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Atrium, Advocate Aurora Merge into $27b System

CEO SUMMARY: Integrated delivery networks continue to consolidate in the U.S., with the latest example being the merger of Atrium Health and Advocate Aurora Health. The deal forms a 67-hospital system across two distinct geographic areas in the Southeast and upper Midwest. IDN mergers raise the…

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Labs Can Expect COVID-19 Lab Testing Audits and Federal Investigations

This is an excerpt of a 2,081-word article in the May 16, 2022 issue of  THE DARK REPORT. The full article is available to members of The Dark Intelligence Group. CEO SUMMARY: Billions of federal dollars were paid out for needed SARS-CoV-2 testing during the pandemic. Now, even th…

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Labs Can Expect COVID-19 Test Audits, Investigations

  CEO SUMMARY: Billions of federal …

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Expert Lists Strategies to Cope with Cyber Attacks

CEO SUMMARY: Class action lawsuits filed by patients whose protected health information (PHI) was breached during a cyber attack may be one additional unwelcome consequence for clinical laboratories and anatomic pathology groups hit by a ransomware or cyber attack. This is what happ…

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PacBio Beefs Up with Purchase of Omniome for $800 Million

FORWARD-LOOKING PATHOLOGISTS AND LAB ADMINISTRATORS understand that the next big game in medical laboratory testing will be assays built upon genome sequencing. They also know that several companies are racing to produce gene sequencing instruments that are faster, simpler, and less costly in order t…

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