Tag: lab consolidation

Québec’s Laboratory Consolidation Plan Aims to Save $13.5M

CEO SUMMARY: In the Province of Québec, an ambitious project is under-way to consolidate the clinical laboratory testing of 123 laboratories into 11 centralized lab clusters. It is one of the largest lab consolidation projects nowhappening in the world. Among the goals of this project is to improve qualityand efficiency while incurring no additional costs.

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Mount Sinai Health System Sells Outreach Lab to LabCorp

ANOTHER ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER decided to cash in on the value of its outreach lab. On Jan. 10, Laboratory Corporation of America announced it would acquire the lab outreach business of Mount Sinai Health System of New York City.

Terms of the transaction and purchase price were not disclosed. The deal is expected to close by

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October 17, 2016 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News

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Quebec’s provincial health authority is moving forward with what may be one of the largest consolidations of clinical laboratory testing undertaken in North America during the past 30 years. The goal is to bring the lab testing currently done in as many as 500 locations throughout the province into 11 “high-volume processing centers.” The project, called

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Quest to Buy Outreach Lab from Hartford Health System

MORE LAB CONSOLIDATION is happening in Connecticut. Last week, Quest Diagnostics Incorporated announced it will purchase the outreach laboratory business of Clinical Laboratory Partners. CLP is a division of Hartford HealthCare, a health system with five hospitals in Connecticut.

After regulatory review, the acquisition is expected to become final early next year. Terms were not disclosed.

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August 19, 2013 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

There is a billion-dollar laboratory acquisition underway in Ontario, Canada. LifeLabs Medical Services is moving ahead with its planned purchase of CML HealthCare for US$917 million. The deal was made public on June 25 and, because it represents a major consolidation of the province’s two largest clinical laboratory organizations, there have been some critics. However,

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Powerful Trends Reshaping Anatomic Path Profession

CEO SUMMARY: THE DARK REPORT presents its newest biannual review of macro trends reshaping the anatomic pathology profession. These macro trends reveal a profession undergoing change and transformation on multiple fronts. New competitors are crowding into the market, payers and accrediting agencies are demanding higher standards of performance, and a host of new technologies are

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November 6, 2006 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

There’s regulatory relief for California labs in the important area of technical staff licensing. California’s Department of Health Services (DHS) has approved the Board of Registry medical technologist (MT) examination administered by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) as meeting the California clinical laboratory scientist (CLS) licensure requirements. The approval is effective on October

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