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NEW YORK – Overtesting is a significant issue for hospitals and clinical labs, leading to wasted resources and in some cases an increased risk of patient harm.

One strategy institutions have adopted to curb this practice is the use of "once-per-visit" alerts — notices that are automatically triggered when a doctor reorders a test for a patient within a time period where it is unlikely to be clinically useful.

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