to life. But it’s going more slowly, and with spottier results, than many had hoped.

So, is predictive chemistry possible? If yes, why is it taking so long to turn the vision into reality? And what can companies be doing today to accelerate their predictive chemistry strategies?

In this webinar, hosted by Alchemy’s CEO and co-founder, Sasha Novakovich, we will dive into:

  • Why predictive chemistry will be a gamechanger for our industry
  • The factors that make it so hard to actualize
  • An actionable roadmap to make predictive chemistry a reality
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Webinar: Research has Changed—Five Ways to Navigate the Post-Pandemic Lab

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

"Very often, time spent saving money costs more money than it saves. So, managers must evaluate how lab staff are spending their time. Where are the bottlenecks that waste precious time?

Some of the key questions to ask include:

* Does the lab have the right collaboration tools to enable a hybrid workforce to manage all of the interactions required for the lab?
* Does the lab have the right mechanics to find the right things the lab needs?
* Can you find a more efficient way to place orders?
* Have you organized your space to store incoming orders effectively?
* Would a single system to track and inventory orders benefit everyone?

Resolving these questions can make significant time savings. This helps the critical paths deliver, which means real productivity, and real savings."

"Join Lab Manager and our panel of experts as we discuss ways to increase your productivity and cost savings as you navigate the post-pandemic lab."

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Webinar: What’s in it for me? The Fundamentals and Implementing ISO 35001: Biorisk Management

July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

"APHL is proud to provide this free webinar! This program will provide attendees with the value and knowledge of implementing ISO 35001: Biorisk Management for Laboratories and Other Related Organizations. Participants will hear from three speakers on the major components of the standard, applying ISO 35001 real time with COVID-19 and achieving ISO 17025 accreditation and relations to ISO 35001 . This webinar will also be recorded and made available for those unable to listen live."

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