Magnify is an annual magazine that focuses in on ARUP Laboratories’ current role in diagnostic medicine, as well as its drive for pushing knowledge and discoveries forward. As one of the country’s two largest nonprofit, national reference laboratories, ARUP has entrepreneurial roots and strong ties to academic medicine that guide its unique business approach. The stories among these pages will allow readers to see for themselves ARUP’s patient-focused and market-facing dynamics at work.
Magnify Summer 2019
This Issue: My Life Was Disappearing Before My Eyes, It’s Not Easy Being a Hospital Laboratory—We Get It!, How Lab and Pharmacy Collaborations Are Changing the Healthcare Landscape, And more stories about ARUP innovations, tests and culture.
Magnify Summer 2018
This Issue: The Pros and Cons: Should Hospitals Sell Their Labs?, A Singular DNA Destiny—Decoding the Beauty and Hardships of Life, Adding up the Dollars in Day to-Day Laboratory (Mis)Utilization, And more stories about ARUP innovations, tests and culture.
Magnify Winter 2017
This Issue: From Your Sister with Love—the Gift of Life, Our Experts Are Your Experts—a Consulting Team That Talks Shop with Clients, Bone Deep—Tapping the Lifeblood of Marrow for Transplant Patients, And more stories about ARUP innovations, tests and culture.
Magnify Spring 2017
This Issue: Extracting Vital Clues from Our Genes NGS Testing Pipeline, NEJM Case Study Raises Questions about Zika Transmission, One Got It, One Didn’t—Newborn Test Determines Different Trajectories in the Lives of Two Siblings, And more stories about ARUP innovations, tests,and culture.
Magnify Summer 2016
This Issue: Newly Arrived and Fighting for Life—A Newborn Genetic Test Searches for Answers., Sick of Being Sick—Six Families Help with Discovering Disorder., Advancing Precision Medicine through Pharmacogenetics—Test Prevents Adverse Drug Reactions., And more stories about ARUP innovations, tests and culture.
Magnify Winter 2016
This Issue: When Heartache Propels Progress: Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT), Decreasing Healthcare Costs by “Triaging” Your Company, Born Addicted: ARUP Searches for Clues in the Umbilical Cord. And more stories about ARUP innovations, tests and culture.