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we come towards the end of the year several publications generate lists, perform
annual reviews and select the most newsworthy items for that year. One eagerly
anticipated “contest” every year is the Time
Magazine Person of the Year (POTY).
year Time chose “The Ebola Fighters” as their POTY. “They risked and ...
Just a few short weeks ago, Ebola was the talk of the
town. Both the lay public and healthcare professionals seemed consumed with the
topic. Entire cottage industries were born to supply Ebola-proof personal
protective equipment (PPE) and to teach Ebola safety.
There was a CDC conference call almost daily to
Just a few short months ago Ebola was a disease in a far away continent. The greatest fear was that with our internationally mobile population a case or two might slip into the USA. Then 2 Americans in Liberia contracted the disease and were flown back amongst great fanfare to Atlanta's Emory Hospital where they were treated for several weeks, ...
The concept of Pay for performance (P4P) is based on the use of
incentives to encourage and reinforce the delivery of evidence-based clinical
practices in health care; with the goal of better outcomes.
As the cost of healthcare has skyrocketed, major payers have
adopted P4P as a way of curtailing costs while ...
medical laboratory science profession will be featured on the Leading
Edge, an award-winning program on public television that examines impactful
subjects and helps to educate the public about topics they might not otherwise
know about; or know very little about
glitzy, professional video ...
laboratorians we tend to be masters (and mistresses) of multitasking and
completing tasks. Ever wondered why we have so many checklists, worksheets and
forms? Computerization has simply moved some of that documentation to a new
so as scientists we do need to have checks and balances, we must ...
it’s that time of year again. This week we turn our attention to celebrating
medical laboratorians. It is the one
week out of the year when we highlight the very important role played by those
of us who practice in the laboratory.
Although the information we provide is so vital to healthcare, we are ...
my blog last month regarding to the HHS mandate that laboratories must grant patients
access to their lab results on request, my mailbox has been inundated with comments and questions.
A few questions were asked by more than one writer and so I thought I would
seek direct guidance from HHS and answer the most commonly asked ...
this week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its report of job prospects
for the next ten years (actually between 2012 and 2022).
surprisingly, healthcare topped the list of attractive fields, projected to
grow at almost three percent, adding an estimated 5 million new workers- ...
2006, industry giant, Abbott Diagnostics made a major investment in medical
laboratory science by launching a campaign called Labs Are Vital. They spent
quite a bit of money and expended human resources in setting up a website and trying
to energize the medical laboratory community to help spread the message to the