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Blog Consumer Data Portability is the Future for Clinical Lab Results by Carolyn Woods | March 2, 2022 | Blog, What’s New Previous Article In This Series Fearful of contracting COVID-19 at traditional healthcare settings, many Americans sought care via telehealth. They thereby learned to give and receive their own health information, on their smartphones […]

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Blog Laboratory Data Interoperability: The Pandemic-Driven Imperative by Carolyn Woods | December 8, 2021 | Blog, What’s New Next Article In This Series As we wrap up 2021, two years after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to recognize the seismic shift in American healthcare delivery norms that the pandemic caused. Huge numbers […]

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Blog Self-Insured Employers: A Route to New Clinical Laboratory Revenue by Carolyn Woods | November 15, 2021 | Blog, What’s New Employers want employees to be present and productive in their jobs. But when employees are suffering from ill health or chronic disease, it’s no surprise that their job performance suffers. Employers measure lost productivity […]

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Blog Laboratory Labor Spotlight: Lean on Technology to Relieve the Strain and Shortage of Staff by Carolyn Woods | September 15, 2021 | Blog, What’s New To say that U.S. laboratories are experiencing labor shortages is not breaking news—staffing numbers have declined for years alongside rising demand. For reasons ranging from retirement, burnout and limited […]

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Blog Tech-Driven Support for– or Alternatives to – Lab Consolidation After Hospital M&A by Kiran Ganda | April 22, 2021 | Blog, What’s New A recent Becker’s Hospital Review article identified the lab as one of the first areas of consolidation as a result of hospital and health system merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. With […]

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Blog Summer May Have Ended, but it’s Time to Head to the Pool(ed Testing) by Kiran Ganda | October 15, 2020 | Blog, Molecular News, What’s New With the end of summer came the return of fall favorites – turning leaves, cooler weather, pumpkin spice, and much more – but something else came along with […]

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Blog Tracking the Spread of COVID-19: Disease Surveillance & Outbreak Management for Public Health Organizations by Michelle Del Guercio & Gwen Bell & Tanya Oemig | August 31, 2020 | Blog Local public health departments are essential for surveillance and response to infectious diseases like COVID-19. From detection and tracking to prevention and treatment (including […]

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Blog Lab Lessons from COVID-19: Best-of-Breed Systems Enable Stronger Response by Michelle Del Guercio | September 1, 2020 | Blog As health systems recover from revenue declines, furloughs and layoffs while maintaining readiness for future coronavirus outbreaks, system leaders are now more likely to scrutinize spending for fiscal responsibility. If your organization is considering a […]

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Blog Enterprise Lab Vendor vs. Enterprise-Wide EMR Solutions: The True Value Behind Best-of-Breed by Michelle Del Guercio | September 1, 2020 | Blog As health systems move further into value-based care and experience new testing and technology demands alongside deeper revenue shortfalls fueled by disease outbreaks, the pitfalls of replacing best-of-breed lab systems with enterprise-wide […]

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Blog Starting & Scaling COVID-19 Testing – The Experience of Los Angeles County by Kiran Ganda | July 22, 2020 | Blog, Molecular News, What’s New On July 22, Sunquest sponsored a lively and timely webinar, hosted by the Dark Report, featuring speakers from the Los Angeles (LA) County Department of Public Health one of, […]

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