Test Sample Delivery by Drone is Possible: Study Released at AACC 2015

Patient samples can survive at least 40 minutes in a hobby-sized drone and be suitable for testing which could pave the way for drone sample delivery.  This per a study by the Johns Hopkins University announced at the American Association of Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo in Atlanta, GA last week.  The meeting was attended by over 18,000 laboratory professionals and 784 exhibitors.  This year’s meeting was held in Atlanta, Georgia.  

AACC 2015: Point-of-Care a Focus at Meeting

The American Association of Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo is attended by over 20,000 laboratory professionals and 784 exhibitors and is considered the largest IVD industry event.  This year’s meeting is being held in Atlanta, Georgia.  The story so far from Atlanta is POC.  Which is not surprising, because it may be as much as a third of the IVD market.   POC markets play in developed or developing.

Recently Proposed CMS Rules to Shape Opportunities in Advanced Patient Monitoring and Wearable Devices Markets

This blog covers markets treated fully in the recently released Kalorama Information market research reports Advanced Remote Patient Monitoring Systems, 8th Edition and The Market for Wearable Devices.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released proposed rules and funding changes this month for reimbursement of home health and nursing home care. These actions on the part of the largest payer for home health and nursing care in the United States create both opportunities for advanced patient monitoring and wearable devices as tools for compliance and improved efficiency...

New Developments in Point-of-Care (POC) Diagnostics – Kalorama White Paper

To receive the white paper, contact a customer service representative at 1-800-298-5603 (intl. +1 240 747 3096) or customerservice@kaloramainformation.com to register your company for free at www.kaloramainformation.com. For additional current and authoritative analysis of the POC diagnostics market, consult Kalorama Information’s market research report The World Market for Point of Care (POC) Diagnostics.

Integrated into molecular POC and other advanced near-patient IVD, connectivity features, biosensors and microfluidics are also integrating such devices more holistically with patient care...

Catch Up on Prenatal and Neonatal Testing Technologies and Industry Moves with Kalorama’s Clinical OMICs Article

Kalorama Information provides comprehensive insights into the prenatal and neonatal testing markets and industry with The Market for Prenatal, Newborn and Carrier Genetic Testing. Read more regarding the market with Kalorama’s article in Clinical OMICsPrenatal Testing Upgraded with Sequencing, Microarrays and Mass Spec.

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