Jennifer (Jenna) Rychert, PhD, ARUP medical director of Operational Informatics and Microbial Immunology, and Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD, ARUP chief medical officer, coauthored the report of the new study, “Laboratory-Developed Test Orders in an Academic Health System.”
Laboratory-developed tests made up only about 4% of an academic health system’s total test orders in 2021, yet they played an important role in patient care, a new study shows.
ARUP’s culture of caring has earned it Utah Business magazine’s Best Companies To Work For Award for a fifth consecutive year.
ARUP Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD (left), and Lauren Pearson, DO, MPH, chief medical officer of ARUP at University of Utah Health, are coauthors of a newly published JAMA Research Letter that summarizes results of a survey of clinical labs to evaluate adoption of a new equation to assess kidney function based on creatinine in patient serum. The new equation eliminates adjustment factors for race.
ARUP CMOs are coauthors of a newly published JAMA Research Letter that summarizes how clinical labs are leading the way in eliminating inequality in healthcare.
Lauren Pearson, DO, MPH, is the first appointed chief medical officer of ARUP at University of Utah Health. Her new role will support ARUP’s commitment to continuous quality improvement for clinical laboratory services across the University of Utah Health system.
Lauren Pearson, DO, MPH, has been appointed to serve as the first chief medical officer of ARUP at University of Utah Health to support ARUP’s mission to provide the highest quality diagnostic care.
ARUP President and Chief Scientific Officer Tracy George, MD (center), joins Kate Benedict, worldwide vice president/general manager of vascular access devices at BD, and Jared Bauer, CEO of Seek Labs, on a Workplace Innovation panel at the 2022 BioHive Summit to discuss workforce retention.
ARUP President and CSO Tracy George, MD, joined industry leaders and stakeholders at the 13th annual BioHive Summit Thursday to discuss ARUP’s employee focus, staff retention, and company culture.
ARUP’s International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 15189 accreditation assessment has successfully concluded, and results confirm the consistently high quality of ARUP’s operations.
Pinar Bayrak-Toydemir, MD, PhD, FACMG (left), and Rong Mao, MD, FACMG (right), medical directors of Molecular Genetics and Genomics, lend their expertise to the diagnosis of rare childhood disorders through the Utah NeoSeq Project.
A $3.6 million gift from the Miller family will enable University of Utah Health and ARUP to expand and refine testing for rare genetic disorders through the Utah NeoSeq Project.
The Fall 2022 edition of Magnify: The Art and Science of Diagnostic Medicine, shares how ARUP has applied what it learned from COVID-19 to improve operations, services, and, ultimately, patient care.
Tracy George, MD, has been named among Utah’s Healthcare Heroes: the leaders who have made it their goal to improve health for all Utah residents.
ARUP’s new autonomous intelligent vehicle (AIV) helps its coworkers in the lab by transporting specimens to storage, freeing up staff to focus on other tasks. Here, a team member unloads samples delivered by the AIV.
ARUP’s latest autonomous intelligent vehicle (AIV) is on a mission to save time and trouble for its coworkers in the lab. As a new teammate, the AIV is a seamless and helpful fit.
ARUP Laboratories is eighth in Utah on Forbes magazine’s list of America’s Best Employers By State, a testament to the good working environment ARUP maintains for all its employees, including for these specialists in the company’s Automated Core Lab.
Forbes magazine’s most recent ranking names ARUP among America’s Best Employers By State for the company’s focus on workplace safety, competitive compensation, inclusive culture, and more.
ARUP Laboratories, the STEM Action Center, and Spy Hop collaborated on a film to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).