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Laboratory-Based Patient Care Project Moving From Theory to Practice

Lab 2.0, TriCore and Rhodes in action!

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College of American Pathologists

Take Your Quality System – And Your Quality of Care – to the Next Level

Did you know that TriCore is one of only 48 labs that are designated with the CAP 15189SM Accreditation?

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International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine

IFCC Newsletter-November 2019

TriCore Reference Laboratories partners with MCO to improve prenatal care

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New Farmington Patient Care Center Open NOW

TRICORE REFERENCE LABORATORIESOPENS FARMINGTON PATIENT CARE CENTERALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – November 4, 2019 — TriCore Reference Laboratories, New Mexico’s non-profit clinical laboratory, is pleased to announce the opening of its newest location in Farmington, NM. This full-service patient care center will open November 4, 2019, and will provide laboratory draw services six days a week….

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Microsoft

TriCore Reference Laboratories Provides Actionable Insights for Prenatal Care with Microsoft Power BI

Enabled by innovative algorithms, TriCore Reference Laboratories (TriCore) takes laboratory data and turns it into actionable insights. By augmenting the way data is integrated into prenatal care in New Mexico, TriCore has changed the perspective surrounding the value laboratories bring to the healthcare industry.

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TriCore Reference Laboratories Welcomes New Chief Medical Officer

TriCore Reference Laboratories Welcomes New Chief Medical Officer

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CAP Today

Too few technologists: labs take inventive steps

The tight supply of technologists to fill open positions is pushing laboratories to be creative in finding answers. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and TriCore Reference Laboratories found their answers by looking not just outward but also—and largely—inward.

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AACC

Companies Focus on Helping Labs do More with Less

With no end in sight to the lab workforce shortage, vendors aim to fill the gap

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CAP Today

Practical challenges in peripheral blood smear evaluation

Unlike high-count monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis, low-count MBL has a limited chance of progression to CLL and thus there is no need for follow-up. And a definitive diagnosis of T-cell large granulocytic leukemia requires demonstration of clonality. Those and other points were made in a CAP18 session on practical challenges in peripheral blood evaluation.

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Marcia Woolley recognized for 30 years with TriCore

Marcia Woolley recognized for 30 years with TriCore

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