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    Sep 25 | Diagnostics World News | New CRISPR COVID-19 diagnostics from the University of Connecticut and MIT/Broad, Mass General compares testing strategies and recommends wide screening, and King’s College London doctors recommend CT scans to flag COVID-19 lung issues. Plus, Singapore invents the SwabBot—a robot swabber, DetectaChem releases portable test pouches, and Pacific Northwest National Lab validates diagnostic kits. More
  • Advice On Commercializing Point-Of-Care Technologies

    Sep 24 | Diagnostics World News | A better diagnostic platform enabling near-patient testing of disease biomarkers, including the presence of antibodies indicative of previous SARS-CoV-2 infection, as well as advice on how to build and fund new point-of-care (POC) platforms, were among the topics covered during last month’s virtual Next Generation Dx Summit. More
  • The Promise And Perils Of Home-Use Tests

    Sep 21 | Diagnostics World News | The FDA’s regulatory process for home-use tests, including Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs), and concerns surrounding in-home sample collection, were the focus of a series of talks at the recent Next Generation Dx Summit. While increasing access to testing, particularly during a pandemic, home-use tests come with significant challenges that include fairly weighing the risks and benefits, points out conference speaker Elliot Cowan, principal and founder of Partners in Diagnostics. More
  • CMR Imaging Of Athletes, Role For Thermography, Watch Pulse Oximeter Levels: COVID-19 Updates

    Sep 18 | Diagnostics World News | Differing nasal expressions in blacks, a risk stratification tool for athletes, a new antibody test for identifying plasma donors, warning for patients with sleep apnea, the utility of infrared thermographs, lower pulse oximetry levels and fever lead reasons for rehospitalizations, and a Lab-in-Cartridge device rolling out across the U.K. Plus, a dual-purpose nonprofit, computing how to allocate test kits, seven digital health solutions receive NIH funding, and efforts underway to standardize SARS-CoV-2 assays. More
  • Diagnostic Stewardship: Better Care At A Lower Cost

    Sep 16 | Diagnostics World News | Diagnostic stewardship was a trending topic at the recent Next Generation Dx Summit, and the highlights included presentations by Christopher Doern, director of clinical microbiology at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Health System and the Medical College of Virginia, and Matt Binnicker, director of clinical virology and vice chair of practice in the department of laboratory medicine and pathology at the Mayo Clinic. Both offered practical advice and tips for improving patient care under real-world budget and workforce constraints. More
  • Follow the Money: Cancer Blood Tests, Regulatory Information Management

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  • Antibody Test-On-A-Chip, New Mortality Score, Chest X-Rays In Diagnostics: COVID-19 Updates

    Sep 11 | Diagnostics World News| Harvard researchers have optimized new SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic, antibody test-on-a-chip uses gold nanospikes for virus detection, 4C Mortality Score predicts disease outcome, and LSU radiologists argue for chest x-rays in COVID-19 diagnostics. Plus, scaled up testing, AI-powered reopening, more testing receives EUAs. More
  • Post-Pandemic, Payers May Be Reining In Telemedicine

    Sep 10 | Diagnostics World News | Telemedicine is probably not appreciably lowering the overall cost of patient care, according to Maria Turner, managing director at global management consulting firm AArete. Post-pandemic, Turner expects the telemedicine landscape will look a lot different than it does today. More
  • Moving From Why To How With Personalized Medicine Technologies

    Sep 08 | Diagnostics WorldOncologists often make decisions about diagnostic tests with very little information to go on, and the dearth of high-quality evidence has made it difficult for both doctors and institutions to advance personalized medicine without a roadmap for overcoming the challenges, which the Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC) has been developing. At the recent Next Generation Dx Summit, speakers explored how oncologists choose and evaluate such tests. More
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    Sep 04 | Diagnostics World News | A CRISPR-based assay and smartphone-based molecular test, the role of children in viral spread, using pressure to concentrate samples, a patient scoring system, timetable on retesting, two tests are better than one, and deep dives on older patients. Plus, the COVID-19 Symptom Data Challenge and nine more companies get NIH grants to scale up COVID-19 testing. More
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