Priming the Clinical Laboratory for Population Health
How a grassroots movement is positioning the laboratory at the forefront of healthcare
Khosrow Shotorbani, Jeremy Orr, Keren Landsman | | Longer Read
With an increasingly global society – not to mention a growing pandemic – the idea of population health is at the forefront of many medical minds. But who is responsible for population health? Is it the epidemiologists, the sociologists, or the politicians? A new movement, termed “Clinical Lab 2.0,” suggests that the laboratory is an integral part of population heath – and that laboratory medicine professionals can be leaders in the move from volume- to value-based healthcare. But what is Clinical Lab 2.0, and how does it position the laboratory at the apex of population health?
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