Take Execution Off the Critical Path

Take Execution Off the Critical Path

Contributing Lab Leaders

Eyas Hattab

Jeff Meyers, CPA

Vice President,Consulting

Corporate Operations

Acumen

When it comes to consolidation, failure is not an option. So how do you ensure success on a multi-year, highly complex consolidation when your staff is already stretched thin? Jeff Myers talks about how to ensure proper execution of your plan.


Additional resources

  • Core planning concepts for lab consolidation
    By Jeff Raasch, AIA, LEED AP and Jim Gazvoda, AIA
    Consolidated labs can help to improve efficiencies and lead to better patient care

  • All for one, one for all? Laboratory consolidation
    By Anne Paxton
    Consolidation among hospitals and laboratories can sometimes seem like too massive a tide for independent and hospital-based laboratories to effectively resist. What are the advantages that large size provides to a hospital system or national lab in a competitive marketplace? And will there be any space left in which smaller laboratories can survive?

  • New Aims of Laboratory Consolidation
    By Brandi Greenberg
    Historically, providers pursued laboratory consolidation as a cost reduction strategy, but optimizing laboratory quality and generating revenue have recently become a focus area. Download the briefing to learn about the pressure for laboratories to consolidate and learn five ways vendors can collaborate with provider integrated laboratory networks.

 

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