Recap of September 14, 2017

AACC NY Metro Section and TriMark POCT Conference New York City!

There was hardly an empty seat at Rockefeller Research Laboratories on the campus of Memorial Sloan Kettering, Thursday, September 14, 2017, as a lineup of outstanding POCT topics were presented! Topics and speakers, as well as authorized slides, and sponsors are highlighted below...

Why Knowing Now Matters in the Emergency Department
Ellis Jacobs, Ph.D., DABCC, FACB
Director Scientific Affairs, Alere


Dr. Jacobs' talk highlighted Emergency Department Facts and Figures as well as why Knowing now matters™ for Chest Pain, Sepsis, and Infectious Disease. For a copy of his slides, click here or on the image below...


100% Connectivity in Point

of Care Testing is Achievable
Christiane Nooney, MBA/MHA, MT(AMT), Duke University POCC


Chris discussed how POCT connectivity can facilitate quality oversight of even large, complex programs by a relatively small number of knowledgeable and dedicated technologists.

For a copy of her slides, click here or on the image below...


POC Glucose in

Critical Patients
Jeff Dubois, Ph.D., Scientific Affairs
Nova Biomedical


Dr. Dubois was unable to provide his slides.

Maintaining Quality in POC Through Data Integration with Core Lab Results
Joshua Hayden, Ph.D., DABCC, FACB, Assistant Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine


Dr. Hayden was unable to provide his slides.

Point of Care Testing in Clinical Microbiology
Yi-Wei Tang, MD, Ph.D., Service

Chief, Microbiology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center


Dr. Tang was unable to provide his slides.

Vendor Sponsors

 TriMark and the AACC NY Metro Section wish to thank the following sponsors for their support:

Up Next...

This meeting was so successful that the NY metro Section of AACC and TriMark are already making plans for a 2018 meeting! Be sure to visit this website and the Trimark Conferences website for updates, as well as be watching your email for further details.

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