JUN 7 - SEP 30, 2016
A Virtual Destination for Laboratory Professionals
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Cardinal Health™ labXchange: A breakthrough idea for a non-traditional tradeshow

Cardinal Health™ labXchange is a no-cost online destination where lab professionals have access to exhibits, live webinars and product demonstrations in one convenient location. Hear from leading experts on industry related topics - reimbursements, big data, emerging diseases, IQCP and more. It runs from June 7 to September 30, 2016.
 
Here are some of the benefits you’ll get with your labXchange registration:

  • Continuing Education credits at NO COST to you offered with several webinars covering an array of industry topics
  • No travel expenses – a Wi-Fi connection is your ticket into the show
  • Real-time interaction with industry experts, exhibitors and peers
  • On-demand content is available 24/7. 

Live events coming up:

  • September 13–14: live educational webinars and product demonstrations

Available on-demand now through September 30, 2016:

  • Several CE accredited webinars covering an array of industry-related topics
  • Product demonstrations by clinical diagnostic suppliers
  • Poster Hall showcasing students’ research
  • Exhibit Hall with 15+ supplier booths
  • Cardinal Health™ Virtual Lab 

 


Register now to get started.  More information is available on the Agenda tab located at the top of the page.
 
*Continuing Education

By watching the webcast presentations, you can earn Continuing Education (CE) credits at NO COST to you. To earn educational credits, you must view an entire presentation. Following the presentation you must click on the educational credit link provided for that particular speaker and follow the required process. Once you have completed the process, you will receive a certificate for the educational credit.

For Cardinal Health Registration Terms & Conditions Click here
Email cahlabxchange@cardinalhealth.com with any questions.

 


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About Us

Cardinal Health improves the cost-effectiveness of healthcare.

Founded as Cardinal Foods by Robert D. Walter, Cardinal Health was initially a food wholesaler, but, through a series of acquisitions, evolved into a drug distribution company and then into the global healthcare services company it is today.

Cardinal Health improves the cost-effectiveness of healthcare. We help pharmacies, hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories and physician offices focus on patient care while reducing costs, enhancing efficiency and improving quality. We operate the nation’s largest network of radiopharmacies. And, with nearly 100 years of experience, Cardinal Health provides medical products and services to many of America’s most prestigious medical institutions. In fact, most U.S. hospitals use our products and services to provide care for their patients. And, now we’re making this same quality and exacting standards of performance available to patients through products that help provide affordable healthcare at home.

Cardinal Health continues to evolve, applying vast resources, knowledge and healthcare expertise that allows us to create value in a dynamic, evolving industry. This understanding of what’s next empowers us to make a difference for customers, patients, manufacturers, and healthcare partners across the continuum of care.
 

 

 

 


For more information, visit our website​

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Cardinal Health Virtual Laboratory
 

 

 

 

urEssential Award

Cardinal HealthTM urEssential Award Program
 
The clinical laboratory is essential to patient care: lab test results drive more than 70% of treatment decisions. All too often, however, medical laboratory professionals are unseen and unheard; your work occurring in the background of the overall patient care picture.
 
Cardinal Health created the urEssential Award program to bring this critical work to the forefront and spotlight the outstanding contributions medical laboratory professionals like you make every day.
 
Visit our booth in the Exhibit Hall to learn more about urEssential.

2016 award winner and finalist information coming soon.


 

Posters

Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Hall – View their posters live in the poster hall on August 9, 2016


HIV-1 Infection: The Functional Importance of SDF1, CCR2 and CCR5 in Protection and Therapeutics - See Poster Abstract
Ranjeet Singh Mahla

Department of Biological Sciences
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research
Bhopal, 462023, India

Differences in Opinion on Direct Access and Direct to Consumer Testing - See Poster Abstract
Brandy D Gunsolus, MSMLS(ASCP)CM
Rutgers University
Newark, NJ

Effects of BDNF Genotype on Autonomic Nervous System Functioning - See Poster Abstract
Patricia Ross

William T. McCuddy
Stephanie R. Potts
Katherine Reiter
Michelle Berman
Anthony J. Porcelli, Ph.D.
April L. Harkins, Ph.D.
Kristy A. Nielson, Ph.D.
Marquette University
Milwaukee, WI

Microbial Survival on Metallic Fomites - See Poster Abstract
Kelly Wilson
Salisbury University
Salisbury, MD

Intrinsic Factor Inhibition Due to the Use of Isotretinoin - See Poster Abstract
Maikie S Sengdeng MLT(ASCP)CM
Bahar Alimadadi MLT(ASCP)CM
Ashley R Rogers MLT(ASCP)CM
Weber State University
Ogden, UT

Elucidation of Lipofuscin/ Melanolipofuscin Granule Composition - See Poster Abstract
Reilly Steidle
Elizabeth Gaillard, PhD
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL

Epigenetic Modifications of Global Methylation Following Heavy Metal Dust Exposure - See Poster Abstract
Elisa Santori
Maria L. Rodriguez
Jacob Seymour
Lacey Murphy M.S
Debora E Keil, Ph. D.
Jean Pfau, Ph. D
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT

The Evaluation of the Measurement of Low Concentrations
of Cholesterol and Triglycerides in Chromatography Fractions with the Cobas® c311 Chemistry Analyzer - See Poster Abstract
Pacifique Munezero
William J. Korzun, Ph.D., DABCC, MT (ASCP)
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA

Genomic characterization of the FCT-like region in S. dysgalactiae subsp. equisimilis  - See Poster Abstract
Eduardo Zavala
University of Texas MD Anderson
School of Health Professions
Houston Texas


 

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