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Because high-sensitivity troponin T (hsTnT) is such a disruptive assay, impacting workflow and clinical practice enterprise-wide, it's important that the C-suite supports its implementation.
When you embark on a consolidation or standardization project, you put an incredible amount of faith in a project manager.
Strategy. Resources. Goals. Having top-down alignment on these matters isn't just helpful to consolidation— it's imperative. See what aspects of leadership are most essential from the start.
To deliver value-based care, clinical labs need more than peak efficiency.
Introducing innovations into healthcare organizations can be challenging. Begin by engaging the right people (at the outset and once the plan is set), creating a narrative, and staying focused.
The most effective DMTs incorporate input from MDs, PhDs, pathologists, lab leaders and other departments.
New mergers and joint ventures are blurring the lines between employers, insurers, providers, and retailers. Top lab leaders discuss the implications for traditional providers.
Clinical decision support too often annoys clinicians more than it helps them. Experts cite three ways that CDS could endear itself to its users and increase its potential to improve patient care.
To get the attention of the organization's C-suite, labs must show how their data can contribute to data-driven health care.
Discover how laboratorians can help physicians better manage their patient’s testing by providing a personalized service beyond the lab.
As commoditization continues, laboratorians are facing mounting pressure to emphasize their value outside of the lab. In this video, Paula Santrach breaks down the 4 key steps to help laboratorians.
It’s critical to emphasize financial ROI when engaging the C-suite, but this metric is not enough on its own. Emphasize strategic ROI to make the case for how your organization can fulfill its goals.
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.
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.
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
Learn seven simple steps lab leaders can take to increase retention and keep star employees engaged.
Karen Hough highlights a simple 3-step process for dealing with the most difficult, and often most important, conversations.
Looking to maximize quality and minimize costs? We’ll show you how to achieve this by developing a care model—and multiply efficiencies by leveraging it in different ways.
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
Bob Kaplanis and Kathleen David share best practices for tackling important decisions that require the join