Tag: data innovations

December 19, 2016 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

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Pathologists and lab managers interested in developing diagnostic management teams within their hospitals and health systems will be interested in an upcoming conference on that topic. Organized by Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, Chairman of the Department of Pathology at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, it will take place at the Galveston Island Convention Center

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November 16, 2015 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

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Roper Industries, the owner of Sunquest Information Systems, Inc., acquired two more lab informatics companies. On October 26, it announced a definitive agreement to purchase Atlas Medical, familiar to lab administrators as one of the main providers of connectivity solutions for clinical labs and pathology groups in the United States. Roper also signed an agreement to

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May 11, 2015 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

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Last month, TriCore Reference Laboratories of Albuquerque, New Mexico, announced that it had purchased the Rhodes Group, of Vernon, Connecticut. Rhodes Group provides data integration services for labs and other healthcare providers. TriCore had long been a customer of Rhodes Group. TriCore is pursuing a strategy of leveraging lab test data with other clinical and healthcare data.

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Spate of Lab Informatics Deals Signals Greater Investor Interest

DURING OCTOBER, three laboratory informatics companies were acquired or obtained new capital funding. It is an indication of the growing importance that laboratory informatics will play as healthcare moves toward the goal of the universal patient health record (EHR).

The first of the three transactions came on October 7. Halfpenny Technologies, Inc., of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania,

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July 16, 2007 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

Another example of the globalization of laboratory testing services is the just-announced acquisition of laboratory middleware provider P.G.P, s.a., of Brussells, Belgium, by Data Innovations, Inc., of South Burlington, Vermont. Data Innovations states that the acquisition now gives it “unprecedented worldwide reach” in the laboratory middleware market. Combined, the two companies have 6,500 middleware systems

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Key Trends Drive Change for Clinical Laboratories

CEO SUMMARY: Technology plays an ever-growing role in reshaping the organization and operation of clinical laboratories. New technologies figure prominently in THE DARK REPORT’S 2007 list of key trends in the clinical laboratory industry. Technological advances in instrument systems, informatics, and molecular diagnostics are giving laboratories new tools to improve clinical services and streamline lab

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Middleware Provides Opportunity For Labs to Gain New Functions

“Even as more laboratories begin to use middleware, the number of functions and uses for middleware continues to increase
—Gregory R Vail, CEO, Data Innovations, Inc.
CEO SUMMARY: Middleware is attracting attention throughout the laboratory industry. It describes the software applications that bridge instruments and the LIS, or sit on top of the LIS to perform specific

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