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December 11, 2017 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

Intelligence Late & Latent News

To deal with a shortage of surgical pathologists in the United Kingdom, the British National Health Service (NHS) is looking at solutions, such as deployment of digital pathology systems. According to a story in Pharma Times, the NHS is negotiating with Roche Diagnostics and partners to develop a program to implement digital pathology systems across the

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Shaw & Adelman Successful Support of Lab Networks Need Hospital Leadership

CEO Summary: In the second installment of our exclusive two- part interview, the executive directors of two regional laboratory networks formed in the 1990s (one in Michigan and one in Washington State) share their assessment of why their respective lab networks have performed strongly over the past two decades. They also identify the reasons why

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From Modest Beginnings, Two Lab Networks Find Success

“For 20 years, our regional laboratory network here in Detroit has played an important role in helping member hospital laboratories build their lab outreach programs.”

—Jack Shaw, Executive Director, Joint Venture Hospital Laboratories
CEO Summary: During the 1990s, hospital laboratories in Detroit, Michigan (1992), and Seattle, Washington (1996), banded together to form regional laboratory networks. In both

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JVHL Signs a Contract with UnitedHealth Group

CEO SUMMARY: When UnitedHealth Group announced its exclusive national contract with Laboratory Corporation of America, Joint Venture Hospital Laboratories (JVHL) saw opportunity. That’s because LabCorp does not have a significant presence in Michigan. JVHL parlayed its statewide network of 120 hospital laboratories into a five-year contract with UnitedHealth, positioning it to capture more market share.

BEHIND

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Good News for Regional Labs Competing Against Nationals

CAN REGIONAL LABORATORIES compete effectively against the two blood brothers? This question lies at the heart of the business strategy for most hospital laboratory outreach programs in the United States.

After all, in their community, the toughest competitors they face are likely to be Quest Diagnostics Incorporated and Laboratory Corporation of America. These lab behemoths hold

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