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Automating Logistics

In Healthcare, Next Flight Out Makes All The Difference

When managing medical logistics, every minute matters. This is especially true in the medical courier business when an organ or blood donation needs to be delivered across the county or even to a neighboring state.

Top 4 Ways To Innovate Your Medical Delivery Solutions

The life sciences industry relies heavily on time-critical logistics. Shipments containing blood, tissue, or organs can often mean life or death for the recipient. It is imperative for hospitals, clinics, and specimen banks to effectively plan, route, and track these shipments. Shipping medical specimen can be done internally, which can be costly, or through a Third Party Logistics provider. It is imperative for the hospitals or clinics to utilize adaptive technology for added visibility and ease of use.

Reflections From CLMA: Do You Have Visibility Into Your Clinical Samples?

If there is one word to describe the energy that surrounded the Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA) this year, it’s enthusiasm. I use the term enthusiasm, rather than a bland mix of “passion” because it highlights an array of adjectives that cover the multiple personas attending the conference.

Developing Organs: How Technology Creates Demand

As I write this, there are over 100,000 people who are waiting for their chance to receive a life-saving transplant. Perhaps one day it will be routine for organs to be synthetically created helping reduce this staggering statistic. Researchers and Scientists have had a couple of critical breakthroughs in the past years to help increase the supply of organs and reduce the number of humans waiting for a transplant.

Help Save A Life: How To Become An Organ Donor

While 95% of adults, in the United States, support organ donation, only 54% have signed up to be an organ donor. Fear plays a big part in stopping humans from donating. Imagine an organ living on without the person? It seems silly, but it’s not an unreasonable thought.

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