Watch the Webinar: Future Lab Success – Where Do POCT & Analytics Fit?


Orchard Software along with CAP TODAY, hosted a webinar entitled “Future Lab Success: Where Do POCT & Analytics Fit?” The event was moderated by Bob McGonnagle, Publisher, CAP TODAY. Presenters, Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM, and Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP), spoke on Analytics and Point-of-Care Testing and how these are important to the future success of the laboratory.

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2018 Orchard User Group & Symposium


Orchard Software is pleased to announce the dates and location for our 2018 User Group & Symposium, which will be held at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, Indiana, on June 20th & 21st.

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Watch the Webinar: One Person’s Journey Toward Understanding the Value of Healthcare Analytics


In his webinar, Dr. Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM walks viewers through his personal eye-opening analytics journey, which led him to understand the heightened value of analytics in emerging healthcare models. Dr. Novicki shares the details of the necessary components of a medical analytics project and outlines the results of Marshfield Clinic’s successful analytics projects. He highlights the importance of healthcare organizations using medical analytics to improve outcomes and inform business decisions.

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Watch the Webinar: Orchard Analytics Consortium


Matt Modleski, Orchard’s VP of Business Development, elaborates on the membership benefits for clients who join the Orchard Analytics Consortium. The consortium includes opportunities to improve test utilization, save your organization money, and advance your knowledge about healthcare analytics. The information session is presented in 30 minutes with additional time for Q&A.

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Orchard’s Latest White Paper June 2016


Molecular diagnostics is revolutionizing healthcare by paving the way for tailored treatments at the individual level—personalized medicine. Laboratory professionals must engage in active education with other healthcare colleagues to promote the integration of molecular advances into routine patient care; and aid in molecular and genetic data analysis and result interpretation to realize the full benefit of molecular testing and promote maximum lab value.

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