It’s been busy here at G2 Intelligence as we continue to make improvements to the brand. One change that you’ve likely noticed is that our four monthly briefings—National Lab Reporter, Diagnostic Testing & Emerging Technologies, Lab Compliance Advisor, and Laboratory Industry Report—are now available in an e-newsletter format as well as an updated PDF version. This will allow readers to access our content in their preferred format, whether it’s reading the articles on our website, the digital PDF versions on a tablet, or printing the PDFs off to make handwritten notes.
On a related note, we’d like to thank our readers for their patience and valuable feedback as we dealt with some technical challenges in launching the new PDFs, but we hope you find the new designs to be worth the wait.
We are also continuing to improve and enhance the content in our daily Lab & Pathology Insider e-newsletter, which now includes three free news summaries each issue to bring you the latest information on topics covered in our monthly briefings in a quick-to-read format. We’re also including curated press releases when appropriate. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the latest daily e-newsletter issues and let us know what you think!
More in-depth analysis on these topics will continue to be found in our monthly briefings and we are exploring ways to add to and enhance that paid content as well, but we hope our free content will provide a quick update on the diagnostics industry for when you’re in a hurry.
We also have a few other changes in the works that readers should see this spring:
- Redesigned website featuring a more modern look and improved user experience
- Our first webinars since LabX Media Group acquired G2, one of which will give readers the chance to submit questions to the G2 editorial team that will be answered during the presentation, and one focused on billing and coding
Look for more details on those webinars to be out shortly.
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