The Berlin Wall of Healthcare---Laboratory Edition

 
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Is there friction in your laboratory between those who draw samples and those who test them that affects morale and cooperation?
What behaviors have you experienced that keep this barrier to cooperation in place?
Are you aware of any instances in which samples, results, or patient care was directly affected by strife between laboratory phlebotomists and testing personnel?
How do you and/or your department work to overcome barriers to cooperation between the phlebotomists and testing personnel?
What is your job title?