Beckman Coulter Diagnostics Acquires StoCastic

Service Engineering

On October 11th, Beckman Coulter Diagnostics said that it had purchased StoCastic, a pioneer in AI and provider of evidence-based decision-making tools for the ED (emergency department) in hospitals.

A key component of Beckman Coulter's Clinical Decision Support (CDS) offering will be StoCastic's TriageGo. CDS is an up and coming area that strives to constantly progress patient care capabilities by providing data which enables doctors to gain a better understanding of each circumstance to improve clinical choices.

“Beckman Coulter Diagnostics has purchased StoCastic, a pioneer in AI and provider of evidence-based decision-making tools“

The TriageGo application easily combines conventional emergency department operations with automated health documentation structures.

TriageGo is able to shorten the amount of time it takes to make a decision in the ED, one example is by up to an hour for those undergoing emergency surgery.

Julie Sawyer Montgomery, President of Beckman Coulter Diagnostics, commented: “Bringing in StoCastic innovations and talent is an exciting step for our plans to develop a full portfolio of CDS solutions. StoCastic’s unique clinical and artificial intelligence expertise is a strong complement to our existing team. Our investment in CDS is a great example of Beckman Coulter relentlessly reimagining healthcare to further improve patient care.”

Eric Hamrock, Senior Director of BCD and former Chief Executive Officer of StoCastic LLC, said that “Beckman Coulter brings world-class market understanding and customer experience leadership, in addition to their commitment to supporting and building upon StoCastic’s customers’ success, making this a perfect fit for our organization.”

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