At Neoteryx, we work with top scientists and researchers to help facilitate and promote their revolutionary work using Mitra® microsampling devices and Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS®) technology.
New work using microsampling in proteomics has transformative implications for science and research, for patient outcomes, and for the way labs do business.
"Having spent years attempting to discover new protein biomarkers, the most interesting and highly motivating thing about our proteomics work is how we might now be able to bring it to the stage where it has impact by improving patient outcomes," says Dr. Stephen Pennington of University College Dublin, whose work in proteomics using Mitra® microsampling devices has indeed begun to garner wider attention.
Telemedicine involves providing healthcare services to patients remotely using telecommunication tools like smartphones and computers. Leveraging advances in patient monitoring and smarter healthcare, it has the potential to minimize or eliminate traditional healthcare challenges. However, its implementation requires a well-thought-out plan.
The following is a guideline on how to implement a telemedicine program:
In an era of change, labs are responding with new and innovative approaches and considering new angles from science and business perspectives. One Austin-based lab, focused on personalized medicine, merits special attention.
The healthcare industry has witnessed drastic changes and will continue experiencing more, due to technology advances and healthcare expectations. These changes provide new opportunities for smart healthcare investors.
Topics: Alternative to Venipuncture
Doctors normally collect blood samples to understand, prevent, treat, and also monitor various conditions. You are familiar with the unnerving, painful, frightening, and inconvenient part of the blood-draw process. The inconvenience is caused when you have to leave your home or work to go to the lab. It doesn’t always have to be that way.