BioIT Solutions to Exhibit at SLAS2014 in San Diego

Join BioIT Solutions and over 5,500 leading researchers, technologists, engineers, and laboratory professionals for five impactful days of education, innovation and community from January 18-22, at SLAS2014 in San Diego.

BioIT Solutions will be at

Booth 1346 on the Exhibit Floor. Stop by to see our software solutions in action. 1Platform4 DiagnosticsTM is gaining recognition for end-to-end support of emerging Molecular Diagnostics businesses. 1Platform4 DiscoveryTM is used by leading life sciences companies to track research reagents through the discovery pipeline, to enhance collaboration and reduce cycle time. 1Platform4 Drug DiscoveryTM is a pre-configured solution for preclinical and clinical testing labs with unprecedented visibility into sample tracking, instrument interfacing, and reporting.

Come say hello to our director of Sales, John Muth and Mohsen Marefat (VP of Marketing). Pick up a BioIT Solutuion Coozie and see how 1Platform can put your company’s information to work.

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BioIT Solutions at 2013 Next Generation Dx Summit

BioIT Solutions was honored to be a sponsor at the 2013 Next Generation Dx Summit, held Aug 20-22 in Capital Hill, Washington DC. Attendees heard from a number of industry luminaries, including our very own president, Mike Fannon. Mike spoke about the need for emerging diagnostics companies to make an early investment in comprehensive enterprise solutions. Mike presented several customer case studies, including NeoDiagnostix where patient reports can be securely delivered over the web. Kalen Biomedical uses our software to comprehensively track reagent manufacturing. OncoPlexDx performs sophisticated multi-marker
Mike Fannon, of BioIT Solutions at the 2013 Next Gen Dx Summit

diagnostics and uses web services to interface with a reimbursement company. OTraces is validating their breast cancer diagnostic at Russia’s leading cancer research center and the BioIT Solutions web-based offering can support their operations with ease. Finally, NXPharmagen was buried under a pile of spreadsheets, but now uses the BioIT platform to analyze and interpret Biomarker data.

These companies recognize the shift in expectations brought about by modern internet and mobility technologies, including:

  • Physicians, patients and business partners expect convenient, on-line access
  • Virtual companies must be able to collaborate effectively over the internet
  • Advanced diagnostics require sophisticated information management and analysis tools

In Mike’s view, the keys to building an Enterprise Solution for emerging diagnostics companies are:

  • Informatics and Research should develop concurrently, not sequentially
  • Support the entire diagnostics lifecycle, from sample receipt, laboratory processing, reagent supply, report preparation, approvals, billing and sales force analysis
  • Enable physicians and partners to access their information via secure web portals that reflect your brand and reinforce customer relationships
  • Tools must be adaptive, yet support regulatory and business requirements for data integrity, traceability, and auditability
  • Strive for a single source of truth

Please visit our web site periodically for more information on BioIT Solutions and feel free to email us at sales@bioit.com to learn how we can transform your emerging diagnostics company’s operations.

BioIT Sponsoring 2013 Next Generation Diagnostic​s Summit

BioIT Solutions is sponsoring the 2013 Next Generation Diagnostics Summit August 20-22, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.
Website: http://www.nextgenerationdx.com/

Michael Fannon, President of BioIT Solutions and Former CIO of Human Genome Sciences will be giving a talk during the Commercialization track of the conference:

Commercializing Diagnostic Services on a Global Platform
Date: August 21, 2013
Time: 1:50pm

Diagnostics markets require sophisticated workflow management, outcome interpretation, and secure report preparation. Add regulatory, reagent supply-chain, and reimbursement issues and many diagnostics pioneers face critical business needs for real-time controls. Mike discusses practical guidelines for fast and cost-effective platform deployment to manage modern Dx services.