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Laboratory Participation in Collaborative Patient Care

In this current healthcare environment, there is a heightened interest in providing greater value to patients while decreasing the overall cost of medical care.  In response to this need, some laboratory professionals have responded by forming consultative teams called diagnostic management teams (DMT’s) which provide technical assistance in appropriate lab test selection. 159 more words

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Incyte Pathologist Selected to 2015 topDentists List

For the seventh consecutive year, Robert Achterberg, D.D.S., M.S. was selected by his peers for inclusion in topDENTISTS in the field of Oral Pathology.  Dr. Achterberg joined Incyte Diagnostics in 2003 and is currently the Oral & Maxillofacial Pathologist at Incyte Diagnostics.   73 more words

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Incyte Diagnostics Supports National Time Measure Study

Incyte Diagnostics is participating in the CDC/ASCT Services, Inc. Cytology Time Measure Study.  Observers are at Incyte Diagnostics this week to measure the actual amount of time cytotechnologists spend screening Pap tests using automated microscopes in the everyday environment of a cytology laboratory. 115 more words

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Incyte Diagnostics Selects New CEO

Incyte Diagnostics has announced that Don Larsen has been selected as the organization’s first chief executive officer (CEO). He assumed permanent CEO duties on January 1, 2015 after acting as interim CEO since June, 2014. 227 more words

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Incyte Diagnostics Starts Flow Cytometry Lab

Incyte Diagnostics has expanded its laboratory offering with the launch of a new cytometry service. The new service will help meet the needs of our clinicians. 522 more words

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Incyte Diagnostics Welcomes A New Hematopathologist

Incyte Diagnostics welcomed a new hematopathologist, Liqun Yin, M.D.  Dr. Yin is board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology and hematopathology.

Dr. Yin graduated with a medical degree from the Xiang-Ya School of medicine, Central South University in Changsha, Hunan, China.   120 more words

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Oral Lichen Planus: The More We Learn, The Less Sure We Are of What We Know

Lichen planus is a relatively common, chronic skin disease that often involves the oral mucosa. Although the etiology is still unknown, current evidence indicates that this is an immunologically mediated disorder that primarily affects basal and parabasal epithelial cells. 529 more words

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