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Some Labs Performing ADLTs May See Increased Medicare Fees

MIXED IN THE BAD NEWS concerning the proposed Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule for 2018, there is some good news regarding what the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposes to pay for certain advanced diagnostic tests.

After analyzing the proposed fee schedule, Quorum Consulting of San Francisco, reported, as other analysts have concluded, that CMS

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July 5, 2016 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

Intelligence Late & Latent News

More developments have happened at Theranos, Inc., the beleaguered clinical lab company based in Palo Alto, California. On June 24, Brook Buchanan, Vice President of Communications at Theranos, resigned, giving personal reasons for the decision. Buchanan was hired in November 2015, just seven months earlier. Meanwhile, the press conference that was scheduled for Elizabeth Holmes following

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Lab Stakeholders Take Action to Prevent Drastic Cuts in the Medicare Lab Fee Schedule

WITH MANY CLINICAL LABORATORY STAKEHOLDERS anticipating major revenue shortfalls due to the Protecting Access to Medicare Act lab test market price reporting rule that went into effect January 1, THE DARK REPORT reports overlooked news that, at the behest of clinical laboratory associations, elected officials in Congress have signed a letter that asks the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to

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