Year-End Top 10

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ADVANCE has put together a list of the year’s top laboratory content.

10Alphabet Soup: The laboratory identity crisis that can’t be solved with science


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Tissue Phenomics: Tissue phenomics is a new term given to the process that begins with tissue datafication and ultimately arrives at knowledge discovery.


8Molecular Diagnostics and Sepsis: Molecular options could overcome the obstacles of diagnosing sepsis.


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Final Payment Decisions in Toxicology Codes: PAMA advisory panel vote backs NILA’s proposed revisions to CMS pricing for definitive drug tests.


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Payment Rates Under the Microscope: Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA) requires reform of the payment system for clinical lab tests.


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Interpreting Hematology Values: The lab’s role in interpreting tests has expanded to collaborate more closely with doctors, nurses, patients and family members.


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5 Phlebotomy Tips: Compassion and expertise help with phlebotomists with difficult draws.


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CMS Says Nurses Can Perform High Complexity Tests: CMS recently published a memo that it sent to CLIA inspectors on how to interpret educational requirements.


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The 10 Commandments of Phlebotomy: Blood specimen collection is one of the most underestimated procedures in healthcare.


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Interpreting the Complete Blood Count and Differential: Hemoglobin, hematocrit and WBC are just the beginning–don’t overlook erythrocytes, leukocytes and thrombocytes for important assessment data.

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