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U of Florida Health Improves Patient Care with PGx Testing

CEO SUMMARY: Since 2011, the University of Florida Health System has used pharmacogenetic test (PGx) results to guide physicians when they prescribe certain drugs. This initiative has improved patient outcomes, reduced the overall cost per episode of care, and gained partial reimbursemen…

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Builds Strong Lab Outreach Business

CEO SUMMARY: As health networks and hospitals consider outsourcing their lab outreach programs, the lab team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (D-H) offers lessons about the value of retaining outreach. D-H is now in the eighth year of a sustained expansion of its laboratory outreach …

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Theranos News Gets Worse for the Former Silicon Valley Hero

CEO SUMMARY: In a tale of two fraudsters, the Department of Justice has filed a warning shot to all technology startups: Criminal indictments against Elizabeth Holmes and Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani could mean prison time and massive fines. In this latest Theranos news, The DOJ ci…

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Holmes, Balwani Indicted by Department of Justice

CEO SUMMARY: Federal criminal indictments were unsealed last Friday in San Francisco against Elizabeth Holmes and Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani for their actions as executives at Theranos, Inc., the once high-flying lab test company. Officials at the Department of Justice said the counts aga…

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Why Pharma, Private Equity Want to Reshape Lab Industry

CEO SUMMARY: A disruptive force that involves precision medicine, pharmaceutical companies, and venture capital investors is poised to reshape the clinical laboratory industry. Genetic knowledge makes it possible to match cancer drugs to specific mutations. Pharma companies and professio…

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Newsmaker Interview: Healthcare’s Transformation Now Bringing Changes to Lab Industry

“Today, patients want to get diagnosis and treatment faster with fewer visits to the doctor’s office. They want speedier and more comprehensive delivery of clinical services, be it laboratory tests, imaging, or other procedures.” …

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After Two Decades, CMS Wants to Update CLIA Lab Regulations

IN THE FIRST EFFORT OF ITS kIND in more than two decades, the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has published a request for information (RFI) in the Federal Register as a first step to revise the CLIA rules it promulgated in 1992. Over the years, CMS has made some m…

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Attention All Lab Professionals: It’s Time to Act!

AT THIS MOMENT, THE ENTIRE CLINICAL LABORATORY INDUSTRY STANDS on the precipice of the most financially disruptive development in the past three decades. On Jan. 1, the federal Centers for M…

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50,000 Patients to Retest After Invitae Finds Errors

CEO SUMMARY: In recent weeks, a client notified Invitae of discordant results on a patient. The notification caused the genetic testing company to discover it had a systemic error that failed to test for a specific rare mutation associated with inherited cancer. Company officials believe …

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Invitae genetics lab to retest 50,000 patients after finding errors

This is an excerpt from a 1,400-word article in the August 28, 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: In…

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