Kidneys perform critical functions within the body, and kidney impairment can lead to severe health consequences. ARUP’s adoption of a new equation to assess kidney function will enable better recognition and diagnosis of kidney disease in populations adversely affected by use of a previous equation.
ARUP’s adoption of a new equation to assess kidney function is a step toward better recognition and diagnosis of chronic kidney disease in populations adversely affected by the previous equation.
Sandy Richman, MBA, C(ASCP), director of ARUP Healthcare Advisory Services, is among ARUP experts who contributed to a newly published article in Academic Pathology that adds to the understanding of what constitutes a successful laboratory stewardship program.
A survey of laboratory professionals led by ARUP experts clarified factors that contribute to the success of laboratory stewardship programs.
Tracy George, MD, ARUP president and chief scientific officer (left); Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD, chief medical officer (center); and Jenna Rychert, PhD, medical director of operational informatics and microbial immunology (right), authored a letter to the editor of JAMA that was published on August 2, 2022.
In a new letter to the editor of JAMA, ARUP leaders discuss how ongoing regulatory challenges may hinder laboratory-developed test innovation.