“State of Lab Industry” Reveals Radical Change

Throughout 1998, expect continued pressure to restructure and reengineer lab operations

CEO SUMMARY: Pick your trend: declining reimbursement, consolidation, clinical integration, downsizing, and capitated reimbursement. These trends all continued to shape the way laboratories organized to provide services. But 1997’s wildcard was the federal government. Between investigations and new regulations, laboratories were hit hard.

FOR THE clinical laboratory industry, 1997’s biggest surprise was both unexpected and unpleasant:

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