In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: Throughout this series, we've talked about the growth of the direct access testing industry and the types of models developed to support the businesses that are using that type of testing.
We've covered reimbursement considerations and physician ordering and specimen collection regulations. How does all of this come together to shape the future of the lab testing industry?
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: A complex landscape of state laws overlays the direct access testing model, ranging from physician order requirements, such as telemedicine standards and the corporate practice of medicine doctrine, to specimen collection considerations, including how the varying options for collection could impact a model.
How do these factors combine to create a roadmap for companies navigating the direct access testing industry?
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: When analyzing the life cycle of any health care product, a key component to consider is how much the product will cost and who will pay for it.
What unique challenges do direct access tests (DATs) pose when it comes to reimbursement and related compliance requirements?
In this episode of the Diagnosing Health Care Podcast: What are the various factors impacting stakeholders in the direct access testing industry?
By the end of this four-part series on direct access laboratory testing, listeners will have gained insight into how to navigate the complex regulatory and legal regimes that govern the process of making lab tests available directly to patients and understand the aspects that will dictate how their operations should be structured.
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