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2019 Session Recordings Speaker List

SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 2019

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191002: Preanalytical Variations: Basics and Beyond — Speaker: Ana-Maria Simundic

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191002: Preanalytical Errors Related to Venous Blood Sampling — Speaker: Ana-Maria Simundic

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191002: Blood Sample Hemolysis — Speaker: Giuseppe Lippi

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191003: Hemoglobin Electrophoresis — Speaker: John Mitsios

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191003: Laboratory Diagnosis of Hemoglobinopaties — Speaker: John Mitsios

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191004: The Laboratory Test Life Cycle: Using CLSI Guidelines to Meet FDA, CLIA and ISO Requirements — Speaker: J. Rex Astles

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191004: FDA QSR Requirements — Speaker: Marcia Zucker

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191004: CLIA Requirements — Speaker: J. Rex Astles

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191004: ISO Requirements — Speaker: Lucia Berte

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191005: Rise and Shine! The Essential Elements of a Point of Care Testing (POCT) Boot Camp (Part 1) — Speaker: Peggy Mann

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191005: Drill This! Training Is Different Than Competency Assessment — Speaker: Peggy Mann

8:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 191005: Ten-Hut!! Writing Procedures to Achieve Compliance — Speaker: Lou Ann Wyer

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193012: The Secrets to Success: Implementing Robust LC-MS/MS Methods in the Clinical Laboratory — Speaker: Grace van der Gugten

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193012: The Secrets to Success: Implementing Robust LC-MS/MS Methods in the Clinical Laboratory - Part 2 — Speaker: Grace van der Gugten

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193013: How to Truly "Excel" at Data Analysis and Visualization: An Introduction to the R Programming Language — Speaker: Patrick Mathias

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193013: Reproducible Reporting and Data Transformation — Speaker: Patrick Mathias

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193013: Introduction to R & RStudio and Exploratory Data Analysis — Speaker: Joseph Rudolf

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193013: Statistics and Visualization — Speaker: Daniel Herman

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193014: Pathology and Clinical Laboratory Informatics Boot Camp — Speaker: David McClintock

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193014: Introduction / Information Systems – Overview, Selection, LifeCycle — Speaker: David McClintock

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193014: IT Governance / Cybersecurity Issues — Speaker: Christopher Williams

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193015: Choosing Wisely: Targeted Versus Genomic Tests — Speaker: Ann Moyer

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193015: Challenges of Interpreting NGS Data for Inherited Disorders — Speaker: Avni Santani

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193015: Clinical Exome Sequencing: Best Practices for Variant Interpretation — Speaker: Josh Deignan

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193016: Clinical Laboratory Leadership Essentials for the 21st Century — Speaker: Sedef Yenice

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193016: The Leader Versus the Manager, Leading and Managing the Laboratory Team and The Leader as Visionary and Motivator — Speaker: Sedef Yenice

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193016: Leadership Attitudes and Styles, Learning Style and Impact on Relationships in the Workplace and Project Management Fundamentals — Speaker: Edward Randell

8:30 AM To 3:15 PM - 193016: Defining Conflict and Personal Responses to Conflict and Conflict Resolution Process — Speaker: Matthias Orth

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192007: Afternoon Reveille! Continuing the Essential Elements of a Point of Care Testing (POCT) Boot Camp (Part Two) — Speaker: Jeanne Mumford

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192007: Integrating Quality Management and Compliance into POCT — Speaker: Kimberly Skala

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192007: Connectivity: Get Out the Tin Cans and String! Saving Your Sanity Using Connectivity for POCT — Speaker: Kerstin Halverson

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192007: Leading Your Team with Successful Communication Skills — Speaker: Jeanne Mumford

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192008: AACC/IFCC Clinical Laboratory Practice Recommendations for Use of High Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin Assays: Real Laboratory and Clinical Experience in the USA — Speaker: Fred Apple

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192008: One-Year Experience of the Analytical Performance Following Implementation of the Gen 5 cTnT Assay into Laboratory Medicine Practice — Speaker: Brad Karon

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192008: One-Year Experience of the Clinical Performance Following Implementation of the Gen 5 cTnT Assay into Emergency Medicine Practice — Speaker: Judd Hollander

