Sunquest & API present:

2 Part Webinar Series: Pathology Informatics

February 26th, 2019 & March 26th, 2019 10am PST | 1pm EST Your Desk!

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New 2019 webinar series on pathology informatics and DRIVING LABORATORY EFFICIENCY and EFFECTIVENESS in large multi-hospital systems

Value based care, consolidations, and staffing challenges continue to put pressure on today’s laboratory.  How do you to manage your business with the move from fee-for-service to fee-for-value, while also managing the change in staffing and testing requirements – to not only survive, but thrive?

Learn how to increase efficiency and effectiveness within your laboratory by attending this free webinar series hosted by API and Sunquest.

Part 1: Tuesday, February 26, 1pm ET / 10am PT

Moderated by:
Bob McGonnagle
Publisher, CAP Today

 

Part one of this two-part webinar series (Feb. 26 at 1pm ET/10am PT) will focus on ways you can improve workflow, reduce costs and improve outcomes, while delivering value-based care for your organization.

Our first speaker, Dr. Anil Parwani, will step through the logistical challenges of a multi-hospital digital pathology deployment, and will then guide you through various scenarios, including core histopathology processing and centralized pathologist review, that can result in a reduction in processing and resource redundancies, and improve pathologist collaboration and review.

Next, Dr. Brian Jackson will discuss the various pro’s and con’s of the insourcing and outsourcing of tests – from the routine to the more specialized esoteric testing – and help you identify what you need to consider when developing centers of excellence expertise, and support the reduction in send out costs and improve workflow.

Part 2: Tuesday, March 26, 1pm ET / 10am PT

Part two of the series, scheduled for March 26, 1pm ET/10am PT, will focus on encouraging innovation in the clinical and pathology laboratories, including the support for quality laboratory reporting throughout a large health system environment.

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