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New Fast, Inexpensive, Mobile Device Accurately Identifies Healthcare-Acquired Infections and Communicates Findings to Doctors’ Smartphones and Portable Computers

Pathology Group of Louisiana Employees Lose Homes, Cars, and Personal Belongings in Disastrous ‘1,000-Year’ Louisiana Flooding

Precision Healthcare Milestone Reached as Food and Drug Administration Clears New Multi-Marker Medical Laboratory Test to Detect Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Texas Dermatopathology Laboratory Under Fire for Genetic Testing Scheme Targeting Soldiers Near Fort Hood

Attention Anatomic Pathologists: Do You Know Medicare Is Prepared to Change How You Are Paid, Beginning on January 1, 2017?

University Westminster Study Reveals That High-powered Hand Dryers Could Be Less Hygienic than Low-powered Dryers and Paper Towels

New Vaccine in Development at University of Buffalo Could Eradicate Pneumonia and Prevent the Deaths of Nearly One Million Children Under Five Worldwide Each Year

Continuing Popularity of Employer Medical Clinics Brings New Opportunities for Medical Laboratory Outreach

Patient Healthcare Costs in High-cost States Can Be Double Those in Low-cost States; Clinical Laboratory Tests Are Among Procedures with Greatest Price Fluctuations

After AACC Presentation, Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos Failed to Convince Clinical Laboratory Scientists and the News Media about Quality of Its Technology

Anthem and Aurora Healthcare Create Joint Venture; Trends for Health Systems Entering Insurance Markets Continue to Grow

Delaware HIE Teaming Up with iSpecimen to Turn Remnant Clinical Pathology Laboratory Specimens into Cash

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes Presents Scientific Data to Clinical Laboratory Chemists and Pathologists at AACC in Philadelphia

CMS’s ‘Innovation Center’ May Be the Affordable Care Act’s Lasting Legacy, Particularly as It Works to Replace Fee-for-Service Payments with New Reimbursement Models

Paper Microfluidic Devices Offer New Potential for Affordable Point-of-Care Tests for Use in Developing Countries That Have Few Clinical Laboratories

Study Finds FDA Relied on Flawed Data When Approving High-Risk Medical Devices for Obstetrics and Gynecology; Are There Implications for Regulation of LDTs?

Secret Meeting Between Scientists and Thought Leaders at Harvard to Discuss Creating Synthetic Human Genome Sparks Controversy; Were Pathologists in Attendance?

Good News for Honest Clinical Laboratories: Federal Fraud Case in New Jersey Brings More Convictions and Indictments of Doctors Who Accepted Illegal Inducements

Can Medical Laboratories Tell Patients There’s No Need for Overnight Fasting before a Cholesterol Test? Denmark’s Experience Says Answer is ‘Yes!’

CMS Issues PAMA Final Rule That Aims to Cut Medicare’s Clinical Laboratory Test Price Schedule Sharply Beginning in 2018

More Insurers Willing to Cover Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) in a Trend That Creates New Opportunities for Clinical Pathology Laboratories to Add Value

How the ACA and Medicaid Expansion Are Affecting Patient Bad Debt at Hospitals, Pathology Groups, and Clinical Laboratories

More Clinical Laboratories and Genetic Testing Companies Are Sharing Gene Sequencing Data That Involve Variations

The Affordable Care Act and the Consumer Experience: A Look at the Figures Over the Past Six Years for Clinical Pathology Laboratory Professionals

Insurer-Organized HIE in California Struggles to Get Participation from State’s Hospitals, Physicians, and Clinical Pathology Laboratories

More Providers and Payers Use Bundled Pricing to Serve Patients with High Deductibles in a Trend That Has Financial Implications for Clinical Laboratories

Research Study at Johns Hopkins University Reveals CDC Does Not Record Medical Errors in Annual Mortality Report, Yet Such Errors Are Third Leading Cause of Death

Medicare Moves Forward with Bundled Payment Reimbursement as Part of a Trend That Has Major Ramifications for Clinical Pathology Laboratories

When Screening for Esophageal and Gastrointestinal Cancer, Rice University’s Low-Cost Microendoscope Could Reduce Need to Send Biopsies to Pathologists

New Study Indicates Shopping Tools Alone Might Not Lower Medical Spending, Even Though More Patients Want to Know Prices for Clinical Laboratory Tests and Other Procedures

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