(PRWEB) January 11, 2016
Laboratories and hospitals may be well aware of the need to establish a laboratory outreach program as a powerful step toward future growth and helping to meet clinical and financial goals. Outreach programs help improve testing efficiency, provide overall medical value, and prompt optimization. However, the potential pitfalls are vast. Exploring the process and various options with experienced industry experts will enhance understanding and help get started.
Roche is sponsoring a new, free educational webinar, “Outreach 101: Why Initiating an Outreach Program is Vital to Your Lab's Future - and How To Do It!” which will discuss best practices and key factors involved in planning for and implementing a successful lab outreach program. These include choreographing outreach with organizational goals of population health management and efficiency, generating a return on investment, and enhancing patient care.
This webinar will be of particular interest to lab leaders who are interested in initiating an outreach program, and hospital administrators who need to know the financial and clinical benefits of supporting a strategic outreach program.
The speakers, all from Huntsville Hospital, are Kelli Powers, CFO; Vicky McClain, MA, MT, administrative director; and Kristie Campbell, MT, manager of point-of-care testing and outreach operations.
Kelli Powers was recently named one of Alabama's most powerful and influential women by the National Diversity Council.
Vicky McClain has served as administrative lab director of the clinical lab since 1992. Vicky has often lectured on the topics of building a successful outreach program and on outreach billing strategies and can share proven strategies to common challenges of lab outreach through collaboration with departments such as patient accounting, registration, medical records, IT, and contracting.
Kristie Campbell has expertise in management and supervision within the lab field, including staff and project management both internally and with cross-disciplinary projects, giving her a deep understanding of the role played by the lab in the overall function and effectiveness of the hospital organization.
The complementary webinar, hosted on LabRoots as part of the LabLeaders Webinar Series, will be presented on February 3, 2016, at 10 am Pacific Time/1 pm Eastern Time.
For full details about the event and free registration, click here.
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