Healthcare Reform and the Laboratory: A Q & A with David Glenn

Strzelecki, Molly
January 2014
American Journal of Clinical Pathology;Jan2014 Supplement, p30
Academic Journal
An interview with David Glenn, former chief executive officer (CEO) of Pathology Services in Nebraska, is presented. When asked about the advantages and disadvantages that laboratories will encounter under health care reform, he mentioned an issue on the number of people to be covered with health insurance. He expressed his views on the number of people entering the health care system and its impact on diagnostic testing. He talked about the effect of the reform on the hiring process.


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