According to the company, the CLIA
waived tests must meet stringent quality requirements to be used in non-laboratory POC settings.
Biotech company Orig3n Inc revealed on Wednesday the completion of the acquisition of Interleukin Genetics CLIA
laboratory and their remaining assets for an undisclosed amount.
Vago spent the last three years as CLIA
Europe chairman and is also executive chairman of MSC Cruises.
Alex Adams: In a recent study, more than 10 800 pharmacies in the US were reported to hold a CLIA
In the US, CLIA
has always maintained two centers of operations.
standards relate to all clinical lab testing on specimens derived from humans in the U.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are responsible for enforcement of the provisions of the CLIA
regulations and may impose a variety of sanctions on laboratories that are found to be out of compliance.
The additional authority means that any laboratory that is accredited by ASHI during the time period allotted is "deemed to meet the CLIA
requirements for laboratories: according to CMS requirements and is generally not subject to routine inspections by a State survey agency to determine its complaints with CLIA
When CMS implemented revised CLIA
survey requirements in 2004, it modified historical state survey agency findings and, as a result, data prior to 2004 no longer reflect key survey requirements in effect at the time of those surveys.
In a separate announcement CLIA
revealed its plans to more its headquarters to the former Maritime Exchange Building, at 80 Broad St.
Families represent one of the fastest-growing segments of the cruise market, according to CLIA
, which was passed by Congress in 1988 and implemented in 1992, requires physician office labs to meet documentation and quality assurance requirements before they can bill Medicare or Medicaid for tests.