WAYNE, PA--(Marketwire - July 07, 2010) -
Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) will showcase StatisPro™, its new method evaluation software, at the AACC/ASCLS Annual Meetings and Clinical Lab Expo in Anaheim, California, from July 27 through July 29. StatisPro will make it easier for laboratory professionals to perform the statistical analysis necessary to implement recognized CLSI guidelines when evaluating a clinical method. StatisPro can be used to demonstrate that clinical methods conform to accreditation or regulatory requirements.
Developed in conjunction with Analyse-it®, StatisPro method evaluation software is easy to use, provides clear step-by-step advice on performing a study, and is the only software to faithfully implement the eight most popular CLSI method evaluation guidelines. StatisPro will be demonstrated by experts at CLSI booth #6623 during the Clinical Lab Expo.
The CLSI President's Message session on July 26 at 10:30 AM, in the Anaheim Marriott Hotel Platinum Ballroom 7, will feature a presentation on StatisPro. Participants will have the opportunity to hear an initial perspective on the StatisPro software capabilities. The event will also include information about new strategies for point-of-care testing devices and innovations for newborn screening by tandem mass spectrometry.
CLSI is a volunteer-driven, membership-supported, nonprofit organization dedicated to developing standards and guidelines for the health care and medical testing community through a consensus process that balances the perspectives of industry, government, and the health care professions. For additional information on CLSI, visit the CLSI website at www.clsi.org or call 610.688.0100.
Analyse-it Software, Ltd. formed in 1997 to develop statistical analysis and charting software for Microsoft® Excel™, and built its flagship product, Analyse-it, through work with some of the world's largest in vitro diagnostic companies. Now with more than 20,000 customers, Analyse-it is highly respected in the scientific and research community, and is used and cited in thousands of peer-reviewed published papers. For additional information, visit the Analyse-it website at www.analyse-it.com.