The Project Santa Fe Foundation offers a library of self published documents that provide guidelines, advice, and general information on the implementation of CL2.0 practices. Using the tabs below, you may read through and download our CL2.0 Position Statements, CL2.0 Lab-Initiated Care Models, and CL2.0 White Papers and Publications.
CL2.0 Position Statements:
The Project Santa Fe Foundation, as a thought leadership organization, supports the development of position statements to promote the development and implementation of Clinical Lab 2.0. and the insights described in the CL2.0 model. Position statements are short guidelines that provide programmatic advice for laboratories who wish to become involved in Clinical Lab 2.0 services.
CL2.0 Lab-Initiated Care Models:
The Project Santa Fe Foundation, as a thought leadership organization, supports the development of lab initialed-care models to promote the development and implementation of Clinical Lab 2.0 around specific clinical topics. The lab initialed-care models highlight therapeutic issues where laboratory medicine can have a significant role in changing patient outcomes, reducing costs, and supporting population health using longitudinal laboratory data and laboratory driven clinical insights.
Therapeutic topics presented in the lab initialed-care models involve high frequency, high risk, and high-cost health conditions that impact large groups of the population and include both chronic and acute conditions. The lab initialed-care models provide specific guidance for laboratories who wish to become involved in providing therapeutic guidance based on evidence and promote laboratory driven facilitated interventions.
CL2.0 White Papers and Publications:
The Project Santa Fe Foundation, as a thought leadership organization, produces white papers as informational documents to describe and promote the role of the clinical laboratory in today’s changing healthcare environment. White papers provide facts backed by research and statistics from reliable sources and communicate key information including the background and future role of the Clinical Lab 2.0 movement.