CMS Closes the Free COVID-19 Tests Coverage Loophole

Getting Republicans and Democrats to agree on anything these days is a Herculean task, even during a global pandemic. One of the rare points of consensus is with regard to the notion that all … [Read more...]

Focus On

How the Transition from Trump to Biden Will Affect Federal Regulation and Reimbursement

“Meet the new boss. . . same as the old boss.” The Who’s “Won’t Get Fooled Again” is a rock classic; but as far as U.S. presidents and federal regulation are concerned, the “new boss” is almost … [Read more...]

Workplace Safety

The power of the pause for avoiding injury

By Dan Scungio bio The majority of laboratory injuries and exposures are preventable, and most of them occur because people are not paying close attention to the situation. They lose their … [Read more...]

Lab Safety

What will 2021 bring for lab safety programs?

By Dan Scungio bio As we say goodbye and good riddance to the year 2020, we hesitatingly welcome 2021. What will the new year bring? Can it be worse than the last year? Are we prepared to deal with … [Read more...]


EKRA Prosecution: What Does this Mean for the Laboratory Industry? 

By Charles Dunham, IV, Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, LLP & Benjamin Nipper, Associate at Greenberg Traurig, LLP  In January 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) made its first … [Read more...]