Innovation and the Future of Lab Automation
Charles D. Hawker, Giuseppe Minola
| Sep 27, 2016
Webinar recording is now available for replay.
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
While the most advanced total lab automation systems today include chemistry, immunoassay, hematology, and hemostasis testing along with pre- and post-analytical processing, so many other diagnostic testing disciplines, specialties, and processes offer little or no integration with automation systems and are subject to inefficient and error-prone manual steps.
Learn about tomorrow’s state-of-the-art systems and integrated intelligent software that will enable your lab to turn complex manual tasks into streamlined, automated workflows—from blood draw to results reporting.
Hear from two distinguished industry leaders renowned for expanding the boundaries of clinical laboratory automation. ARUP Laboratories and Inpeco Group discuss innovations that will enable labs to automate diagnostic processes from end to end and the intelligent software that will provide traceability, efficiency, and quality every step of the way. Areas of discussion include:
- Systems to automate capillary electrophoresis, microbiology, molecular biology, mass spectrometry, and other specialty testing
- Software that incorporates predictive intelligence, operational guidance, and comprehensive decision-making support to help you manage all aspects of your workflow, anywhere and anytime
- Machine vision systems to prevent patient misidentifications, automate quality inspections, and reduce analytical errors
Charles D. Hawker, PhD, MBA, FACB, FACSc
Scientific Director, Automation and Special Projects
Giuseppe (Gigi) Minola
Senior Strategic Marketing Manager - Workflow and Solutions
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