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October 30, 2017 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

Intelligence Late & Latent News

In a development that has implications for medical laboratories in developed nations, healthcare organizations in Africa have launched a “landmark electronic referral project” to digitally track workers who travel to South Africa to work in the mining industry. The project is being administered by TIMS (TB in the Mining Sector in South Africa). This digital medical

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LabCorp Now Larger than Quest, Two Labs Report 2015 Earnings

IN RECENT WEEKS, the nation’s two largest lab companies reported fourth quarter and full-year earnings for 2015. The earnings reports reveal how the paths of the two companies are diverging.

The companies are diverging because of a major acquisition made in February 2015, by Laboratory Corporation of America. LabCorp bought Covance Inc. in a deal valued at

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FDA Official Makes Case In Favor of LDT Guidance

CEO SUMMARY: Forty years ago, pathologists in hospital and academic labs worked closely with treating physicians to produce laboratory-developed tests for discrete clinical cases. Seeing that, the FDA decided not to regulate those tests, an FDA official said. Over time, however, use of LDTs became a serious concern when labs developing LDTs were no longer involved

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NeoGenomics to Acquire Clarient for $275 Million

CEO SUMMARY: In a surprise move that further consolidates national anatomic pathology services, NeoGenomics will acquire Clarient Inc., from General Electric Healthcare. General Electric is getting cash, and preferred and common stock. The two companies announced plans to pursue integrated diagnostic services that would combine lab testing and diagnostic imaging data. The deal is subject

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