You are on your way to increasing the value of lab testing for pediatric & adult patients while decreasing unnecessary cost. PLUGS is a national network of over 60 organizations and is growing fast! Don't be left out of the national lab utilization movement-- join PLUGS today. As a member you have access to all of the PLUGS resources and tools.
You're at the right place. On average, PLUGS members reduce their send-out expenses by 10% upon joining the program.
NextGxDx has partnered with PLUGS to expand on existing GeneConnect UM tools with the integration of ‘Order Guides’.
Order Guides raise thoughtful questions and provide clinical evidence to support users when deciding whether one testing method may be better than another.
Join us for our 3rd annual Lab Utilization Management focused meeting in beautiful Seattle, WA. Registration is Open!
"PLUGS is Leading a National Lab Test Stewardship Movement, Advocating for Transparency of Quality, Cost and Coding in Lab Tests." - Mike Astion, MD, PhD
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PLUGS IT Partners:
The PLUGS genetic testing experts, with GeneConnect, a highly specialized data solution from Concert Genetics have collaborated to create a powerful technology tool to help with accurate and appropriate genetic testing ordering.
Viewics has created business intelligence and analytics solutions for laboratories and clinics. The collaboration with PLUGS will allow Viewics' customers to create sophisticated test utilization management dashboards to enhance clinical, operational and financial outcomes.
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