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Clinical care

Outside the Lab Clinical care

Not Just a Sample

| Michele Mitchell

Patients are stepping out from behind the slides – and pathologists must be there to meet them

Outside the Lab Clinical care

2021: A Laboratory Medicine Roundup

| Liv Gaskill

From transgender healthcare to the power of pathology podcasts, we take a look at our most popular articles of the last year

Inside the Lab Software and hardware

Event Tracking and Tracing with EMR

| Sidney Smith

Could a new approach to medical records help address the issue of diagnostic error?

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Improving Flow in Urinalysis

| C.N. Srinivas

Urinalysis is a vital tool – and automation can help it reach its full potential in the laboratory

Outside the Lab COVID-19

Coming Together to Lead

| E. Blair Holladay

The laboratory’s central role in community health care

Outside the Lab Profession

Healthcare Access for All

| Michael B. Prystowsky

How Montefiore Einstein came about – and its mission to offer education and medical care to all comers

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Digital Pathology: a Roadmap for the Future

| E. Blair Holladay

New technologies such as digital pathology give the lab opportunities to grow and center itself in the patient care journey

Diagnostics Guidelines and recommendations

Removing Race from the Diagnostic Equation

| Liv Gaskill

The National Kidney Foundation and the American Society of Nephrology have released recommendations for a new approach to diagnosing kidney disease

Diagnostics Precision medicine

Blood-Based Biopsy for Cancer-Predisposed Patients

| Michael Schubert

A new liquid biopsy test can allow easier, more accurate diagnosis of malignancy in patients who are predisposed to cancer

Subspecialties Histology

The Role of Histopathology in IBD

| Roger M. Feakins

When dealing with inflammatory bowel disease, does histopathology make a difference?

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