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National Reference Laboratory, Warde Medical Laboratory to Showcase at 2013 AACC Clinical Lab Expo
Date:7/24/2013

Ann Arbor, Michigan (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

A premier national reference laboratory, Warde Medical Laboratory will showcase its comprehensive esoteric testing catalog and unique cost saving operational model in Exhibit Booth 1637 during the 2013 American Association for Clinical Chemistry in Houston, Texas.

One of the world’s largest laboratory medicine events, the event takes place at the George R. Brown Convention Center from July 28-August 1, 2013 and brings together leading industry professionals from around the globe to review the latest in scientific and clinical research, diagnostics, and laboratory management. Visit the AACC Clinical Lab Expo website for event information.

A Different Mission – a Different Model

“A different mission guides our business model,” according to Jon Sanford, Business Development Manager. “Warde was formed in 1985 for a particular purpose; to reduce the cost of laboratory testing while continuously improving the quality of healthcare. We do that in two ways. Our esoteric testing menu is designed to complement, not compete with the menus of our client hospitals and we deliberately operate with a lower profit margin.”

Additionally, not-for-profit hospitals have an opportunity to lower their costs even further by converting reference testing from an expense into an asset through a unique new co-tenancy operational model.

To find out how your hospital can lower the cost of reference testing, visit Warde Medical Laboratory in Booth 1637 at the AACC Clinical Lab Expo or us at http://www.wardelab.com.

About Warde Medical Laboratory (http://www.wardelab.com)

Warde Medical Laboratory provides comprehensive reference testing and esoteric molecular and genetic assays to for-profit and not-for-profit hospitals and multi-hospital groups across the United States. Comprehensive toxicology testing services are also available to companies and organizations for workplace drug screening and forensic testing. Warde‘s state-of-the-art-facility is staffed with highly-trained clinical specialists under the leadership of internationally-known pathologists assuring the highest levels of quality and service. Founded in 1985 with a core mission to improve the quality of healthcare, Warde Medical Laboratory deliberately operates on a lower profit margin to reduce the cost of testing. A unique operational model offers not-for-profit hospitals the opportunity to lower their costs even further.

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