CLMA Founder Dies
Joan Hughes Logue, 73, a laboratory consultant and founder of the Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA), died of lung cancer Nov. 20 in her Longwood, FL, home.
Formerly of Newtown Square, PA, Logue, principal of Health Systems Concepts and Health Software Consultants in Longwood, founded the CLMA in 1976. From 1984 to 1989, she increased membership to almost 10,000.
In 2005, she received the Public Service National Leader Award for Lifetime Achievement presented by Washington G-2 Reports.
She is survived by Bill, her husband of 52 years; a son, Bill; a daughter, Kathy Anderson; a brother; a sister; and three grandchildren.
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