Webinar: Best Practices for Launching Profitable, Efficient NGS Tests for Hereditary Risk
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUSTIN, Texas (June 16, 2021) – DARK Daily today announced “Best Practices for Launching Profitable, Efficient NGS Tests for Hereditary Risk,” a free webinar that will increase attendees’ understanding of NGS workflow considerations, data interpretation and analysis, and best practices for implementation. It will be held Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 1 pm EDT and will be available on-demand after that.
The decreasing cost of implementing NGS has many clinical laboratories considering expanding the scope and complexity of their hereditary testing services to include NGS. However, this expansion comes with a significant number of challenges, including setup, panel design, and validation, building for optimum turnaround time, and the need for specialized clinical genetic knowledge and overall scalability.
This webinar will include special guests Charlene Son Rigby, MBA, Chief Business Officer, and Jeanette McCarthy, MPH, PhD, Sr. Director, Scientific Programs of Fabric Genomics, and Tootie Tatum, PhD, Founder and CEO of Blackhawk Genomics.
Learn more about market trends and revenue opportunities for clinical laboratories to perform hereditary NGS genetic tests, as well as:
- Implementing effective strategies to introduce NGS into the laboratory and overcome associated challenges, aligning capabilities and resources.
- Launching reimbursed genetic panels rapidly, implement in 4 weeks, and improve turnaround time (TAT).
- Learning how AI enables the growing community of laboratories to offer NGS tests effectively.
- And so much more!
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