We live in an age of simplification and streamlining, in which important things seem to be getting ever smaller. In clinical labs, executives and lab directors are in search of new ways in which to eliminate waste, make operations more efficient, and implement a smarter and simpler clinical laboratory workflow.
It’s the era of IT implementation, healthcare integration, and an ever-changing reimbursement landscape. Clinical laboratory workflow improvements can improve the success of the laboratory and further extend to other areas including various departments and home care services.
In the realm of therapeutic drug monitoring, particularly for measuring antiepileptics, microsampling techniques continue to make good on their promise.
Topics: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
The moment babies are born, a number of screening tests are done before they are discharged from the hospital. The purpose of the screening is to check some disorders that do not have visible signs. Early detection enables the doctors to have a critical edge in treatment and management of the disorder before it causes serious harm to your child.
Topics: Clinical Research
As our international and interpersonal networks grow larger and stronger, a little information can go a long way. Our world is getting smaller. Our technology is getting smaller, too. And it's getting a lot more powerful.