Clinical Chemistry has published one of its Q&A pieces (subscription required) with the title “Triangulating Dynamic of Clinical Laboratory Testing.” With a title like that it’s not surprising that 8 pages contained no useful information. Given that some of these people work for laboratory medicine consulting companies, it would have been nice to provide information such as test volume by analyte, company revenues and profits, revenue by analyte, etc. But don’t expect to see any Letters about this piece because Clinical Chemistry won’t accept Letters about anything other than articles.
Triangulating Dynamic? – You’ve got to be kidding