By LabPulse.com staff writers

August 9, 2019 -- Beckman Coulter launched a new line of automation software at the 2019 American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) meeting designed to help clinical labs of all sizes automate their operations.

Using the "Workflow" product family, the new offerings are available in three configurations and are designed to improve throughput and efficiency for labs ranging from small rural facilities to large centralized ones.

At the top of the product line, WorkflowCommand is designed for the largest labs and high throughput, with cloud-based software to improve turnaround times.

WorkflowAdvanced is targeted at medium-sized labs and includes advances intended to eliminate manual steps in the pre- and postanalytical phases of sample analysis.

Finally, WorkflowConnect delivers the benefits of automation to smaller labs that might have as few as one technician on staff. The software is available on a subscription basis to reduce the total cost of ownership.

At AACC 2019, Beckman Coulter also demonstrated DxA 5000, the company's lab automation system that it plans to begin shipping soon in the U.S. DxA 5000 received approvals in Europe and China earlier this year.

FDA announces Beckman Coulter recall of hematology analyzers
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences has recalled several of its hematology analyzers due to the risk of inaccurate results, according to a U.S. Food and Drug...
Beckman Coulter gets DxA 5000 approvals
Beckman Coulter announced that its DxA 5000 lab automation system has received regulatory approvals in Europe and China.
Beckman Coulter gets FDA nod for early sepsis test
Beckman Coulter has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Early Sepsis Indicator, a hematology-based cellular...
Beckman Coulter buys acoustic liquid handling firm Labcyte
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences has acquired Labcyte, a privately held company that develops acoustic liquid handling technology.

Copyright © 2019 LabPulse.com

Last Updated np 8/9/2019 3:16:17 PM



Register below for our weekly Letter from the Editor to receive the latest Clinical Lab news and insights.
Email