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In October 2020, the federal government issued a dire warning of increased ransomware attacks on hospitals in the United States. For lab medicine, a wave of mobile technology and other trends are driving a more digital and connected ecosystem. Without cybersecurity controls, networked laboratory devices can be compromised and lead…
While many reports have focused on physicians and nurses, few have considered the impact on clinical laboratory professionals. Evidence shows that burnout in clinical laboratorians is just as severe as doctors and nurses.

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Bench Matters

Leftover specimens are valuable resources for medical and translational research. Clinical laboratories routinely use them for quality improvement and method development, validation, and verification purposes. For researchers, leftover specimens can be a springboard to carry out pilot studies and test novel ideas.

Federal Insider

The Department of Health and Human Services and the Health Resources and Services Administration announced they have awarded more than $48 million to 271 health centers across 26 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia to expand HIV prevention and treatment.

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Laboratory Stewardship

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