I will be presenting my session Case Studies in Lab Design: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly at the upcoming ASCLS-CA – Golden Gate CLMA Conference in Modesto, CA on Friday, June 8th. These groups have an excellent program planned, and I am pleased to be on the program with such an excellent group… Read More »
I am pleased to announce that I will be presenting my session “Case Studies in Lab Design: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” at the Clinical Laboratory Collaborative Conference in Northglenn, CO in April, 2018. This is a fun session where we look at examples of specimen flow and staff movement in a few… Read More »
Are you looking for a Laboratory Continuing Education opportunity in a fantastic location? Check out the 2018 Intermountain States Seminar (IMSS) in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming! This 55th Annual IMSS features nationally recognized experts speaking on multiple up-to-date topics, a great exhibit hall with lots of vendors, networking opportunities and social events, all in the… Read More »
A great article from AACC’s Clinical Laboratory News on the benefits of using autoverification, a more efficient laboratory design, and a visual TAT monitor to improve TAT in a laboratory. Although I have always promoted the benefits of autoverification, which is much more of a factor in improving turnaround time that automation, I really like… Read More »
During the 2013 ASCLS annual meeting this past week in Houston I was sworn in as President of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science. I am looking forward to serving ASCLS and the profession of medical laboratory science over the next 12 months.