Tag: pathology compensation

“April 5, 2004 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

There’s a new national lab company ready to compete. This week American Esoterix Laboratories, Inc. (AEL) announced it was open and ready for business. Based in Brentwood, Tennessee, it has already completed two lab acquisitions (ThromboCare Laboratories and Viral Diagnostics, Inc., both in the Dallas, Texas area). Chairman and CEO is Brian Carr. President and

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Pathologists Will Learn Income-Boosting Methods

CEO SUMMARY: Reimbursement for pathology services continues to decline. Despite this fact, savvy pathologists throughout the country are steadily increasing their take-home income. Their proven methods and secret strategies will be the theme of the Private Pathology Income Symposium. This year’s event will teach participating pathologists how to preserve and enhance their practice income.


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To Protect Pathology Profits: Understand Managed Care

CEO SUMMARY: On November 8, 1997, THE DARK REPORT convened a private symposium restricted only to pathologists. The sole purpose of this event was to identify how pathologists could preserve and enhance their income. Within the confidential setting of a plush resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, experts and pathologists dissected the market dynamics eroding pathology compensation.

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“October 27, 1997 Intelligence: Late Breaking Lab News”

First confirmation that CPT codes for automated cytology are on the way comes from NeoPath, Inc. in Redmond, Washington. The company announced that, effective January 1, 1998, CPT code 88152 will cover the procedure involving NeoPath’s AutoPap® 300 QC System for Pap smear rescreening.

Although other automated cytology CPT codes are expected to

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Laboratory War College To Highlight Innovation

CEO SUMMARY: Quickly establishing itself as the premiere event for the management of clinical laboratories, this year’s Executive War College in New Orleans offers specialized advice and experience for laboratory administrators. Expect to hear the first public presentations about innovative discoveries which lower costs and boost laboratory performance.


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