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The College of American Pathologists and the American Society for Clinical Pathology have released a new evidence-based clinical practice guideline, “Laboratory Workup of Lymphoma in Adults” that focuses on the pre-analytic phase of tissue handling and lymphoma diagnosis to help clinical teams improve patient care.
The College of American Pathologists, the world’s largest organization for the doctors who diagnose and study disease, recognized several of its members for their dedication to and advancement of pathology and laboratory medicine.
The College of American Pathologists has appointed Alain C. Borczuk, MD, FCAP, chief of thoracic pathology and professor of pathology at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, to serve as editor-in-chief of CAP’s peer-reviewed publication, Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
Patients battling lung disease are frequently diagnosed through minimally invasive procedures that allow clinicians to perform vital ancillary tests on increasingly small specimens.
As the current COVID-19 health crisis demonstrates, medical laboratories and the pathologists who oversee them to develop and conduct tests are relied upon to steer many of the health care decisions for the ultimate wellbeing of patients everywhere.
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The College of American Pathologists, in response to the global coronavirus disease pandemic, released a new proficiency testing program for the detection of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.
CAP Statement on the Introduction of the Verified Innovative Testing in American Laboratories Act of 2020
College of American Pathologists President Patrick Godbey, MD, FCAP issued the following statement after the release of the Verified Innovative Testing in American Laboratories Act of 2020 on March 18
The College of American Pathologists welcomed the release of the House Ways and Means Committee’s Consumer Protections Against Surprise Medical Bills Act of 2020.
The College of American Pathologists issued the following statement after the release of a proposal on surprise medical bills from the House Ways & Means Committee
The legislative proposal fails to eliminate rate-setting provision and arbitrary threshold for independent dispute resolution.
Pathologist Creates Powerful Program Providing Patients an Up-Close and Personal Look at Their Cancer
This innovative and unique program invites patients into the laboratory to see first-hand what their very own cancer looks like.
Pathologists are increasingly optimistic about the potential of the human microbiome to help guide diagnosis and monitoring of chronic diseases.
Elizabeth Wagar Named Pathologist of the Year, 17 Others Recognized
In a ceremony at the College of American Pathologists’ (CAP) annual meeting in Orlando, Florida, Patrick E. T. Godbey, MD, FCAP, was sworn in as the 36th president of the physician and medical laboratory organization.
College of American Pathologists Foundation Honors Houston Pathologist for Pioneering Free Cancer Screening
Dr. Dina Mody Focuses on Latina Women With Limited Access to Health Care
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) issued the following statement after the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit reversed a lower court decision and remanded the case American Clinical Laboratory Association (ACLA) v. Azar that challenges the administration of the clinical laboratory service reforms under the Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA).
The CAP calls for the elimination of restrictions that prevent an open independent dispute resolution process
After the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health marked up HR 3630, the CAP urges the full committee to amend the bill to eliminate its rate-setting provision and replace it with an independent dispute resolution process
CAP Applauds Reps. Ruiz and Roe for Introduction of Protecting People from Surprise Medical Bills Act
Bipartisan House legislation offers transparent and commonsense approach to protect patients and allow physicians and insurers to settle out-of-network bills