Toxicology Reference Laboratories: MAXIMIZE REIMBURSEMENT A Free Webinar Wednesday, June 15, 2016 (10:30am EST) In today’s changing reimbursement environment it is more important than ever for Toxicology Reference Labs to maximize revenues by completely understanding the best billing and revenue cycle management processes as well as efficient workflows and revenue analytics. Our free webinar will walk you through historical trends of toxicology reference lab revenue as well as a future outlook on how to maximize revenues given the changing nature of the business. If you own, manage or work for a toxicology reference laboratory, this webinar should prove helpful for you and your future success.
This Conference will gather researchers, academics and industry professionals working in High-Content Screening to explore the latest advances and emerging technologies in the field. Hot topics include novel organisms, novel markers, new essays, novel microscopy techniques, image analysis and statistics.
July 25-27, 2016 – Princeton, NJ A Comprehensive Discussion on Informatics from Genomics, R&D, Clinical, Quality, and Manufacturing Perspectives to Address Top Industry Challenges! We are bringing together the sharpest and most experienced minds in the industry to tackle these issues and help move the informatics space out of the clutter. This interactive program will allow for a higher level of discussion on how a more robust informatics structure can lead directly to increased R&D efficiency, faster & more effective clinical trials, reduced downtime in production, and most importantly, more time to focus on innovation when your data is accessed and analyzed with ease.
This directory is unique in that the LIMSwiki team has gone through hundreds of LIMS vendors and researched their features and found pricing information and demonstration videos and compiled it into one single guide. If you are researching LIMS options, this directory will save you many hours of work.
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Waters Corporation today introduced Symphony™ Data Pipeline software, a client-server application for laboratories acquiring and archiving large amounts of data. Symphony software automates the movement and transformation of large amounts of LC-MS data to speed up analytical workflows and save time, reduce human error, and liberate scientists from the mundane yet necessary tasks associated with managing data files.
Workflow-driven software and expanded Thermo Fisher Cloud solutions provide accelerated route to discovery. Researchers looking to simplify compound identification, quantitation and complex data analysis now have access to a wide range of software and cloud solutions designed to allow users to analyze, share and discover unique insights in several applications, including proteomics, metabolomics, food safety and biopharmaceutical characterization.
Abbott Informatics is pleased to announce the launch of the STARLIMS Content Library. The STARLIMS Content Library allows customers to discover new content for STARLIMS, and enhances the value of add-on products such as Advanced Analytics, Mobility, ELN, and SDMS.
Ambry Genetics, a CAP-accredited and CLIA-certified clinical genetics lab offering the most comprehensive suite of tests for both inherited and non-inherited disorders, has chosen BioDiscovery's NxClinical software to manage its high volume operation while offering more tests and continuing its rapid growth.
ACD/Labs, a leading informatics company, today announced the launch ofMetaSense, an automated metabolite identification platform. This new product combines the industry's most-comprehensive metabolic transformation prediction with efficient analysis of LC/MS analytical measurements to identify, visualize, and report chemical biotransformations.
Many organizations decide to upgrade their LIMS to the latest version without fully exploring their options. While sometimes this upgrade can be easier, less time consuming, and less expensive than implementing a completely new LIMS, it is not always a clear-cut decision.
Three grant funding opportunities are available: 1) Lab US Realm Pilot Project, 2) High Impact Pilots (HIP) and 3) Standards Exploration Awards (SEA)Laboratory data exchange is a priority area for three recent funding announcements made by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). The grants are intended to support health IT standards testing and implementation, building on federal and private efforts to ensure health information can flow where it is needed. If you are performing work to advance interoperability and laboratory data exchange, please consider applying for one or more of these opportunities.
The Wake County Human Services Laboratory System supports the various Wake County Clinics from six sites. They perform both stat and routine testing and need a Lab Information System that will support both current testing requirements and any future expanded lab services.
The National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC) is the largest conference focused on environmental measurements in North America! The conference brings together scientists and managers from federal and state agencies, the regulated community, academia, and laboratory and engineering support communities. NEMC features presentations, posters, training, exhibits, and networking opportunities.
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