Operational

  • What Is Your Lab's Cost of Poor Quality?

    What Is Your Lab's Cost of Poor Quality?

    Jennifer Dawson discusses the concept of Cost of Poor Quality and its components.

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  • The Need for Speed - Gearing up for a More Efficient and Productive Molecular Lab

    The Need for Speed - Gearing up for a More Efficient and Productive Molecular Lab

    Learn how to effectively increase your molecular lab's efficiency and productivity by moving esoteric testing to a core lab environment.

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  • Moving from Clinical Expert to a Strategic Facilitator

    Moving from Clinical Expert to a Strategic Facilitator

    This fast-moving, engaging and interactive webinar explores employee engagement, serving leadership and ways to grow your leadership toolkit.

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  • How to Plan for Turnover Before It's Too Late

    How to Plan for Turnover Before It's Too Late

    Clinical labs may not want to think about what will happen when a successful leader leaves or retires. Top lab leaders share advice for preparing the next generation of leaders—before it's too late.

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  • 4 Effective Influence Strategies Every Lab Professional Can Use

    4 Effective Influence Strategies Every Lab Professional Can Use

    Effective influence is key to lab leadership. Here are four ways every lab professional can master the art of influence, no matter your title.

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  • Four Ways to Prepare Great Laboratorians to Be Great Managers

    Four Ways to Prepare Great Laboratorians to Be Great Managers

    How do labs groom their excellent laboratorians to become great managers? Lab leaders from some of the nation's top clinical institutions identify four key strategies to start executing today.

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  • The Value of Clinical Pathology in Family Practice

    The Value of Clinical Pathology in Family Practice

    Graham Segal, M.D., explores the complexities and challenges of the field of Laboratory Medicine.

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  • How to Drive Workforce Development in the Face of New Technology

    How to Drive Workforce Development in the Face of New Technology

    Michael Bennett, Chief of Lab Medicine at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, talks about planning ahead to cope with an aging workforce and keep his staff at peak ability and performance.

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  • Implementing Change Requires the Right Leadership

    Implementing Change Requires the Right Leadership

    Change requires leaders who can keep things on track, help the organization remember why it's shifting, and provide support for staff members who disrupt long-ingrained habits in favor of better ones

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  • Four Keys to Empowering Better Change Management in the Lab

    Four Keys to Empowering Better Change Management in the Lab

    Clinical labs face internal and external change. Lab leaders from the nation's top healthcare organizations offer keys for handling it, in hiring, training, and managing.

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  • Six Tips for Process Improvement in Your Lab

    Six Tips for Process Improvement in Your Lab

    Process improvement—discovering and applying best practices—has best practices of its own. Top lab leaders give their tips for establishing and managing process improvement teams and procedures.

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  • 10 Essentials to Successful, Rapid Change Management for the Lab

    10 Essentials to Successful, Rapid Change Management for the Lab

    Discover 10 essentials in implementing DMAIC

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  • Go with It - Embrace the Unexpected to Drive Change

    Go with It - Embrace the Unexpected to Drive Change

    Karen Hough shares case studies and exercises to demonstrate how to change behavior and give you a fresh way to consider developing talent for innovative behavior and outcomes.

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  • Software Every DMT Should Know About

    Software Every DMT Should Know About

    Get to know the electronic tools that can help your DMT operate more efficiently

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  • 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Managing a Lab Consolidation Project

    3 Mistakes to Avoid When Managing a Lab Consolidation Project

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  • The Pursuit of Excellence: Where Does Your Lab Rank on the Quality Continuum?

    The Pursuit of Excellence: Where Does Your Lab Rank on the Quality Continuum?

    Where does your lab rank on the quality continuum?

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  • Getting Ahead of the Curve on Digital Pathology

    Getting Ahead of the Curve on Digital Pathology

    Technology is turning the promise of digital pathology into reality. This video talks about where it’s going and how it impacts the future of the lab.

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  •  Optimize genetic testing with a multi-disciplinary team

    Optimize genetic testing with a multi-disciplinary team

    Discover the importance of having a physician, a pathologist and a genetic counselor on your genetic testing team—and how this multi-disciplinary approach can lead to cost savings by ensuring the righ

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  • 5 Essential Steps to Perfecting Your Hiring Process

    5 Essential Steps to Perfecting Your Hiring Process

    Hiring the right employees takes more than identifying professional skills.

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  • Don't Let Your Lab Get Lost in Transition

    Don't Let Your Lab Get Lost in Transition

    Clinical labs may be the last to know when their parent organization is involved in a merger, acquisition or expansion. Here's how to make the case for a seat at the table

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