2019 API/Sunquest Webinars:
Part 1: Driving Laboratory Efficiency and Effectiveness in Large Multi-hospital System
Tuesday, February 26, 1pm ET / 10am PT
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.View Video
Part 2: Driving Laboratory Efficiency and Effectiveness in Large Multi-hospital System
Tuesday, March 26, 1pm ET / 10am PT
Jason Baron, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Brucy Levy, MD, Geisinger Health
One of the major recent trends in healthcare is the consolidation of hospitals into large health systems. Such mergers create a number of IT challenges and opportunities but particularly for pathology that generated huge amounts of data.The two speakers in this presentation, Drs. Jason Baron and Bruce Levy are veteran pathology informaticians and will discuss some of the IT challenges in these large, multi-hospital systems.
Part 1: Using Laboratory-Based Data to Increase Quality and Reduce Costs: Development of Real-Time Analytics to Support an Automated Core Lab
Tuesday, September 25, 1pm ET / 10am PT
J. Mark Tuthill, MD, Henry Ford Health System
During the webinar, he will step the audience through the process of linking and mapping lab-based data as the basis for recommendations to improve lab operations, provide excellent clinical care, and support for the health system.
Part 1: Using Laboratory-Based Data to Increase Quality and Reduce Costs: Modern Analytics for Precision Oncology: Towards the Next Generation in Molecular Reporting and Clinical Decision Support
Tuesday, October 21, 1pm ET / 10am PT
Joseph Sirintrapun, MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Nikolaus Schultz, MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center