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2017 CAP Inspection Concludes

College of American Pathologists summation report confirms the highest standards in quality, laboratory leadership, and day-to-day laboratory operations for the Department’s major anatomic and clinical pathology divisions.

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Award for Dr. Doug Cines for Significant Contributions to Research and Education in Blood Coagulation

ISTH BACH Award for his exemplary models of research and mentoring excellence by International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostatis.

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Trial of Transplantation of HCV-Infected Kidneys into Uninfected Recipients

Results of a clinical trial with the first 10 patients show that hepatitis C virus genotype 1–infected kidneys transplanted into HCV-negative recipients, followed by direct-acting antiviral therapy

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Update on THINKER Transplant Trial Supported by Molecular Pathology Lab

Clinical trial of transplanting HCV-infected kidneys into uninfected recipients yields first ten patients with no traces of disease after antiviral therapy. 

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Effect of a price transparency intervention in the electronic health record on clinician ordering of inpatient laboratory tests: The PRICE randomized clinical trial

The Division of Laboratory Medicine took part in a clinical trial on reducing unnecessary testing and the high costs associated with them in healthcare.

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New Study on Effect of Displaying Test Prices in EHR to Reduce Unnecessary Testing by Clinicians

Laboratory Medicine division participates in a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine showing that simply displaying the Medicare allowable fees in EHR did not have an overall impact on how clinicians ordered these tests.

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