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192008: One-Year Experience of the Clinical Performance Following Implementation of the Gen 5 cTnT Assay into Cardiology Practice — Speaker: Allan Jaffe

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192008: Experience from the Clinicaltrials.gov ‘CONTRAST’ Study on the Direct Comparison between hs-cTnI and Gen5 cTnT Assays in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department: Are There Differences? — Speaker: Fred Apple

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192009: Maximizing the Impact and Value of Laboratory Automation: Lessons Learned from Clinical Chemistry and Microbiology — Speaker: Jonathan Genzen

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192009: Avoiding Costly Mistakes in Automation Plans and Proposals — Speaker: Jonathan Genzen

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192009: Implementation of Total Laboratory Automation in Clinical Chemistry — Speaker: Anna Merrill

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192009: Planning and Implementation of Automation in Microbiology — Speaker: Carey-Ann Burnham

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192009: Post-Implementation and Workflow Considerations of Total Laboratory Automation in Microbiology — Speaker: Melanie Yarbrough

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192010: Multiple Myeloma Diagnostics: Interpretation and Reporting of Protein Electrophoresis and Serum Free Light Chains — Speaker: Ronald Booth

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192010: Initial Detection and Measurement of a Monoclonal Protein — Speaker: David Keren

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192010: Clinical Reporting Considerations for Serum Free Light Chains and Monoclonal Protein Fractions — Speaker: Ronald Booth

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192010: Case Studies: Bridging the Old and the New — Speaker: Maria Alice Willrich

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192011: Introduction and Setting Clinical Performance Goals — Speaker: David Koch

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192011: Verification Experiments — Speaker: Janetta Bryksin

12:15 PM To 3:15 PM - 192011: Trust, but Verify: Getting the Most Out of Verification Protocols for FDA Approved Methods — Speaker: David Koch

3:30 PM To 4:30 PM - 11002: Consumer Genomics, Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing, and Patient Empowerment — Speaker: Cathy Wurzer

3:30 PM To 4:30 PM - 11002: Consumer Genomics in 2019 — Speaker: Jill Hagenkord

3:30 PM To 4:30 PM - 11002: DTC Genetic Testing and Patient Care: Hype, Harm and Hope — Speaker: Theodora Ross

5:00 PM To 6:30 PM - 11001: Plenary: Biomarker Discovery:  From Technology Development to Clinical Applications — Speaker: David Walt

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2019

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32101: Ethical Issues in Laboratory Medicine — Speaker: Carey-Ann Burnham

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32101: Ethical Issues in Laboratory Medicine — Speaker: Ann Gronowski

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32101: Ethical Issues in Emerging Infections and the Clinical Laboratory — Speaker: Sheldon Campbell

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32102: The Quest for Laboratory Quality through Competency Assessment — Speaker: Elia Mears

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32104: Clinical Utilization of D-Dimer Testing: Practical Guidance to Reduce Unnecessary Imaging Procedures While Improving Patient Care and Optimizing Healthcare Resources — Speaker: Sean Campbell

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32104: Pathophysiology and Utility of the D-Dimer Assay in an Emergency Clinical Setting — Speaker: Jeffrey Kline

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32104: D-Dimer Utilization at Montefiore Medical Center: Perspectives from the Laboratory — Speaker: Morayma Reyes-Gil

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32105: Universal Non-Targeted HCV Screening and Linkage to Care: Emergency Department and Laboratory Perspectives on Design, Implementation, and Results — Speaker: James Moore

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32105: Adult Emergency Department (ED) Universal Non-Targeted HCV Screening: An Emergency Physician’s Perspective Addressing Public Health While Not Affecting Patient Flow — Speaker: James Moore

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32105: Adult Emergency Department (ED) Universal Non-Targeted HCV Screening: A Laboratorian’s Guide to Providing Accurate and Comprehensive HCV Testing Results that Affect Patient Care — Speaker: Morgan McCoy

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32106: We Should Use the IADPSG to Detect GDM — Speaker: Florence Brown

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32106: We Should Use the Two-Step Method to Detect GDM — Speaker: Amy Valent

