"Lab Industry Update"

Lab Contracts Priced Below Cost May be Defined as Inducement

PROBABLY THE MOST SERIOUS problem in the lab industry is one of its own making. “Below cost” contracting is a practice where clinical laboratories offer the managed care company a price which is less than its cost to provide the testing.

With laboratory overcapacity still abundant in many cities, “below cost” contract pricing remains common. Labs

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