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Networking pathology services: adjusting to managed care

Networking pathology services: adjusting to managed care

Clinics in Laboratory Medicine 16(1): 227-241

Health care reform is creating the need for pathologists to find new approaches to providing traditional pathology services in an increasingly competitive environment. This article reviews changes impacting pathology practices and describes a "messenger network" model as a solution for pathology practices desiring to retain and increase market share.

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