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Volume 129, Issue No. 5 September/October 2014
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Volume 128
Supplement 2: Public Health Laboratory Systems

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This special supplement of the September/October 2013 issue of Public Health Reports (PHR) is devoted to public health laboratories systems, with an emphasis on activities and approaches that represent managing and improving the system across many different dimensions.

Article Title Page Number
Public Health Laboratories Supplement 0
PHR Masthead  
Public Health Laboratory Systems: At the Crossroads 1
John C. Ridderhof, DrPH, HLCD (ABB) / Burton W. Wilcke, Jr., PhD, SM (ASCP)  
The Affordable Care Act, Meaningful Use, and Their Impact on Public Health Laboratories 7
Steven H. Hinrichs, MD / Patina Zarcone, MPH  
Supporting Public Health Laboratory Systems Research 10
Burton W. Wilcke, Jr., PhD, SM (ASCP) / Sadira Y. Del Rio Daher, MA / Karen J. Breckenridge, MBA, MT (ASCP)  
Newborn Screening: From Guthrie to Whole Genome Sequencing 14
Michele Caggana, ScD, FACMG / Elizabeth A. Jones, MPH / S.I. Shahied, PhD / Susan Tanksley, PhD / Cheryl A. Hermerath, MBA, DLM, RM / Ira M. Lubin, PhD  
The Laboratory Efficiencies Initiative: Partnership for Building a Sustainable National Public Health Laboratory System 20
John C. Ridderhof, DrPH, HLCD (ABB) / Anthony D. Moulton, PhD / Renee M. Ned, MMSc, PhD / Janet K.A. Nicholson, PhD / May C. Chu, PhD / Scott J. Becker, MS / Eric C. Blank, DrPH / Karen J. Breckenridge, MBA, MT (ASCP) / Victor Waddell, PhD / Charles D. Brokopp, MT (ASCP), DrPH  
State Public Health Laboratory System Quality Improvement Activities 34
Bertina Su, MPH / Paula Snippes Vagnone, MT (ASCP)  
Milwaukee Laboratory System Improvement Program (L-SIP) 40
M. Stephen Gradus, PhD, D(ABMM) / Sanjib Bhattacharyya, PhD / Amy Murphy, MPH / Julie N. Becker, BA / Bevan K. Baker, MHA, FACHE  
Laboratory System Improvement Program: First in the Nation — New Hampshire Reassessment 49
Jill J. Power, MS, M (ASCP) / Christine L. Bean, PhD, MBA, MT (ASCP) / Amanda Cosser, BS / Alma Vazquez, BS  
The Indiana Laboratory System: Focus on Environmental Laboratories 57
Jyl M. Madlem, MS, MT (AMT) / Kara R. Hammes, MPH / Shelley R. Matheson, BS / Judith Lovchik, PhD, D (ABMM)  
Using Interorganizational Partnerships to Strengthen Public Health Laboratory Systems 63
Kristina Hsieh, DrPH / Paul Kimsey, PhD / Gertrude Buehring, PhD  
Legal Considerations in Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing of Public Health Laboratory Services 70
Molly R. Berkery, JD, MPH / Matthew S. Penn, JD, MLIS  
Evaluation of Three Influenza Neuraminidase Inhibition Assays for Use in a Public Health Laboratory Setting During the 2011–2012 Influenza Season 75
William Murtaugh, MPH / Lalla Mahaman, MPH / Benjamin Healey, BS / Heather Peters, BS / Barbara Anderson, BS, MT (ASCP) / Mandy Tran, BS / Marci Ziese, MS / Maria Paz Carlos, MBA, PhD  
Evaluation of the Novel Respiratory Virus Surveillance Program: Pediatric Early Warning Sentinel Surveillance (PEWSS) 88
Patricia A. Armour, MPA, MT (ASCP) / Linh M. Nguyen, PhD, MPH / Michelle L. Lutman, MPH / John P. Middaugh, MD  
Using Fee-for-Service Testing to Generate Revenue for the 21st Century Public Health Laboratory 97
Carol Loring, MS / R. Brock Neil, PhD / Laura Gillim-Ross, PhD / Matthew Bashore, BS / Sandip Shah, PhD  
Core Courses in Public Health Laboratory Science and Practice: Findings from 2006 and 2011 Surveys 105
John M. DeBoy, DrPH / Angela J. Beck, PhD, MPH / Matthew L. Boulton, MD, MPH / Deborah H. Kim, MPH / Michael D. Wichman, PhD / Partick F. Luedtke, MD, MPH  
 
 

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