Pediatric patients pose a unique challenge for the laboratory. Creating a positive experience can impact their impression of the laboratory for many years.
Many hospital outreach programs currently provide laboratory services to Skilled Nursing Facilities. The Mayo Clinic Laboratory Outreach team is inviting you to take a brief survey to better understand how laboratory outreach programs serve Skilled Nursing Facilities and to identify best practices for serving this unique population.
The Executive War College is one of the best places to uncover and learn about industry trends, network, and strategize around the future of the laboratory. The Outreach Development Team has returned to share our list of top key takeaways from this year’s conference
The Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA) was passed on April 1, 2014 to reform the Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule (CLFS). This article will outline steps to help you determine if your lab is meets the PAMA reporting criteria as well as how to report the correct information
In collaboration with G2 Intelligence and author Jeff Downs, Mayo Clinic Laboratories has secured the rights for our clients to download this G2 Special Report.
To realize its full potential, a laboratory outreach program must be managed as a business—a service line within an organization. This article discusses how health care organizations can adopt this approach for new and existing outreach programs in MedicalLab Management.
A recent article featured in MedicalLab Management outlined how to integrate laboratory outreach across the health system. Vertical integration of laboratory services is critical to support the delivery of care in each area of patient access across the continuum.