CEO SUMMARY: Without making an announcement, LabCorp said it would acquire the Metropolitan Medical Laboratory, a privately-held laboratory founded in 1914 in Davenport, Iowa. The local newspaper reported that some 136 employees from Metro Medical’s laboratory operations in Moline, Ill., may lose their jobs. Last month, LabCorp said Medicare and other cuts in payment to
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This is an excerpt from a 1,500-word article in the Feb. 25, 2019 issue of THE DARK REPORT. The full article is available to members of The Dark Intelligence Group.
CEO SUMMARY: In their respective earnings reports for the fourth quarter and the full year of 2018, executives at both Laboratory Corporation of America and Quest
This story was updated from the original on March 27, 2019, and includes corrected information in three places.
CEO SUMMARY: In their respective earnings reports for the fourth quarter and the full year of 2018, executives at both Laboratory Corporation of America and Quest Diagnostics told financial analysts that the Medicare fee cuts of 2017 and
CEO SUMMARY: With the year end approaching, lab buyers and sellers are working to finalize deals that may have been in discussion for months. The first big lab acquisition for this season came on Nov. 27, when Quest Diagnostics announced it was acquiring Boyce and Bynum Pathology Laboratories of Columbia, Mo. The pathologists will keep
Another long-established regional laboratory company is about to be acquired. On November 27, Boyce and Bynum Pathology Laboratories of Columbia, Mo., disclosed that it had entered an agreement to be acquired by Quest Diagnostics Inc. Notably, the press release about the agreement states that the anatomic pathology division, Boyce and Bynum Professional Services, Inc., and the
CEO SUMMARY: In the midst of expanding their toxicology testing services nationally, DrugScan and DSI Medical Services (collectively Toxicology Holdings Inc.) hired a brokerage firm last year to pursue a sale of the two toxicology companies. Multiple potential buyers responded with interest. The buyer, ACM Global Laboratories—owned by a health system in Rochester, N.Y.—saw the
This is an excerpt from a 1,021-word article in the March 13, 2017, issue of THE DARK REPORT. The complete article is available for a limited time to all readers, and available at all times to paid members of the Dark Intelligence Group.
CEO SUMMARY: Is this year’s early spate of deals involving the sales of hospital lab outreach
CEO SUMMARY: Two different business models of clinical laboratory consulting have now been brought together. Chi consultants have long focused on analytics and improving outreach performance, among other areas of lab performance. By contrast, Accumen’s business model is nontraditional and centers upon a shared-savings partnership with a hospital or health system. Executives at Accumen are betting that a combination of both types
WHEN IT COMES TO THE CLINICAL LABORATORY BUSINESS, generally included in the lab industry’s Pantheon of Greatest Physician (Pathologist) Businessmen are Paul A. Brown, MD, and James B. Powell, MD. I’d like to nominate another physician to this list: Marc D. Grodman, MD.
During the 1970s and 1980s, Brown and Powell—both pathologists— founded and led two
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