The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week extended the deadline to comment on their proposed rule updating proficiency testing and referral requirements under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments from April 5 to June 4. More than 36,000 CLIA-certified laboratories, including hospital laboratories, are enrolled in a CMS-approved proficiency testing program.

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