“With the passing of the pandemic, this is 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 25-26,” Michel said. “This is the time and place for them to learn from the diagnostic 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.”
Sessions will cover the full range of important new developments in lab management. These include profitably repurposing existing PCR automation, how artificial intelligence is transforming digital pathology and streamlining lab operations; how labs are monetizing lab test data; and how next-gen genome sequencers now allow 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 tuition) that will feature a comprehensive tour of genetic testing and the use of genome sequencers in the hospital laboratory, ways to build revenue with digital pathology, and LEAN fundamentals for Lab Managers.
The Executive War College welcomes its 2023 Corporate Benefactors: Beckman Coulter, Change Healthcare, hc1, ELLKAY, Clinisys, Quadax, TELCOR, Wave HDC, Coronis Healthcare, US HealthTek, Thermo Fisher, Synergen Health and XIFIN.