Researchers from the Medical College of Wisconsin, the Children’s Research Institute, and the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin have developed a rapid, automated system to differentiate strains of influenza.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) encourage public comment on two regulations that lay a foundation for improving quality, efficiency, and safety through meaningful use of certified EHR technology.
Affomix Corp announces that Kalgene Pharmaceuticals Inc has signed a commercial agreement to have Affomix utilize its Y2HExpress technology to select antibodies with potential diagnostic and therapeutic utility in breast cancer.
The previously announced AppyScore supplemental clinical trial continues to advance, with over 400 patients enrolled to-date from the emergency departments of more than a dozen well-known hospitals across the United States.
The American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) new Clinical Practice Recommendations being published as a supplement to the January issue of Diabetes Care call for the addition of the A1C test as a means of diagnosing diabetes and identifying pre-diabetes.
ThromboVisions T-Guide responds to this need by providing a simple, inexpensive diagnostic test that can show a patients level of platelet stickiness, and their responsiveness to their prescribed treatments.
Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corp announces it is instituting several actions to become a fully reporting organization, improve transparency to investors and migrate the trading of its common shares to the over-the-counter market.
The thyroid cancer rate is rising rapidly, especially among women. The American Thyroid Associations members are working to educate more people about thyroid cancer as well as treat and cure it.
Cardiac marker POC tests are now widely used in hospitals and have emerged as a successful model of the concept of point-of-care diagnostics, according to a new report from Kalorama Information.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in the Department of Health and Human Services announces the availability of two additional grant programs to support the training and development of the skilled workforce required to support broad adoption and use of health IT.