Tag: laboratory instruments

HDL Founders, BlueWave, Shareholders Sued for $600 Million by Bankruptcy Trustee

CEO SUMMARY: Unlike federal prosecutors, who to date have shown little interest in seeking to recover money from either the physicians who accepted inducements from Health Diagnostic Laboratory or many of the shareholders, executives, and sales consultants of HDL, the trustee of the HDL bankruptcy is moving aggressively to attempt to collect money from all

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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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DARK REPORT Presents “White Paper” Summary Of Laboratory Industry

INTRODUCTION: To celebrate five eventful years of service to the laboratory industry and pathology profession, THE DARK REPORT is pleased to present its first “White Paper” on the laboratory industry. Our goal is help laboratories and their suppliers accurately identify relevant market dynamics and understand how and why these market forces will affect the stability

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Quantum Dots Targeting Multiplexed Bioassays

CEO SUMMARY: Here’s another exciting new technology which promises to expand the capabilities of diagnostic testing while lowering laboratory costs. Based on research originally done during the 1970’s, quantum dots™ are nanometer-sized semiconductors with unique properties. Quantum Dot Corporation wants to use an “Intel Inside” strategy with diagnostic partners to launch new assays.

DIAGNOSTIC TESTING technology

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New Features Slated For Lab Information Systems

CEO SUMMARY: Two processes are transforming healthcare: managed care and quality management. Laboratory information systems must incorporate radically new features if they are to support changes to clinical laboratory operations. This makes it imperative that laboratory executives select an effective laboratory information system.

PARALLEL DEVELOPMENTS in the healthcare marketplace are shaping the design and function of

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