Mary Van Doren

Mary Van Doren, Executive Editorial Director at Dark Intelligence Group partner Mequoda Group, serves as DIG’s online editor. She optimizes DIG content for the Internet to ensure that it reaches the widest possible audience.

Mary’s experience includes writing search-optimized marketing copy both for Mequoda and for Mequoda clients, including the The Dark Intelligence Group, and directly tutoring clients in SEO content marketing. She has more than three decades of experience in both marketing and journalism. Just prior to joining Mequoda Group in 2012, she spent five years as Chief Copywriter for Elsevier Business Intelligence, where she helped promote publications, databases and conferences for C-suite executives in biopharma, medical devices and diagnostics.

Articles by Mary Van Doren

New UnitedHealthCare Preferred Lab Network Launches July 1

This is an excerpt from a 1,900-word article in the April 29, 2019 issue of THE DARK REPORT. The full article is available to members of The Dark Intelligence Group.

CEO SUMMARY: A new UnitedHealthCare (UHC) preferred lab network will launch July 1 with seven lab companies. In an April 22 announcement, UHC said physicians and

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Critical Lessons for Labs That Report PAMA Medicare Data

This is an excerpt from a 1,565-word article in the Feb.4 issue of THE DARK REPORT.
The full article is available to paid members of The Dark Intelligence Group.
CEO SUMMARY: With most hospitals now included as “applicable laboratories” in the PAMA Medicare price reporting guidelines and required to report their private payer lab test price data, this incisive

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2019 Outlook: Lab Industry Future Looks Dire, From Reactions to Recent Medicare Fraud Cases to PAMA Reporting and Other Stress Factors

CEO SUMMARY: This year’s list of the Top 10 Lab Industry Stories for 2018 is dominated by new directives from Medicare and private health insurers, as well as significant decisions by federal courts. Collectively, these developments create new compliance risks for all clinical laboratories and anatomic pathology groups. What is more notable about these top

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