With COVID testing on the wane, small diagnostics companies shift focus

Small companies that won big testing contracts earlier in the pandemic are now seeing COVID-19 testing shift to the home. Next to big-name brands like Abbott Laboratories and Becton Dickinson, a swath of lesser-known companies are selling COVID-19 tests to schools, hospitals and corporations. Buoyed by the pandemic, these small firms and startups have seen…

Clip Health® Expands Company Leadership to Support Innovation Pipeline in Diagnostics-Enabled Decentralized Healthcare

New additions include Vice President appointments for Assay & Product Development, Quality & Regulatory Fremont, Calif – May 30, 2022 – Clip Health, a pioneer in the development of accessible and accurate diagnostics, has made two skilled additions to its leadership team. To continue innovating towards the Company’s product vision of diagnostics-enabled “full stack” healthcare,…

Clip Health® Showcases COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing Solutions at NDC Exhibition 2022 and Leads Discussion about the Future of Testing Strategies & Usable Data Collection

Clip Health joined more than 500 distributors at NDC Exhibition 2022, April 11-12, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, where the company showcased its smartphone-based COVID-19 antigen test, as well as a preview of the new Clip Core Analyzer, which will launch in June of 2021. Clip Health’s COVID-19 antigen test…

Clip Health® hosts OSHA ETS Compliance Webinar

Are you ready to be compliant for the February deadline? Learn how to navigate federally-mandated testing and vaccination requirements for your business. Join us Thursday, January 13th at 10AM PST for a 30-minute webinar and Q&A providing information about OSHA’s ETS requirements, Clip Health’s compliance solutions, testing programs and immunization management. Limited to 50 attendees,…

Luminostics awarded NIH RADx contract for rapid COVID-19 test

Luminostics has been awarded a contract by the National Institutes of Health (in collaboration with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority) under the Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics Tech (RADx Tech) fast track program, which supports innovative technologies to increase the U.S. testing capacity for SARS-CoV-2.

Smartphone-based saliva test that can detect COVID-19 earns UF professor honors in national contest

A University of Florida professor and his industry collaborators have won second place in a technology competition sponsored by the National Institutes of Health for a smartphone-based, rapid saliva test they developed that can be used to diagnose COVID-19, along with two other diseases of major global importance, malaria and anemia. A team consisting of…