Along with Roche Pharmaceuticals, Roche Diagnostics is an important part of the foundation that modern healthcare builds upon.

Our broad range of innovative diagnostic tests and systems play a pivotal role in the groundbreaking area of integrated healthcare solutions and cover the early detection, targeted screening, evaluation and monitoring of disease.

Roche Diagnostics is active in all market segments, from scientific research and clinical laboratory systems to patient self-monitoring.

The Roche Diagnostics product portfolio at a glance:

  • blood glucose meters for people with diabetes
  • point-of-care testing devices for use in doctors’ offices
  • high-throughput analysers for hospitals and commercial diagnostic laboratories
  • state-of-the-art instruments and reagents for life science research

Our Business

Roche Professional Diagnostics

Roche Professional Diagnostics (RPD) is the largest Business Area of Roche Diagnostics and a leading supplier of solutions, instrument systems, tests, software and services that help laboratories deliver reliable results more efficiently and cost-effectively. RPD is also strengthening its position as a leader in the growing market for point-of-care testing products to support clinical decision-making in doctors’ offices, emergency rooms and other primary and specialty care settings. Furthermore, RPD develops laboratory information, workflow and data management solutions as well as connectivity components to maximize a laboratory’s efficiency. The primary growth driver of Roche Professional Diagnostics is the immunoassay business. Roche Diagnostics enjoys competitive advantage from its expanding menu of over 100 different tests, the broadest in the industry for a consolidated instrument series.

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Roche Molecular Diagnostics

Roche Molecular Diagnostics develops and manufactures innovative tests based on the Nobel Prize winning polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology. PCR technology underlies a new generation of medical diagnostic tests that allow healthcare providers to select and monitor patient response to therapy or identify molecular characteristics of a disease. Roche Molecular Diagnostics’ blood-screening systems also help to ensure the safety of blood and blood products before they are used for medical procedures.

With its broad product portfolio of oncology, virology, microbiology and blood-screening tests, customers include researchers, physicians, patients, hospitals and laboratories worldwide.

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Roche Tissue Diagnostics

Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., a member of the Roche Group, is the leading supplier of cancer diagnostic systems to the pathology market. They manufacture over 220 cancer tests with related instruments that automate tissue processing and slide staining. Ventana solutions are used in clinical histology and drug development research laboratories worldwide.  The company’s “Smart Systems” – intuitive, integrated staining and workflow management platforms that optimize laboratory efficiencies to reduce errors – support diagnosis and inform treatment decisions for anatomic pathology professionals.

Together with Roche, Ventana is driving Personalised Healthcare through accelerated drug discovery and the development of “companion diagnostics” to identify the patients most likely to respond favorably to specific therapies.

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Roche Diabetes Care

Roche Diabetes Care’s products are all designed with the same basic aims in mind: to help people with diabetes live healthy, productive lives and to make managing diabetes easier. Monitoring systems with integrated lancets and test strips and software for storing and analyzing data are an increasingly important part of Roche’s diabetes care portfolio because they improve glycemic (blood glucose) control for many users, in addition to offering greater convenience. Activities aimed at integrating glucose monitoring and data management with insulin delivery are ongoing and may one day result in systems that closely mimic the way the healthy pancreas regulates blood glucose levels.

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