Blake Moore

Rep. Blake Moore (R-UT) and other members of the Ways and Means Committee’s Health Subcommittee will participate in a field hearing on July 12 at ARUP Laboratories.

July 8, 2024

ARUP Laboratories has been chosen as the site for a House Ways and Means Committee Healthcare Innovation Field Hearing that will take place at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 12, at 540 Chipeta Way, Salt Lake City, Utah. ARUP is pleased to have been selected as the site for the hearing in recognition of the important role the company plays as an innovator working to continuously advance laboratory medicine and improve patient care.

The hearing on the power of advancing and supporting healthcare innovation will bring Utah First Congressional District Rep. Blake Moore and other members of the Ways and Means Committee’s Health Subcommittee to ARUP.

As part of the hearing, ARUP and other Utah life sciences companies will participate in an innovation showcase highlighting the important contributions Utah makes to healthcare innovation. To RSVP to participate in the field hearing, use this form.

According to the Ways and Means Committee, oral testimony will be limited to that of invited witnesses, who have not yet been named, but individuals and organizations are welcome to submit written comments. The details for submission are provided in the advisory found here.

ARUP and the committee are asking attendees to limit the items they bring to only what they will need. Large bags, food, and beverages will not be permitted. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to, the following: guns, ammunition, fireworks, electric stun guns, mace, martial arts weapons/devices, knives of any size, aerosol spray, selfie sticks, and backpacks. No signs will be allowed into the event, and participants should not bring items to be autographed. Cell phones and cameras will be allowed, but tripods and detachable lenses will not. Photos of ARUP’s laboratories or specimens are strictly prohibited to protect patient privacy.

Attendees must remain seated and listen to the hearing quietly. This is a formal hearing, and all speakers must first be recognized by the Chairman. Otherwise, there will be no guest question and answer interaction with the Ways and Means Committee. Anyone disrupting the hearing may be escorted out of the facility. Read additional guest guidance here.


Bonnie Stray,