Today’s chemistry analyzers tackle several functions impacting a wide variety of disease states. While most laboratories use medium- and high-volume instruments, many labs incorporate low-volume analyzers to scale testing to demand. With heavy utilization, chemistry analyzers enjoy healthy turnover in a market with several options.
Plans to acquire new chemistry analyzers remain steady with... Read more
Increasing budget allocations for new automation and technology enable laboratory leaders to focus on offsetting staffing challenges and creating greater efficiencies. While risk mitigation and test standardization remain top of mind, and expanded test menus and analytical methods will always be enticing, labs are placing emphasis on clarifying the type, volume, and format of data (and resulting... Read more
For clinical laboratories, a decade may represent two or more life cycles of instrumentation and related technology. Given this rapid turnover rate, laboratory leaders are endowed with the blessing of a wide range of options and the cursed pressure to make the best choice. While the latter is rarely guaranteed, benchmarking your operations against similar facilities is an excellent way to make the... Read more
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution infiltrated the health care sector on the heels of Big Data innovation. Poised to disrupt anything it touches, health care AI research and development amassed 11 billion US dollars globally in 2021.1 For the medical laboratory, AI adoption offers a unique opportunity—a traceable “70%” (or greater) contribution to medical decisions. Optimized... Read more
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