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Alere Analytics Attends APIC-NE Bi-Annual Spring Conference

April 29, 2014

Alere Analytics attended APIC New England’s Bi-Annual Spring Conference 2014 last week in Springfield, MA, titled, “The How, When, & Where of C. diff.”

The trade show was an educational and interesting event. Our team had the opportunity to speak with several providers interested in learning more about how clinical surveillance can help their organizations contain and reduce hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) and fight antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria.

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Our booth at APIC New England’s Spring 2014 Conference

 

 

Our Clinical Sales Engineer, Lisa Powers, ready to demonstrate our CDS dashboard for APIC attendees.

Our Clinical Sales Engineer, Lisa Powers, ready to demonstrate our CDS dashboard for APIC attendees.

 

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Dr. Ritu Mahajan, Alere Analytics’ Director of Clinical Surveillance, and Roger Panduro, VP of Sales, prepare for an exciting day of talking infection control solutions with attendees.

 

We enjoyed having the opportunity to showcase our Clinical Surveillance solution for Conference attendees and learn  about how they’re currently tackling infection control.  We’re looking forward to attending the APIC Annual Conference on June 6-7 in Anaheim, CA. Please visit Alere at Booth #551. For more information about APIC and its New England Chapters, visit their website.

Interested in antimicrobial stewardship? Here are some recent Alere Analytics’ thought leadership articles on infection control:

“Taming Today’s Superbugs” by Dr. Fauzia Khan – Health Management Technology Online Only

“Reducing Hospital  Readmissions Rates: How to Avoid Upcoming Penalties and Maintain Patient Wellness” by Dr. Fauzia Khan – Becker’s Hospital Review

 

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