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Sequenom Announces Preliminary 2013 Operational Highlights And Objectives For 2014
Date:1/12/2014

er of payor contracts, including 2 national payors
  • Receiving reimbursement as an out-of-network laboratory from remaining large commercial payors
  • Medicaid volume was reduced to 14% of accessions in Q4 2013 from 25% in Q1 2013; eight state Medicaid payors are now reimbursing
  • Laboratory location in North Carolina fully operational and currently performing approximately one third of MaterniT21 PLUS tests
  • Mayo Clinic and Sequenom Laboratories partnered to provide access to the MaterniT21 PLUS LDT to the physicians and their patients in the Mayo Clinic network  
  • Massively parallel sequencing (MPS) patent issued in Europe, further strengthening Sequenom's prenatal diagnostic patent portfolio
  • "We overcame many significant challenges in 2013, including the coding changes that resulted in delays or reduced reimbursement by many payors, particularly state Medicaid programs. As we move into 2014, we continue to lead the industry in expanding the use of and reimbursement for noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT), and continue to work with payors to gain coverage for our tests," said Harry F. Hixson, Jr., Ph.D., Chairman and CEO of Sequenom. "We have set high goals for 2014, and we expect to achieve these goals to continue to build value for our shareholders and maintain our leadership position in NIPT."

    Key Objectives for 2014

    The Company has established its primary financial and R&D objectives for 2014 to include:

    • Achieve quarterly break-even and positive cash flow in Q4 2014
    • Expand the NIPT menu with the development of a low cost test on an alternative platform by year-end, which we expect will facilitate international access and potential future entry into the low-risk market 

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