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32107: Data Science and AI in Laboratory Medicine: What You Should Know Now and Will Need to Know in the Future — Speaker: Daniel Herman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32107: How to Use Laboratory and Other Electronic Health Record Data to Screen for Undiagnosed Disease — Speaker: Daniel Herman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32107: Lab Medicine Beyond the Lab: Applying Lab Data & Data Science to Further the Practice of Medicine — Speaker: Tyllis Chang

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32108: President's Invited Session: Beyond the Clinical Laboratory Director: Careers for Clinical Chemists — Speaker: Carmen Wiley

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32108: My Career Beyond the Clinical Laboratory Director — Speaker: Sky Countryman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32108: My Career Beyond the Clinical Laboratory Director — Speaker: Nathan Gochman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 32108: My Career Beyond the Clinical Laboratory Director — Speaker: Susan Evans

10:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 62101: Meet the Expert: Biomarker Discovery: From Technology Development to Clinical Applications — Speaker: David Walt

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32431: Highlighting the Emerging Role of Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) in Ovarian Reserve, Assisted Reproduction, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), and Other Diseases — Speaker: Candice Ulmer

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32431: The Role of AMH in Ovarian Reserve, Assisted Reproduction, and Ovulatory Dysfunction in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome — Speaker: Joely Straseski

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32431: The Emerging Clinical Biomarker Potential of AMH and Its Connection to Various Diseases — Speaker: William Winter

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32431: Current Challenges in AMH Quantitation and the Importance of Standardization in Improving the Clinical use of AMH as a Biomarker — Speaker: Candice Ulmer

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32433: Sepsis: Novel Biomarkers, New Technology, and Predictive Analytics — Speaker: T. Scott Isbell

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32433: Novel Chlorinated Lipids in Sepsis — Speaker: David Ford

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32433: Rapid Sepsis Diagnosis with Deformability Cytometry — Speaker: Dino DiCarlo

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32433: The Use of Predictive Analytics in Sepsis Management — Speaker: T. Scott Isbell

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32434: Shared Mission: Aligning ED Goals with Clinical Laboratory Capabilities — Speaker: Peter Steel

12:30 PM To 2:00 PM - 32434: On Demand POCT: Ambulance and Helicopter Testing in the Field — Speaker: James Nichols

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32216: Metrological Traceability & MS-Based Apolipoprotein Quantification: Challenges and Opportunities — Speaker: Christa Cobbaert

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32216: Advantages and Challenges of Immunoglobulin G Subclass Measurement by Mass Spectrometry over Immunonephelometry — Speaker: Andre Mattman

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32216: Solving a Clinical Challenge: The Absolute Quantification of B-Type Natriuretic Peptide Proteolysis, a Key Heart Failure Diagnostic and Therapeutic, in Human Plasma by CE-MS — Speaker: Jennifer Van Eyk

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32217: Providing Rapid PTH Measurements During Parathyroid Surgery: Challenges, Clinical Utilization, and Future Needs — Speaker: John Toffaletti

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32217: Current Challenges and Future Needs of Providing Intraoperative PTH Measurements — Speaker: John Toffaletti

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32217: Experience with Implementing a Rapid Intraoperative PTH Method at Geisinger Medical Center — Speaker: Hoi-Ying Yu

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32218: Racing Against Time: Point of Care Testing (POCT) in Mobile Health Settings — Speaker: Anna Fuezery

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32218: Point of Care Testing (POCT) in Mobile Health: Where Are We Now and Where Do We Need to Go? — Speaker: Anna Fuezery

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32218: Point of Care Testing (POCT) Projects in Mobile Settings - Learnings from Initiatives Supporting Australian Paramedic and Hospital in the Home Services — Speaker: Andrew Sargeant

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32218: Emerging Point of Care Technologies (POCT) for Mobile Diagnostics and Connected Health — Speaker: Ping Wang

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32219: Current Clinical, Diagnostic and Staging Criteria for Alzheimer’s Disease — Speaker: Douglas Galasko

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32219: Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology Using CSF and Blood Based Biomarkers: Prospects and Challenges for Use in Clinical Practice — Speaker: Leslie Shaw

