This issue’s Product Spotlight includes the Repeater M4 pipette from Eppendorf, Cryo.s biobanking tubes from Greiner Bio-One, and the E1-ClipTip electronic pipette from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
As the field of analytics deepens in sophistication and complexity, big data can help laboratories decrease costs, increase quality, and collaborate with payors for higher quality outcomes.
Specialty container developer Wheaton has announced the expansion of its product line to include solutions for the clinical chemistry community.
The Abbott Innovation Roundtable at AACC highlighted the company’s latest strides forwards in the molecular diagnostics, point-of-care, and bio-identification sectors.
The IQCP E-Optimizer software solution from COLA Resources Inc helps laboratories perform a risk assessment to identify potential sources of error, meeting new guidelines from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
NYSDH approval enables Rosetta Genomics to offer its proprietary microRNA diagnostic for identification of four major subtypes of kidney cancer in all 50 US states.
Acquisition of leading regulatory firm in molecular diagnostics strengthens Illumina’s readiness for further expansion into clinical applications of next-generation sequencing.
The TransferMan 4r micromanipulator from Eppendorf North America, Hauppauge, NY, provides an intuitive user interface while enabling precise microinjection and direct transmission of movement.
The Appistry Pipeline Challenge will reward and support one winning proposal for a creative next-generation sequencing pipeline that will make a difference in clinical research and precision medicine.
Although enacted primarily as the annual “doc fix” to prevent severe cuts in the Medicare rates for physicians, the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 also embodies the first serious effort in 30 years to legislate a reform of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule.