Visit us at Booth #2931 during the
AACC Clinical Lab Expo

There are lots of reasons for Alere RALS® System users and
non-users to visit us during the Clinical Lab Expo in San Diego

Reason #1: Talk to an Alere RALS System Trainer
If you're a current Alere RALS System user, it's a great opportunity to ask a Training Specialist, or Technical Consultant, questions about your system. We'll have Alere RALS System software on a large display in our booth and we'll be happy to walk you through any 'how to' questions you might have.

Reason #2: Be among the First Users to see our New eLearning Modules
Narrated by an Alere RALS System Training Specialist, our Alere RALS Learning XChange® system provides on-line access to training and is your complete system for on-demand training. In-depth training modules will ensure you and your authorized Alere RALS System users, can learn 'from scratch' or brush up your system knowledge 24/7 and when it's convenient to you. Once trainings are completed, you can take a quiz to test your knowledge and receive a certificate after passing with a successful score. Our complete portfolio of training modules is still in development but you can view modules available to date in our booth.

Reason #3: Take a Closer Look at the Alere RALS System
If you're not an Alere RALS System user, it's never been easier to take a close look at the system used by more hospitals in the U.S. than any other POC data management system. We'll walk you through a no obligation, detailed demonstration of the system so you can see how your current system compares to the Alere RALS System.

Reason #4: Check out Alere Rapid POC Diagnostics Products
In modern healthcare, test results need to be delivered with speed and accuracy. Alere, develops products that don’t sacrifice accuracy when delivering rapid point-of-care diagnostics. To learn more, visit our booth and check out the many Alere systems and analyzers being used at the point of care

Reason #5: We'll Give You a Complimentary Expo Only Pass!

Perhaps you'd like to attend AACC but cannot register for the whole conference. No worries. We have a supply of Complimentary Expo Only passes that entitle you to attend
all 3 exhibit days. Click here and we'll send you a VIP Pass and link to attend as our guest.

So as you plan your time and schedule for AACC, plan to visit us at Booth #2931.
We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!


We are also a proud sponsor of a number of events for POCCs during AACC and look forward to seeing you at...

Critical and Point-of-Care Testing Division (CPOCT) Meeting and Mixer
Tuesday, August 1, 2017 | 6:00-7:30pm | San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina Grand Ballroom

You don't have to be an AACC meeting registrant to attend and network with your peers and meet CPOCT award winners, including the 2017 POCC of the Year, at this division event.

​AfterGlow - The POCC Social of the Year
Tuesday, August 1, 2017 | 8:00-11:00pm | San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina Grand Ballroom

On the heels of a successful events over the past 10 years, the AACC CPOCT Division is once again hosting AfterGlow, an event  made possible by POC vendors, that will begin immediately following the CPOCT Division Meeting and Mixer. AfterGlow will include food, a cash bar, and more! So make plans to mingle, network and dance the night away with your POCC colleagues and peers! Space is limited requests for an RSVP is encouraged. Please click here to RSVP

POCC Forum - Nursing and POC Teams: Working for the Same Goal
Thursday, August 3, 2017 | 7:30-10:00am | San Diego Convention Center

AACC’s Point of Care (POC) Coordinators Forum will highlight the interpersonal relationship between Nursing personnel and POCT. Speaker, Judy Prewitt, from Duke University Hospital will focus on Point of Care Testing from a Nurse’s perspective. She will emphasize the importance of the relationship between POCT Coordinators and Nursing Staff to provide a better understanding of each role and how to work together to provide the best patient care. Following the presentation, a panel consisting of representatives from POCT, Nursing, Perfusion, and Respiratory Therapy will discuss communication issues and answer questions from the audience. Registration is required.