The Future Of Laboratory Practices

Executive Dialogue

Bringing value to hospitals and health systems

Medical laboratories always have been indispensable, but the pandemic shed a light on just how valuable they are. Suddenly, these historically overlooked departments became the face of health care’s pandemic response. As pathology and medical technology professionals guided hospitals through shifting testing demands, and collaborated with other clinicians and hospital and health system leaders, they affirmed their place at the leadership table.

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