Uncovering solutions together
Mayo Clinic Laboratories works with hospitals and health care institutions to strengthen their ability to reach more patients and provide the best possible outcomes. These case studies feature some of challenges that Mayo Clinic Laboratories and its clients have confronted and the solutions they found together.
Faced with a population increase and the need to expand both laboratory testing capacity and capabilities, Yuma Regional Medical Center leaned into its relationship with Mayo Clinic Laboratories to gain insights to strengthen community ties, attract new providers, and positively impact patient outcomes.
By collaborating with Mayo Clinic Laboratories, Morris Hospital & Healthcare Center has been able to expand complex and specialized lab testing in the communities they serve.
Partnering with Mayo Clinic has helped St. Clair Health improve patient care and gain a new competitive advantage in pharmacogenetics.
Personalized medicine represents unprecedented potential benefits for patients. LabConnect and Mayo Clinic BioPharma Diagnostics are working together to bring world-class laboratory testing and resources to industry partners conducting clinical research and trials.
Delta Health leveraged their relationship with Mayo Clinic Laboratories to support patient in rural Colorado during the COVID-19 pandemic. Delta Health and Mayo Clinic Laboratories have collaborated for over 17 years to perform complex and esoteric testing.
When most of the world was still struggling to understand how COVID-19 would affect their lives, Atria Senior Living took steps to protect their vulnerable residents and staff.
Cayuga Medical Center sought to challenge the narrative that a hospital’s lab is an expensive liability by positioning themselves as the laboratory of choice in their area.
UofL Health – UofL Hospital physicians and laboratory scientists faced challenges in the ordering of autoimmune and paraneoplastic panels: duplicate orders that add unnecessary cost and omitted test orders that could provide the key to the right diagnosis for patients.