COVID-19 Serology Testing: Why to Test and What the Test Results Mean
Serological assays are designed to detect specific antibodies to demonstrate that people have mounted an immune response after being infected with the virus. They can play a critical role in identifying individuals who have mounted an immune response and possibly overcome infection in the past.
COVID-19 Serology (Antibody) Testing: Why to Test and What the Test Results Mean
By L.V. Rao PhD, S. Rivello BS, and K. Kuppusamy PhD. Quest Diagnostics, Marlborough, MA The COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the [...]
LabHealth Helps Innovate COVID-19 Testing Laboratories
LabHealth is committed to helping laboratories involved in COVID-19 testing by providing flexible platform integration tools that promote prompt and accurate [...]
Best Practices for Handling Clinical Specimens
Laboratories must always uphold a strict chain of custody protocol. This makes sure that specimens are properly tracked from the initial receipt [...]
Latest LIMS Updates | April 2020
LabHealth is proud to announce the following updates (talk with Lana regarding the content) Morbi [...]
What You Need to Know About Lab Billing Software Integrations
When it comes to managing a clinical laboratory service, getting procedures done on time and accurately is only part of the [...]
What is a LIMS and What are They Used for?
Let’s start by answering the question, “what is LIMS?” LIMS stands for Laboratory Information Management System, so better phrasing would [...]
AMP Annual Meeting | 2020 Updates
The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) was founded in 1995 to provide structure and leadership to the emerging field [...]