Technology has the potential to make our lives healthier, more inexpensive, and hence better. That is, if we use it right. But there’s still a lot of work to be done. If we do this right, we’ll reap benefits like precise medicine, lower prices, smarter spending, and federal regulations that favor uniform, high-quality care.
Quality, speed, and technology are combined to enable superior, affordable diagnostics for everyone. There are no compromises to be made.
(College of American Pathologists)
(Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene) www.slh.wisc.edu
(American Proficiency Institute)