Newsletter | May 2, 2012

05.02.12 -- The Emergence Of A Hybrid Laboratory Testing Model In Clinical Trials

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The Emergence Of A Hybrid Laboratory Testing Model In Clinical Trials
By Paul S. Savuto, MS, MBA, Blinded Diagnostics
Thought leaders aware of technology and standard medical practices, foresee the emergence of a hybrid laboratory testing model for clinical trials. Clinical laboratories used by physicians and hospitals were compelled to innovate and adapt to the demands of managed care to do more with less while doing it faster.
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