The Benefits of a Third-Party Consultant to a Lab Consolidation

The Benefits of a Third-Party Consultant to a Lab Consolidation

Contributing Lab Leaders

Donna Beasley

Donna Beasley, DlM (ASCP)

Senior Director

Huron Consulting Group

Jeff Meyers

Jeff Meyers, CPA

Vice President,Consulting

Corporate Operations

Acumen

Consolidation presents an extraordinary opportunity to streamline testing, but only if you expertly navigate it. See how a consultant can become an extension of your team to help you strategically align with your C-suite, manage complexities and threats and create a winning proposition for all.


Additional resources

  • 10 Steps to Hiring the Right Health Care Consultant
    By Paul Keckley Ph.D. and Marina Karp
    Since transparency is not mandatory for consulting firms, consider these attributes when deciding whom to hire, says Paul Keckley.

  • How to hire the best healthcare consultant for your hospital
    By Tammy Worth
    With so many consultants to choose from, make sure you know what your organization wants.

  • 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?

 

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