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Are Live Lab Industry Conferences Returning?

For several months, many of you have used conversations and email to encourage us to conduct a live Executive War College before the end of 2021. It was because of this support that we arranged a hotel in a state that has supported a return to more normal activities. Thus, our conference will …

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What Labs and Pathology Groups Can Expect in 2022

IN RECENT WEEKS, OUR EDITORIAL TEAM has been developing session topics and speakers for the upcoming Executive War College Presents: Preparing Your Clinical Laboratory and Pathology Group for Post-Pandemic Success, which happens on Nov. 2-3, 2021. It has been an eye-opening process because of …

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Record 600 Pathologist Jobs Open Nationwide

CEO SUMMARY: Demand for top-level pathologists is surging. A strong rise in the number of job openings for pathologists results from a combination of factors, some related to COVID-19. Now that physicians are seeing patients again, the number of specimens has risen after falling las…

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Lab Briefs

University of Miami Settles Lab Qui Tam Lawsuit for $22 Million EARLIER THIS MONTH, THE FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE (DOJ) announced a settlement with the University of Miami that resolves allegations that the university ordered medicall…

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Healthcare, Lab Market Trends Central Focus at Executive War College

Powerful forces are at work transforming the U.S. healthcare system and the clinical laboratories that serve it. These forces will be identified and discussed at the upcoming 25th annual Executive War College…

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January 27, 2020 Intelligence: Late-Breaking Lab News

In recent weeks, the Supreme Court declined to consider an appeal in a case which challenged a lab company’s patent on a clinical laboratory test. On Jan. 13, the justices rejected the appeal made by Athena Diagnostics, a division of Quest Diagnostics. In an earlie…

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Health Insurers Spending Billions to Diversify

CEO SUMMARY: One big development affecting the health insurance business is how four of the nation’s largest health insurers are diversifying in significant ways. Last spring, a healthcare strategist explained how each of these companies has spent billions of dollars in recent years to …

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Health Insurers Spending Billions to Diversify

CEO SUMMARY: One big development affecting the health insurance business is how four of the nation’s largest health insurers are diversifying in significant ways. Last spring, a healthcare strategist explained how each of these companies has spent billions of dollars in recent years to …

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Strategist Explains Key Trends in Healthcare’s Transformation

CEO SUMMARY: Four trends are disrupting the nation’s healthcare system in ways that no one would have predicted just a few decades ago. Ted Schwab, a healthcare strategist, described these trends during his keynote presentation at the 24th Annual Executive War College in May. His insig…

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Monitoring Patients on Opioids Is Opportunity for Clinical Labs

CEO SUMMARY: When developing a program to identify and treat patients who misused opioids or needed chronic opioid therapy, Community Health Network (CHN) of Indianapolis recognized that clinical lab toxicology tests were one of the few sources of objective data about patient compliance….

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