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Roche launches two apps to increase efficiency in hospitals

Thursday 29th November 2018

Lab solutions company Roche has launched two new apps with the aim of increasing efficiency within hospitals and labs.

The first is LabOPS, which will help labs and hospitals access their data efficiently, reduce waste and improve decisions around operations and finances.

Dx Optimization is the second app, and aims to help improve clinical effectiveness in various institutions.

The apps will be launched under Viewics, a software company acquired by Roche...

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