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ApolloLIMS to exhibit at the 2011 APHL Annual Meeting

Come join us at the 2011 Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the 5th State Environmental Laboratory Conference.

Booth 205

Omaha, NE

June 5-8, 2011

ApolloLIMS is a world class Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) that has been designed for performance and flexibility. ApolloLIMS functions as the core of laboratory operations by controlling the day-to-day workflow such as specimen processing, resulting of tests, specimen reporting, analysis of laboratory operations and much more.

ApolloLIMS is also designed to promote a streamlined and efficient workflow within the laboratory environment. Laboratory automation has become very important in running an efficient laboratory. ApolloLIMS is able to assist in achieving automation goals by offering instrument integration and foreign system interfaces.

ApolloLIMS helps laboratories meet their scientific, performance and business goals. ApolloLIMS has been successfully implemented in Toxicology, Pain Management, Public Health, Clinical, Environmental, and Hospital laboratory environments in the United States and Caribbean.

The 2011 APHL Annual Meeting and Fifth State Environmental Laboratory Conference will be held at the Qwest Center in Omaha, NE from June 5-8, 2011. The meetings will consist of a member assembly, keynote session, general and breakout sessions, roundtables and exhibits all over the course of four days. This year's meeting will discuss issues ranging from environmental issues to emerging infectious diseases and emergency preparedness, from informatics to food safety, newborn screening and global health. Attendees include state, county, city and local public health lab directors, environmental and agricultural lab directors, senior laboratory staff, government and private laboratory personnel and others interested in laboratory issues.

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Posted by: ApolloLIMS on Apr 06,11| Profile| LIMS - Laboratory Information Management Systems


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