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32220: Opioids and Beyond: The Clinical Chemist Perspective — Speaker: Sarah Wheeler

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32222: Cardiovascular Precision Medicine: The Laboratory's Role in Advancing Personalized Patient Care — Speaker: Jing Cao

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32222: Survey on Laboratory Testing in Preventive Cardiovascular — Speaker: Alan Remaley

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32222: Survey on Laboratory Testing in Preventive Cardiovascular — Speaker: Jing Cao

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32222: Personalized Approaches in the New Cholesterol Guidelines-Moving Beyond the Standard Lipid Profile — Speaker: Sridevi Devaraj

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32222: Utility of Non-Traditional CVD Risk Factor Assays in Clinical Laboratories, Focus on Apo B and Lp(a) — Speaker: Jing Cao

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32222: Managing Cardiovascular Risk in the Era on Non-statin Lipid Lowering Therapies — Speaker: Alan Remaley

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32223: Chair's Invited Session: Race, Genomics and Medicine — Speaker: Timothy Amukele

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32223: Foundations and Consequences of Race-Based Medicine: Primum Non Nocere — Speaker: Jay Kaufman

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32223: The Human Genome Project Was Just the Beginning: Research at ‘The Forefront of Genomics’ — Speaker: Eric Green

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32224: Marijuana, Multiplexed Imaging, and Activity Metabolomics - Late Breaking Applications of Mass Spectrometry — Speaker: Robert Fitzgerald

2:15 PM To 4:15 PM - 32224: Markers of Recent Marijuana Use Relative to Driving Performance — Speaker: Robert Fitzgerald

4:30 PM To 6:00 PM - 12002: 2019 AACC Disruptive Technology Award Competition — Speaker: Stephen Master

4:30 PM To 6:00 PM - 12002: 2019 AACC Disruptive Technology Award Competition Speaker 1 — Speaker: Tim Sweeney

4:30 PM To 6:00 PM - 12002: 2019 AACC Disruptive Technology Award Competition Speaker 2 — Speaker: Hanan Ben-Asher

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2019

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33101: Relationships of Fructosamine, Glycated Albumin, and 1,5-Anhydroglucitol to Hyperglycemia: Pros and Cons for Use as Adjunct Markers in Management of Diabetes — Speaker: Douglas Stickle

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33101: Relationships of Fructosamine, Glycated Albumin, and 1,5-Anhydroglucitol to Hyperglycemia: Comparisons to A1c — Speaker: Douglas Stickle

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33101: Clinical Perspectives on Use of Fructosamine, Glycated Albumin and 1,5-Anhydroglucitol in Management of Diabetes — Speaker: Kathleen Dungan

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33102: Medicina de Laboratorio Basada en la Evidencia: Que es y cómo aplicarla a la práctica clínica (Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine: What Is It and How to Use It in the Clinical Practice) — Speaker: Eugenio Zabaleta

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33102: “Historias Clínicas Electrónicas: Como Implementar Medicina de Laboratorio Basada en la Evidencia Exitosamente (Electronic Health Record: How To Implement EBM Successfully) — Speaker: Eugenio Zabaleta

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33102: Medicina de Laboratorio Basada en la Evidencia” (Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine) — Speaker: Felix Fares Taie

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33103: Chasing Lactate in Sepsis: What Does It Mean, How Do We Use It, and Should We Reduce the Bloodletting? — Speaker: John Toffaletti

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33103: Lactate Basics: Minimizing Pre-Analytical Errors and the Mechanisms of Lactate Production in Sepsis. — Speaker: John Toffaletti

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33103: Testing Wisely: Clinical Use of Lactate and Adjuvant Tests to Guide Patient Management in Sepsis and How Recent Guidelines May Affect Test Utilization — Speaker: Craig Rackley

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33104: Digital Medicine and the Connected Health Consumer: What You Need to Know — Speaker: T. Scott Isbell

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33104: The Quantified Self: How Patients are Using Technology to Create a Personalized Digital Health Dashboard — Speaker: David Grenache

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33105: The Value Proposition: Actionable Strategies for Enhancing the Value of Laboratory Medicine — Speaker: Robert Christenson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33105: The Value of Laboratory Medicine in Improving the Patient Care Experience: A Clinician Stakeholder's Perspective — Speaker: Michael Kanter

