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New clinical and financial opportunities for labs at the first full Executive War College Conference on Laboratory & Pathology Management in two years

 

AUSTIN, TEXAS (March 29, 2022) – Lab executives and pathologists from many of the nation’s most prominent clinical laboratories will come together on April 27-28 to learn about the latest advances in key diagnostic and digital technologies used to increase revenue, lower costs, and improve patient care at the next Executive War College on Laboratory and Pathology Management in New Orleans. The event will feature more than 75 different sessions with up to 125 lab managers, consultants, vendors, and diagnostic experts as speakers.

“This may be the ‘year of opportunity’ for all clinical laboratories and pathology groups,” said Robert Michel, Editor-in-Chief of The Dark Report and founder of the Executive War College. “The best place to learn about how innovative labs are taking advantage of new technologies in their daily operations is this year’s Executive War College.”

“Every lab organization should have their managers and best strategic thinkers attend this year’s Executive War College on April 27-28,” Michel said. “This is the time and place for them to learn from the profession’s best innovators and gain insights they’ll need to keep their laboratories at the cutting edge of clinical excellence in a financially sustainable manner.”

The conference will be the first full Executive War College since 2019, and sessions will cover the full range of important new developments in lab management, including how artificial intelligence is transforming digital pathology and streamlining lab operations; how labs are monetizing lab test data; and how genome sequencers are allowing smaller labs to provide genetic tests and gain substantial revenue from these testing services.

In addition to the comprehensive two-day program, there will be additional post-conference workshops on a third day (for an additional fee) that will feature a comprehensive tour of digital pathology and AI-powered image analysis, ways labs can generate revenue from specimens while building PCR test volumes, and new methods to turbocharge your lab’s coding, billing, and collections program.

The Executive War College welcomes its 2022 Corporate Benefactors: Beckman Coulter, Change Healthcare, Coronis Laboratory & Pathology, ELLKAY, Inpeco, Lifepoint Informatics, MedUSA, Sunquest, TELCOR, Wave HDC, and XIFIN.

Visit www.executivewarcollege.com for more information, including the comprehensive roster of speakers and sessions and how to register for the event.

About The Dark Intelligence Group

Since 1995, The Dark Intelligence Group (TDIG), publisher of The Dark Report which produces the Executive War College, has been the clinical laboratory industry’s pre-eminent source for essential market intelligence and business news. It provides strategic information and training to independent lab companies, hospitals and health systems, and pathology group practices. TDIG also offers access to IVD companies seeking to get their solutions in front of our large and loyal list of clinical lab and pathology executives through actionable, relevant and high-quality content vehicles and networking opportunities..

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