Tag: labotix

Cerner Acquires Lab Automation Company

BY NOW, MANY OF YOU HAVE HEARD THE NEWS that Cerner Corporation has acquired Labotix, Inc., the laboratory automation company based in Peterborough, Ontario. That transaction was announced last Monday, March 18.

I consider this deal notable because it is an example of how strange bedfellows will be joining forces as healthcare undergoes a radical transformation

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November 7, 2011 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

Many experts were impressed when General Electric Co. ponied up $587 million to acquire pathology testing company Clarient, Inc., in October 2010. Now comes further insight behind this transaction. At an investment conference in Boston on November 3, John Dineen, CEO of GE Healthcare, told the audience that his company—currently generating revenue of $2.4 billion

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It’s Modular Automation At Beaumont Hospital Lab

CEO SUMMARY: Many hospital labs are evaluating laboratory automation options. The fastest-growing problem which needs an answer is the shortage of trained medical technologists and technicians. At William Beaumont Hospital’s new laboratory, selective workstation and modular automation solutions were chosen as part of a master plan to reduce overall lab testing costs and minimize labor

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New Automation Tools Ready for Clinical Labs

CEO SUMMARY: Evidence grows that workstation automation and modular automation can be cost-effective solutions in the clinical laboratory. But the newest generation of automation technology presents lab administrators with a new challenge. Financial analysis and workplace reengineering are now essential skills for success. Lab managers who fail to upgrade their capabilities will find themselves at

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LAB-InterLink Acquires Labotix Automation, Inc.

CEO SUMMARY: Here’s an interesting combination of expertise. LAB-InterLink has one of most sophisticated process control software products for running automated laboratory systems. Its acquisition of Labotix, resulting in the largest installed base of lab automation hardware in the United States, now allows it to combine proven hardware and software into a single automation solution

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“June 7, 1999 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

Another laboratorian has caught entrepreneur’s fever. Paul Gotcher accepted a position in April as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Advanced Pathology Systems, Inc. (PSI) of San Francisco. PSI is a start-up company developing enhanced microscopy techniques. Gotcher was most recently with ARUP Laboratories in Salt Lake City. Gotcher earlier served as President and

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