The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today published a proposed rule that would update 1992 proficiency testing and referral requirements under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments. More than 36,000 CLIA-certified laboratories, including hospital laboratories, are enrolled in a CMS-approved proficiency testing program. The agencies will accept comments on the proposed rule through April 5.
 

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