Outcomes data needs provide laboratory testing a welcome boost How increasing interest in outcomes could benefit laboratory testing
This article was originally published in Clinica
Clinical laboratory testing in an outcomes-oriented health system has a bright future if labs focus on clinical programmes with very high social benefits. Offering the agreeable forecasts, Joel Hay, professor at the University of Southern California, cited lipid testing as an example of high benefit relative to cost.
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