Tag: pathology service associates

Non-Pathologists Altering U.S. Laboratory Industry

CEO SUMMARY: It’s an interesting contradiction. On one hand, most pathologists enthusiastically recognize the value that diagnostic testing services provide to the healthcare community. On the other hand, too often it is non-laboratorians who provide the investment capital and entrepreneurial effort required to build the laboratory organization capable of delivering these diagnostic services.

IS THE APPARENT

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THE DARK REPORT Honors Lab “Movers & Shakers”

CEO SUMMARY: It’s time again to recognize and honor the lab industry’s strong leaders in innovative management. These laboratory executives are implementing business strategies designed to position their lab organizations to serve the changing needs of the healthcare system. Their vision and willingness to “stay the course” are traits they hold in common.

IT’S BEEN FIVE

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Knoxville Path Group Reports Tests Via Web

CEO SUMMARY: Pathologists at Knoxville Pathology Group are adding to their reputation for progressive business thinking. In addition to a regionalization strategy—which includes participation in Pathology Service Associates—in January they became one of the first local pathology practices to offer physician-clients access to pathology test results via the Internet.

UNTIL RECENTLY, LEADERS in the move to

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Competitive Dynamics In the Laboratory Testing Marketplace

This section of the White Paper deals with the marketplace for laboratory services. For brevity and clarity, I will address five components: 1) independent commercial laboratories; 2) hospital-based laboratories; 3) esoteric, reference, and specialty testing laboratories; 4) anatomic pathology lab- oratories; and 5) diagnostics manufacturers and suppliers.

These groups represent the basic divisions within the competitive

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Quantum Dot Corporation, Healtheon/WebMD, Illumea

QUANTUM DOT CORP. TO COLLABORATE WITH GENENTECH
PROGRESS IS SWIFT AT Quantum Dot Corporation, based in Palo Alto, California. Quantum Dot announced an agreement to collaborate with Genentech, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California. The goal is to evalute Qdot™ nanocrystals in a number of Genentech’s biological research assays.

Quantum Dot also raised another $30 million in

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2000’s Movers & Shakers Represent Strong Leaders

CEO SUMMARY: Its time again for THE DARK REPORT to make its yearly selection of the lab industry’s Movers & Shakers. Individuals chosen for 2000 represent a cross section of laboratory companies. Their successes demonstrate that leadership and vision continue to make a difference, despite the financial challenges of today’s healthcare marketplace.

IT IS ALWAYS A

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