The topic of healthcare has been a sensitive one and it is in the limelight again in the current times as people are actively involved in providing healthcare benefits to every person sans their financial status. From the struggle of saving the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) in the U.S. from repealing to providing basic healthcare to the poverty-ridden people in the third world countries through the U.N. aid, healthcare has always held a prominent place in people's lives as well as politics.
In-Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) has emerged as the latest disruption in the dynamic landscape of healthcare market. The constant innovations of new tools and technologies in the IVD sector is driven by the molecular advances in the research and demand for better healthcare system. The rising trend of IVD stems from the fact that the aging population is increasing in number and with it the cases of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and neurological disease. Hence, due to healthcare costs related to these conditions, there is an eminent need of more affordable, more informative, more accurate, faster and less invasive tools for clinical decision-making.