Should your organization be operating an ambulatory lab business? Bryan Vaughan, Senior VP of Hospitals and Health Systems at Labcorp, has three questions to help you maximize your lab strategy.
Three hospital leaders sat down with our very own Dr. Brian Caveney, Chief Medical Officer and President of Labcorp Diagnostics, to reflect on the challenging early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Brian Caveney, Chief Medical Officer and President of Labcorp Diagnostics, discusses with Dr. Carlos Cordon-Cardo of Mount Sinai Health System how the pandemic has accelerated the transition to digital pathology.
Dr. Brian Caveney, Chief Medical Officer and President of Labcorp Diagnostics, discusses with Dr. Christopher Dale of Swedish Health System silver linings from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Brian Caveney, Chief Medical Officer and President of Labcorp Diagnostics, discusses with Dr. Peter Meacher of Callen-Lorde Community Health Center health equity during the pandemic at the FQHC.
An academic medical center's joint venture with Labcorp, initiated more than 20 years ago, has resulted in significant savings for the medical center, as well as access to state-of-the-art equipment and diagnostic testing.
A large regional health system has saved more than $5 million a year on labor and supplies—and even more with capital expense avoidance—by partnering with Labcorp.
A multi-faceted relationship between a major academic health system and Labcorp has delivered significant operational, financial and clinical benefits for the system.
According to the CDC, flu season typically peaks between December and January, but this year, there have been reports of increasing flu activity through April. Read more about this unusual uptick and how Labcorp can help organizations keep their employees happy and healthy all season long.
Every fall and winter, we hear a lot about the flu. The flu, short for “influenza,” is a disease that can result in missed time from work, hospitalization and sometimes even death. As we turn into the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, managing the health and safety of our hybrid workforces is more important than ever. So as we head into the flu season, it's crucial everyone gets vaccinated to keep themselves and their loved ones safe from the flu.
We are dedicated to helping organizations return to work and school safely and confidently. We provide a comprehensive range of return to work services, including trained and medical staff for employee check-in health questionnaires, temperature screens and COVID-19 test collection at the employer site, off-site or at home. These COVID-19 service options can be tailored to fit your organizational, population health and risk management strategies.
Flu shots for employees go a long way towards preventing sick days and maintaining workplace morale. Misconceptions about flu shots are almost as common as the flu itself—so don’t let these myths get in the way. Since the flu season is long and flu vaccines reduce the risk of contracting it, it’s important to know the facts and take positive steps towards prevention.
Lifestyle changes are what we strive for as a wellness provider. Our mission is to improve health and improve lives—and that means sustainable behavior changes that improve all aspects of an employee’s life.
Throughout the pandemic, wearing real pants and getting haircuts weren't the only things we put off. Basic health appointments and yearly exams got rescheduled, and even our routine care that catches things as serious as cancer got put on hold. Biometric screenings can help employees get back on track with their health.
More than one third of adults in the U.S. have metabolic syndrome, a group of risk factors that can lead to diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Chances are, many of your employees have it and don’t know. Compounding this risk, one in five adults put off their healthcare during the pandemic. Biometric screenings are a great way to reach these individuals before their conditions become costly.
As payers and providers focus on improving patient quality and population health as well as reducing costs, patient engagement is a critical piece of the puzzle and one of the most important facets of Triple Aim. But it’s not easy. Millions of patients miss out on essential tests and preventive screenings for a wide variety of reasons.
Labcorp’s three-step approach helps payers and providers support early screening for patients identified with care gaps, so they can more effectively close care gaps, increase their quality measures performance and improve patient outcomes.