Laboratory Consolidation Trends: Past, Present, and Future

  • Duration: 1 hr
  • Date:AUG.2.2017 1:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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Is your Lab following best practices when deciding between POC and centralized testing? Join AACC and LabLeaders on August 2 for a new perspective on the historical and current trends in lab consolidation. During the session, Dr. Nam Tran will describe new technologies that will drive future trends and outline the criteria for labs to standardize their process for selecting testing locations.

This webinar will enable you to:

  • Describe the historical and current trends in lab consolidation
  • Explain new technologies that are driving future trends in lab consolidation
  • Outline  the decision-making criteria that will enable labs to select  between point of care and centralized testing locations 


aacc member photoNam K. Tran, PhD, FACB,
Director of Chemistry, POCT
SARC Clinical and Quality Research, Department of Pathology

Who Should Attend

This webinar is intended for laboratory professionals, physicians and pathologists; hospital administrators; and other professionals working in the clinical laboratory testing industry.

Continuing Education Credit

AACC designates this activity for a maximum of 1.0 ACCENT® credit hours towards the AACC Clinical Chemist’s Recognition Award. AACC is an approved provider of continuing education (CE) for clinical laboratory scientists licensed in states that require documentation of CE, including California, Florida, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and West Virginia. ACCENT®credit is also recognized by several organizations: AAB, ABCC, ACS, AMT, ASCLS, ASCP, ASM, CAP, IFCC, and NRCC.

Registration Information

  • Registration covers one phone line and one computer connection for the webinar. 
  • Several business days prior to the webinar, AACC will e-mail instructions to the registrant on how to participate, including a phone number to call to listen to the audio portion of the webinar and a URL where you can log in for the visual portion of the webinar. 

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