Tag: laboratory organization

How Northwell’s Lab Team Demonstrated Value Over 10 Years

CEO SUMMARY: Among hospital administrators, the popular wisdom is that their clinical lab is a cost center. This thinking leads them to consider drastic cost-management strategies that include partnering with commercial labs to manage in-hospital lab testing and the outright sale of lab outreach programs. On the other side of this debate, innovative health system

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Years of Biobank Experience Pay Off for Mayo Clinic Lab

THANKS TO 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, an existing infrastructure for banking patient specimens, and the unique capabilities of its clinical laboratory organization, Mayo Clinic has been awarded a five-year, $142 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

Last month, NIH announced this grant to Mayo Clinic. It will establish the world’s largest research-cohort biobank for

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Henry Ford Health System Laboratory Division Combines Lean with ISO 15189

CEO SUMMARY: As healthcare transitions away from fee-for-service payment and adopts new models of reimbursement, every clinical lab will need to deliver more value with its lab testing services. At Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, the laboratory division has blazed a path of improving lab performance specifically to enable it to add value to

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Henry Ford Health System Labs Show How Lean Methodology in Healthcare Increases Revenues

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:  Here’s a major accomplishment by the lab division of a nationally-recognized health system that has gone unreported until this DARK REPORT intelligence briefing. This article explains how using the quality management system of ISO 15189 and the Lean methodology in healthcare allow it to absorb shrinking lab budgets while improving quality, and, at the

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