HDL to close doors in Q2

Discussion in 'Health Diagnostics Laboratory' started by Anonymous, Oct 17, 2012 at 7:55 PM.

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  1. Anonymous

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    Quest, Labcorp and CPL will no longer allow phlebes to draw for us. We are done...
     
  2. Anonymous

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    Add Solstas to that list. We have already made that decision.

    Bye-Bye ....
     
  3. Anonymous

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    UMM. NONE OF THOSE COMPANIES DRAW FOR US NOW. NICE TRY
     
  4. Anonymous

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    Yeah....bunghole above knows the business well, because I have several Quest lab offices drawing for me.
     
  5. Anonymous

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    When did this end? I had a client who had a Quest Phleb and the doc was getting the "draw fee". I don't think this was legal.
     
  6. Anonymous

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    That is not legal. In fact, that is big time fraud if they are Medicare patients, and it will be the doctor's butt on the line for accepting payment.
     
  7. Anonymous

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    If HDL is paying the bill and knows the situation wouldn't they be at risk also?
     
  8. Anonymous

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    The sad thing is that HDL, does not offer any technology that would make them attractive to be bought out.
     
  9. Anonymous

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    Randox is in talks to buy HDL on account of HDL being just a hair more effective than Randox has been in the states. Now, be on notice, you will have to be brilliant, and grand, and lack basic knowledge to join the group. The interview process will be a crack, the experience of no experience will be the end all, and no one, anywhere, everywhere, where listen to you.

    Eat lots of leafy greens and raise your HDL
     
  10. Anonymous

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    Is this true? HDL will open a new building next month in Richmond VA....this can't be true.
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Strange. I saw a results report at a client's office last Friday. Perhaps somebody is hoping that HDL closes. Not to much time left in Q2.
     
  12. Anonymous

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    Must have some left over req's hanging around out there. We will be sure to pick them up and recycle. Thanks for the heads up.
     
  13. Anonymous

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    Could be a Bio Diagnostics Part II....good thing you are all contract, less liability for Blue Wave health.
     
  14. Anonymous

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    I just saw two of their management at the G@ meeting 3 weeks back, they did not act like they were folding? However with the 3k req of unneeded, unwarranted tests on every req with no data to proof utility for the larger population, probably they should, it is companies like HDL which has brought all the cuts and magnifying glasses on the lab industry.
     
  15. Anonymous

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    You all are slow....the way to bring HDL down is not to argue the draw fee and reimbursement....it is their leadership and the lack thereof!

    CEO is a walking HR nightmare, Chief Scientific Officer is an old perv who uses the staff as his dating pool...they got rid of the only guy who had any business sense, they get rid of anyone who tries to talk sense into the CEO....I could go on, but that place has been run so loosey-goosey it is just a matter of time that any contractor brings a lawsuit demanding the benefits given to the regular employees. CEO threw a small fit when HDL didn't get one of the best places to work in VA....as a matter of fact they dropped a few points....she can't stand losing ANY award, not gracious at all....

    Oh, you know all that stuff about the VA governor......he has ties to HDL too....just saying where there is smoke.....sniff a little deeper

    And the new building....ha! a logistical nightmare! no thought at all given to processes and how to get samples from point A to B before the build began. Phew! Be glad you are NOT at HDL!
     

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