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PAML Joint Venture News from The Dark Report Intelligence

November 2, 2007
PAML and HCA Agree to Start New Lab Joint Venture in Utah
WHEN THE NEW LABORATORY JOINT VENTURE between MountainStar Healthcare Network of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories (PAML) of Spokane, Washington, was announced on November 1, most people were not aware of an important fact. MountainStar Healthcare Network is

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From Modest Beginnings, Two Lab Networks Find Success

“For 20 years, our regional laboratory network here in Detroit has played an important role in helping member hospital laboratories build their lab outreach programs.”

—Jack Shaw, Executive Director, Joint Venture Hospital Laboratories
CEO Summary: During the 1990s, hospital laboratories in Detroit, Michigan (1992), and Seattle, Washington (1996), banded together to form regional laboratory networks. In both

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How PAML Built a Major Business In Lab Joint Ventures with Hospitals

 “A well-structured laboratory joint venture helps the hospital partner tap the unrealized value of its laboratory, because the independent lab partner provides capital, along with experience, and expertise to serve and build outreach market share.”
—Thomas Tiffany, Ph.D., CEO, Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories

CEO SUMMARY: Earlier this month, MountainStar Healthcare Network of Salt Lake City, Utah, and

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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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Washington State’s PacLab Network Is A Regional Winner

CEO SUMMARY: As a regional laboratory network, PacLab is unusual in one respect: participating hospital laboratories did not meet endlessly to talk about what they should do. Instead, action was the operative word for these network organizers. Since becoming operational in 1996, their bias for action has rewarded all participating laboratories. Test volumes are up

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Hospital Lab-Commercial Lab Partnering Is Upcoming Trend

CEO SUMMARY: At this year’s Executive War College in New Orleans, laboratory innovators convened to study hot new trends in the industry.They were surprised to learn that partnering relationships between hospital laboratories and commercial laboratories are finally gaining wider acceptance. Laboratory executives involved in partnering arrangements had good things to say about the success of

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