Effective Laboratory Utilization - Part 2

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Developing an effective laboratory utilization plan for your practice does not have to be difficult. You can successfully implement utilization activities in the ambulatory setting with four major components.  These mayor keys to your success include:

    • Physician champion
    • Primary focus on patient care
    • Secondary focus on financials
    • Performance measures

Once your major keys are in place, you can start evaluating which tests are right for your laboratory.  Lab test utilization tools can be of large assistance with your process.  


For more details on laboratory utilization in ambulatory facilities, join us for Part 2 of the Effective Laboratory Utilization webinar series.


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Laboratory Management, Laboratory Operations, lab test, lab tests, lab test utilization

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Dr. John Daly

John T. Daly, M.D. received his MD degree at Weill Cornell University Medical College, performed his internship and residency in Anatomic and Clinical pathology at Duke University Medical Center and a residency in Forensic Pathology at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Chapel Hill, N.C. He is board certified in anatomic, clinical and forensic pathology. Through the course of his career, Dr. Daly has had extensive experience directing and advising laboratories of all sizes including physician office practices, Federal Health Clinics, surgical centers, Community Hospitals and the integrated academic health system clinical laboratories of Duke Medicine. He retired as Director of Laboratories of Duke Medicine, and continues his affiliation as a member of the emeritus staff.


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