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AUSTIN, Texas (May 5, 2021) – DARK Daily today announced “Strategies for Laboratory Professionals to Drive Lab Stewardship,” a new, free webinar sponsored by HC1 and Quest Diagnostics. “Strategies for Laboratory Professionals to Drive Lab Stewardship” explores the implementation of laboratory stewardship to increase effective test use, decrease costs, and improve patient care. Laboratory testing is typically the single highest-volume medical activity in a health system and plays a major role in driving clinical decision-making.
Hear from experts and guest speakers Wes Wong, MMM, MD Director of Clinical Affairs, HC1, and Lee H. Hilborne, MD, MPH Senior Medical Director, Medical Affairs, Quest Diagnostics as they present an approach built on principles of change management, utilization of clinical data to drive change, and the development of necessary organizational support structures.
Features and benefits of this webinar include:
- Understanding how laboratory stewardship takes a holistic approach to optimizing laboratory value and aligns with the broader aims of healthcare systems.
- Understanding the key elements required for successfully implementing a laboratory stewardship program.
- Identifying ways to achieve quality and cost goals via laboratory stewardship.
“Strategies for Laboratory Professionals to Drive Lab Stewardship” will be streaming on-demand Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
Click here for more information and to stream this free webinar.
For additional information, contact: Amanda Curtis, 512-264-7103
About DARK Daily: DARK Daily is a concise e-news/management briefing on timely topics in clinical laboratory and anatomic pathology group management. It is a solution to the dilemma facing anyone in the laboratory profession. New developments, new technology, and changing healthcare trends make it imperative to stay informed to be successful. At the same time, the Internet, cell phones, tablets, laptop computers, and wireless devices are overwhelming any one individual’s ability to absorb this crushing Tsunami of data.