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SARS-CoV-2

Executive War College to Show New Opportunities for Labs

CEO SUMMARY: Yes, the pandemic continues and hospitals are running short of beds in many communities. At the same time, 225 million Americans are either vaccinated or have some immunity to COVID-19. Based on the early registrations to attend the 27th annual Executive War College, it…

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New Class of IVD Firms Wants to Serve POCT in Near-Patient Settings

CEO SUMMARY: Our second installment in this series describes an emerging new clas…

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2020 Rankings of the World’s Largest IVD Corporations

IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS (IVD) MANUFACTURING continues to be dominated by a handful of companies, all of which sell their products worldwide. As the rankings below demonstrate, for 2020, just 11 companies accounted for 82.7% of international IVD sales.  The …

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September 7, 2021 Intelligence: Late-Breaking Lab News

New diagnoses of cancer in the United States fell by almost 30% in the early months of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. That’s one conclusion in a paper authored by Quest Diagnostics and published on Aug. 31, in JAMA Network Open. Quest looked at the new diagnoses of eight common types of can…

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Insurers Get Aggressive with Years-Old Audits, Searching for Lab Overpayments

This is an excerpt of a 1,971-word article in the July 26, 2021 issue of  THE DARK REPORT (TDR). The full article is available to members of The Dark Intelligence Group. CEO SUMMARY: Not only are health insurers looking back to find lab overpayments and funds paid erroneously, but…

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Insurers Get Aggressive with Years-Old Audits

CEO SUMMARY: Not only are health insurers looking back to find overpayments and funds paid erroneously, but payers also are requiring documentation for overpayments. If clinical labs and anatomic pathology groups do not appeal such claims quickly, they may be liable for any amount i…

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Genesis Lab Lawsuit Pursues UnitedHealth Over Unpaid Test Claims

This is an excerpt of a 1,946-word article in the July 6, 2021 issue of  THE DARK REPORT (TDR). The full article is available to members of The Dark Intelligence Group. CEO SUMMARY: New case law in how health insurers should reimburse for COVID-19 lab test claims might be one outc…

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NJ Lab Sues UnitedHealth Over Unpaid Test Claims

CEO SUMMARY: New case law in how health insurers should reimburse for COVID-19 lab test claims might be one outcome if a New Jersey lab company were to prevail in a federal lawsuit it filed against UnitedHealthcare alleging non-payment of COVID-19 test claims. An interesting fact me…

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Amazon Now Interested in Home Testing Services

CEO SUMMARY: In the past year, internet retailing giant Amazon has built sizeable clinical laboratories in the United States and the United Kingdom. Now it has regulatory clearance to sell a molecular COVID-19 test to consumers for home collection. Comments made in the past month by…

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July 6, 2021 Intelligence: Late-Breaking Lab News

Did the SARS-CoV-2 virus infect people in the United States earlier than the first case diagnosed on Jan. 19, 2020? A newly-published study in Clinical Infectious Diseases, says there is evidence of COVID-19 infections in December 2019. The research team included scientists from the Nationa…

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