COLA Inc., a national laboratory accreditor dedicated to quality in laboratory medicine and patient care, announces the appointment of Mario Motta, MD, to its Board of Directors. Dr. Motta is a board-certified cardiologist from Salem, Massachusetts, and he joins COLA Inc.’s board of prominent professionals appointed by AAFP, ACP, and AMA. In addition to being…Details
COLA Inc., a nationally-recognized private, non-profit laboratory accreditation organization, is inviting clinical laboratories to participate in a new survey to gather data about how cuts in Medicare’s Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule (CLFS) are impacting their services to patients. Since the implementation of the Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA) of 2014, clinical laboratories have experienced…Details
COLA Inc., a national laboratory accreditor and a champion for quality laboratory medicine and patient care, announced that it is changing its corporate logo. The change comes after COLA’s CEO Nancy Stratton celebrated her one year anniversary with the organization. In this short video, Stratton introduces the new logo and the revitalizing direction for COLA…Details
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Event will occur April 27 – 30, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia.
COLA’s CEO helps it meet its mission with effectiveness and passion.
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Expanded annual event will feature community service, educational, and team building activities
COLA’s Quality Systems Manager focuses on getting it right – and making it better
Fledgling program surges in popularity among COLA members