PathInfo Conference
LabInfoTech 2006 PresentationsArchive Index
· March 1, Wednesday
· March 2, Thursday
· March 3, Friday

March 1, Wednesday

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Supplementing LIS Functionality with Middleware Rob Bush

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Why Does a Diagnostic and Life Sciences Vendor get Involved with Middleware Ron Berman

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Intelligent Automation: Helping Labs Work Smarter Anne Tate

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"Open" Software Solutions: Don't Get Caught in the Middle Without the Software Jacques Baudin

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Lab Information as the Ultimate Value-Add: Why IVDs Are Competing with Software Firms Robert L. Michel

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Oncology Informatics as a Tool for Improving Surgical Pathology Michael J. Becich, M.D., Ph.D.

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A New Vision for Computing in a Complex Lab Environment Paula J. Santrach, M.D.

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Effective Use of Rules in the Hematology Laboratory Elkin Simson, M.D.
March 2, Thursday

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Maintaining Lab Efficiency with an Aging LIS Hal Weiner

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Leveraging Software for Lean, Six Sigma, Marketing and Business Analysis in Your Outreach Laboratory Steven H. Mandell, M.D.

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The Art of the Laboratory Report: Images in Cytopathology David B. Kaminsky, M.D.

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A Telepathology Business Model That Actually Works Mark J. Tuthill, M.D.

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Searching Surgical Pathology Databases with Images Instead of Words Ulysses J. Balis, M.D.
March 3, Friday

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Rethinking Pathology Informatics in the Era of the EMR Bruce A. Friedman, MD

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Managing Information from Multiple Labs in an Integrated Delivery Network Walter H. Henricks, M.D.

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Can We Manage Complex Molecular Data with Our LISs? Dan Jones, M.D., Ph.D.