Tag: laboratory technician

MT/MLT Distance Learning Goal of Collaboration

CEO SUMMARY: To encourage more students to pursue medical technology (MT) and medical laboratory technician (MLT) degrees, ARUP Laboratories and Weber State University (WSU) are collaborating to promote the distance learning programs offered at WSU. Online students can work any shift and take courses anytime (day, night, or on weekends), thereby making education more accessible

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Houston Lab Fills Gap For Katrina Evacuees

CEO SUMMARY: Literally overnight, Houston found itself dealing with tens of thousands of evacuees fleeing the destruction in New Orleans and surrounding areas. Many evacuees arrived in poor health. The Harris County Hospital District laboratorians of Houston pitched in to create an emergency laboratory support system that was surprisingly sophisticated. Here’s how labs in Houston

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Victim of First HIPAA-Convicted Crime Tells Story & Offers Advice to Labs

“I figured the hospital would be subject to a multi-million dollar HIPAA lawsuit if my hospital records were proven breached—which is exactly what happened.”
—Eric Drew, cancer patient and patient identity theft victim
CEO SUMMARY: Eric Drew’s story may be one of the most amazing to have happened in the modern age of laboratory medicine. It is

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Looking at Fast-Growth And Slow-Growth Areas In Diagnostic Testing

CEO SUMMARY: This exclusive intelligence briefing predicts how specific new technologies may drive changes in the laboratory-testing marketplace during the next five years. The key message is that change is expected to be incremental, not disruptive—given the technology known to be in development at this time. But the more provocative insight relates to how even

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No Disruptive Technology In Lab Industry’s Future

CEO SUMMARY: As new diagnostic technologies move through the development pipeline and into widespread clinical use, the scientific knowledge and skill sets needed by laboratory staff and management will change. The emphasis in laboratory medicine will evolve to include more molecular technology, but this evolution will proceed incrementally, giving all laboratories time to adapt.

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