With less revenue flowing from reimbursements and more consumers footing the bill for diagnostic testing, counterbalancing lost revenue while better serving providers and patients is not an option for clinical labs and pathology groups—it is a must.

The year 2016 was one of continuing change for the healthcare industry. The result has been more pressure than ever in 2017 to meet the demands of informed consumers, while balancing new regulations. For clinical laboratories and anatomic pathology groups, these myriad changes have also resulted in a pressing need to achieve more with fewer resources, and at the same time finding ways to grow.

The good news is that because the typical medical laboratory houses an abundance of clinical and business data, and due to a renewed dependence on technology and informatics—it is now easier than ever for clinical labs to unlock the power of this data and embrace a set of “new rules” for survival.

DarkDaily.com is pleased to offer a recently published free White Paper exploring three of the critical rules innovative medical laboratories must take into account to combat the drastic changes occurring, and outlining a set of proactive steps that, when taken, will serve as a foundation for clinical success in 2017 and beyond.

3 Critical Rules for Surviving in 2017: Your Medical Laboratory’s Guide to Thriving in Today’s Healthcare Landscape” illustrates that, while reimbursement slashes and government regulations continue to create an upward battle, it is possible for clinical labs and pathology groups to make it through to the other side by using the right technology as the foundation of their success equation. This complimentary White Paper provides indispensable insights that will serve as a cornerstone for building a profitable business that is capable of operating at the highest level

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