ARUP Laboratories’ new AnalyticsDx™ Comprehensive tool gives laboratories access to their collective testing data in an intuitive dashboard and offers cohesive data visualization for users’ ordering trends, operations metrics, turnaround times (above), and more.
ARUP’s new tool, AnalyticsDx™ Comprehensive, provides cohesive data visualization that clients can use to inform quality improvements and cost-saving measures.
ARUP’s health and wellness initiatives have earned the company a Platinum Healthy Worksite Award and Healthy Worksite Innovation Award from the Utah Worksite Wellness Council.
The Utah Worksite Wellness Council recently honored ARUP for its exceptional health and wellness programs with two awards.
We are kickstarting Lab Week by putting a spotlight on the important role that medical laboratory professionals have in improving and saving patient lives.
ARUP Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD (left), Director of Healthcare Advisory Services Sandy Richman, MBA, C(ASCP) (middle), and Digital Pathology Project Manager Sumie Edwards, MLS(ASCP)CM (right), will join industry leaders at the 2023 Executive War College conference April 25–27 to offer guidance on laboratory management and operations.
Jonathan Genzen, MD, PhD, Sandy Richman, MBA, C(ASCP), and Sumie Edwards, MLS(ASCP)CM, will join leaders at the Executive War College conference April 25–27 to offer guidance on lab management.
ARUP and Gestalt Diagnostics announced a partnership under which ARUP will adopt Gestalt’s PathFlow® platform as a foundation for future digital pathology initiatives.
The Spring 2023 edition of Magnify: The Art and Science of Diagnostic Medicine, is now available online and explores the legacy and future of transfusion medicine at ARUP.
Data from the 2022 Client Satisfaction Survey shows that an overwhelming majority of our clients view ARUP favorably and would recommend ARUP to colleagues.
Left to right, Archana Agarwal, MD; Kristi Smock, MD; Tracy George, MD; and Peng Li, MD, PhD, are all hematopathologists and leaders at ARUP who are working to create a welcoming work environment for employees. Along with supportive policies and practices, professional development opportunities, and other benefits, these characteristics have earned ARUP a spot on the list of 100 Utah Companies Championing Women.
ARUP has been selected as one of 100 Utah Companies Championing Women by In Utah, an initiative of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity and the Utah Women and Leadership Project.
(Left to right) ARUP employee Toni Pollock presents a check to International Rescue Committee Regional Director Patrick Poulin and Development Officer Jesse Sheets with fellow ARUP employee Danita Kuehnl.
In 2022, ARUP employees contributed $81,935 to charitable causes, an annual act of service that supports both the patients and broader communities we serve.
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.