CAP Loses Accreditation Clients to Joint Commission

Several large health systems are moving their clinical laboratories’ CLIA accreditation services

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CEO SUMMARY: Over the past 18 months, several prominent national health systems decided to shift their CLIA laboratory accreditation services away from the College of American Pathologists and to The Joint Commission. These shifts from one accrediting body to another will involve hundreds of hospital laboratories. Such a shift in the market for CLIA accreditation services has not happened since the Clinical Laboratory Amendments Act was enacted in 1988.

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