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When Should Labs Become ‘Patient-centric?’

AS THE AMERICAN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM MOVES FORWARD with its transformation, several trends make it advisable that clinical labs and pathology groups consider the importance of becoming “patient-centric.”

First, patients are being incentivized to become price shoppers and select their providers—including laboratories—on the basis of price and quality.

Second, more patients have insurance with high deductibles and substantial

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May 28, 2013 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News””

Globalization of laboratory medicine continues to move forward. Two recent examples illustrate this trend. Earlier this month, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) announced that it had entered into an agreement with the Citizens Hospital of Hyderabad, India, to form a clinical pathology laboratory in that city. The laboratory will be located on the

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January 9, 2012 “Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

China-based Kindstar Globalgene Technology, Inc. (Kindstar), of Wuhan, Hubei Province, entered into an agreement to acquire and use the web-based anatomic pathology laboratory information system (APLIS) developed and sold by PathCentral, Inc., of Irvine, California. Kindstar intends to deploy the web- based APLIS service across its corporate laboratory facilities. It will also implement the PathCentral

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PAML to Enter Kentucky With New Laboratory JV

CEO SUMMARY: This latest laboratory joint venture, in partnership with Saint Joseph Health System, gives Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories, LLC (PAML), a solid presence in Kentucky’s laboratory testing marketplace. Over the past 10 years, PAML, which is based in the Pacific Northwest, has proved adept at developing laboratory joint ventures with hospitals and major health

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A Tale of Two Laboratories

ON OPPOSITE COASTS OF THE UNITED STATES, two of the nation’s larger laboratory companies are charting very different courses. Yet, in this tale of two laboratories, each lab company has important lessons to teach hospital CEOs about the many benefits that accrue from a well-run hospital laboratory outreach program.

On the East Coast, Solstas Laboratory Partners

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