Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1967

Clin·i·cal Lab·o·ra·to·ry Im·prove·ment Act of 1967

(CLIA '67) (klin'i-kăl lab'ră-tōr-ē im-prūv'mĕnt akt)
U.S. federal law (Public Law 90-174) regulating medical laboratories that process more than 100 specimens per year in interstate commerce. Usually applied to only large, independent laboratories.
See also: Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act Amendments of 1988
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(4.) Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1967, 42 U.S.C.
By 1979, HCFA was also administering interstate licenses required under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1967 (CLIA '67) for labs conducting interstate business.
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1967 and Medicare and Medicaid participation requirements; Final Rule.

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