Why Your Lab Should Be Playing the Long Game

Why Your Lab Should Be Playing the Long Game

Contributing Lab Leaders

Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson

Associate Professor of Pathology

University of Utah

Chief Medical Informatics Officer

ARUP Laboratories

What does it mean for a lab to play the long game? Labs must prove their value every day, by helping their customers assess how to use their services most effectively.


Additional resources

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  • The Role of Clinical Labs in New Models of Outpatient Care
    By Richard Cross
    The nation’s healthcare system continues to be buffeted by enormous change, including implementation of The Affordable Care Act, the rise of new healthcare delivery models such as the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), fewer regulated tests, and fewer qualified lab workers./p>

  • Laboratory Medicine and Value-Based Health Care
    By Robert L. Schmidt, MD, PhD, MBA Edward R. Ashwood, MD
    Health care systems are under intense pressure to increase value. Value is defined as the ratio of outcomes over costs. Systems increase value by either improving outcomes or reducing costs.

 

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