Helmer Scientific delivers best-in-class equipment and provides the service to keep it running at its peak for years to come. Our TrueBlue™ service vision is simple: Provide truly different service.Read more »
This is the second part of our conversation with Wes Peik, Director of Global Technical Services. We are continuing our discussion on Service in Healthcare Settings with a deeper focus on what Wes and his team hears in the market pertaining to preventative maintenance and...Read more »
Preventative maintenance and equipment service are ongoing topics of discussion in clinical settings. However, there is still a high-level of variance in how facilities prioritize and manage these activities.
We sat down with Wes Peik, Director of Global Technical Services, at...Read more »
During the last three years, the primary focus in the vaccine market has been the development, distribution, and administration of COVID-19 vaccines. Since December 2020, more than 13.2 billion vaccine doses have been administered. Roughly 70 percent of the global population...Read more »
It’s been nearly three years since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the United States. Since then, the country has seen nearly one hundred million confirmed cases and more than one million fatalities due to the virus.
Since the implementation of COVID-19 vaccines in...Read more »
As we approach the end of the year, the Helmer Scientific team took an opportunity to look back at the blogs from this year. We have compiled a list of the top 10 pharmacy and vaccine-related posts from 2022.
Topics include updated regulatory requirements, ongoing support for...Read more »
The first COVID-19 vaccine, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, was approved for emergency use on December 11, 2020, in adults 16 and older.
Since the first emergency use authorization was issued, the FDA has authorized the use of vaccines from three additional...Read more »
Since initially approved for emergency use in late 2020, COVID-19 vaccinations have proven to be the best weapon in the fight against COVID-19. Since the pandemic began, there have been nearly 95 million COVID-19 cases in the United States.Read more »