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Health Insurers Spending Billions to Diversify

CEO SUMMARY: One big development affecting the health insurance business is how four of the nation’s largest health insurers are diversifying in significant ways. Last spring, a healthcare strategist explained how each of these companies has spent billions of dollars in recent years to …

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Health Insurers Spending Billions to Diversify

CEO SUMMARY: One big development affecting the health insurance business is how four of the nation’s largest health insurers are diversifying in significant ways. Last spring, a healthcare strategist explained how each of these companies has spent billions of dollars in recent years to …

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Is Your Lab Prepared for More Tough Challenges?

THERE IS A NEW FAVORITE WORD WALL STREET ANALYST USE when they want to describe an industry that is going to experience tough times that will make it difficult for companies to grow and remain profitable. That word is “headwinds” and it can aptly be applied to the multiple tough challenges that a…

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In Tough Times, All Labs Need Success Strategies

By any measure, it is tougher today for clinical laboratories and anatomic pathology groups to generate the revenue needed to deliver state-of-the-art diagnostic testing services while remaining financially viable. Four recent trends prove the point. First, every year, the Medicare program and priva…

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Why PAMA May Be Poised to Disrupt Lab Industry

CEO SUMMARY: This will be one of the most challenging years facing the clinical lab industry since the early 1990s, when closed panel HMOs were the disruptive force that generated deep cuts in lab test prices. However, unlike HMOs of that era, the CMS scheme to collect private payer lab t…

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Is There a Future for Hospital Lab Outreach Programs?

CEO SUMMARY: This will be one of the most challenging years facing the clinical lab industry since the early 1990s. The CMS scheme to collect private payer lab test prices and use that data to set Medicare clinical laboratory test pric…

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Two Major, Disruptive Changes Coming to Labs

TWO MAJOR, DISRUPTIVE CHANGES lie ahead for both clinical laboratories and anatomic pathology group practices. Each disruptive factor has nothing to do with how payers select in-network labs or reimburse for lab testing services. Rather, one of these two major changes involves fundamental advances i…

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Strategies to Offset Medicare Cuts to Be Shared at Exec. War College

DEEP PRICE CUTS to the Medicare Part B Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule was the big story of 2017. The big story of 2018 may be the widespread financial disruption to the clinical lab industry as labs see dramatic declines in their revenue from these Medicare fee cuts. One early opportunity for lab …

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Cautious Optimism Seen At Dark Report’s Executive War College

This is an excerpt from an 850-word article in the May 15, 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: There…

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Cautious Optimism Seen At Executive War College

CEO SUMMARY: Among the major themes to emerge from the more than 60 sessions and 100 speakers at this year’s Executive War College on Lab and Pathology Management were the accelerating pace of integrated care, the growth of precision medicine, and use of big data to guide physicians. Ot…

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