Benchmarking Your Lab Performance the Right Way

Benchmarking Your Lab Performance the Right Way

Contributing Lab Leaders

Myra Wilkerson

Myra Wilkerson, MD, FCAP

Anatomic and Clinical Pathology

Cytopathology Chair, Division of Laboratory Medicine

Geisinger

 

Benchmarking is a great way to get solid numbers on your laboratory's performance. But you need to know exactly what to measure, and you should work with a benchmarking company that understands your organization's unique needs.
 


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