The International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) is a global organization for the advancement of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. It was founded in 1952 as the International Association of Clinical Biochemists, and has since united and supported 95 national societies that together represent more than 45,000 laboratory medicine professionals around the world.
The aim of the IFCC is to develop global concepts for laboratory medicine, to provide standardized international reference systems and to share "best practices" on a technological and economic level. At the same time, it promotes quality healthcare and continuous education within symposia and conferences.
DiaSys has been a full member for more than 20 years and uses the content provided by the IFCC to spread it within its own channels and markets.
DiaSys staff are involved in various scientific working groups and the IFCC Task Force for Corporate Members.