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33105: What is a Value Proposition? The Value of Implementing High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin in the Emergency Department — Speaker: Robert Christenson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33106: Integrating Laboratory Results to Increase Quality Care for Affected Newborns Identified through Newborn Screening: What is the Optimal Workflow? — Speaker: Veronica Luzzi

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33106: The Newborn Screening System from Specimen Collection to Delivery of Results — Speaker: Mary Carayannopoulos

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33107: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Alternative Specimens: Advantages, Pitfalls and Analytical Challenges — Speaker: William Clarke

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33107: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Alternative Specimens: An Overview — Speaker: Amitava Dasgupta

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33107: Analytical Approaches and Challenges for TDM Using Alternative Specimens — Speaker: William Clarke

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33108: Impact of Hormones on Drug Testing: From the Bench to the Bedside — Speaker: Claire Knezevic

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33108: Interactions Between Common Hormonal Contraceptives and Prescription Drugs — Speaker: Claire Knezevic

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33109: Microfluidics-Enabled Digital Biology: Counting Nucleic Acid and Protein Molecules — Speaker: Michael Ramsey

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33109: Clinical Mass Spectrometry; Getting Closer to the Patient — Speaker: Livia Schiavinato Eberlin

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33110: Challenges in the Diagnosis and Management of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Multifaceted Perspectives — Speaker: Joesph Wiencek

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33110: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: The Clinical Perspective — Speaker: Christopher McCartney

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 33110: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Learning the Diagnostic Playbook — Speaker: Joely Straseski

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33216: Establishment of Prospective Hematology and Chemistry Reference Intervals for Transgender Men and Women — Speaker: Dina Greene

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33216: The Vaginal Flora of Transgender Men and Women — Speaker: Gabrielle Winston-McPherson

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33216: A Trans Inclusive Approach to EMR/LIS Reporting — Speaker: Martha Lyon

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33217: Making the Quantum Leap in Clinical Chemistry Teaching — Speaker: Joesph Wiencek

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33217: Turning the Tide in Clinical Chemistry Education — Speaker: Joesph Wiencek

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33217: Teaching Clinical Chemistry Through Diagnostic Management Team Leadership Principles — Speaker: Michael Laposata

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33218: Worldwide Challenges in Point of Care Testing (POCT) - A Focus on Molecular POCT — Speaker: James Nichols

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33218: Solving the Challenges of POCT: People, Sites and Devices — Speaker: James Nichols

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33218: Molecular Diagnostics at the POC: Overview and Perspectives from the United States with a Focus on Performance and Implementation in an End-User Express Care Clinic Setting — Speaker: Leslie Donato

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33218: European Perspective for POCT - Challenges for Implementation in ED and ICU and New Guidelines and Best Practices from Europe — Speaker: Peter Luppa

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33219: Interactive Pain Management Case Studies: Clinician and Laboratory Perspectives — Speaker: Paul Jannetto

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33219: Interactive Pain Management Case Studies: Understanding Metabolic Profiles, Drug Impurities, and Adulterated Urine Samples — Speaker: Paul Jannetto

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33219: Clinical Utilty and Limations of Qualitative and Quantitatve Laboratory Testing for Pain Management — Speaker: He Sarina Yang

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33219: Interactive Pain Management Case Studies: Correctly Interpreting Urine Drug Test Results — Speaker: Nancy Bratanow

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33220: Learning from Predictions: What We Need to Know about Machine Learning — Speaker: Min Yu

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33220: Laboratory Intelligence: Embracing Machine Learning — Speaker: Min Yu

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33220: Machine Learning Approaches towards Effective Laboratory Test Utilization –Clinician Perspective — Speaker: Jonathan Chen

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33220: Validation and Performance Monitoring of Machine Learning Systems — Speaker: James Harrison

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33221: Como Mantener la Alta Calidad de sus Resultados de Laboratorio (How to Maintain the High Quality of Your Laboratory Test Results) — Speaker: Van Leung-Pineda

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33221: Evaluation of Reagent Lot Variation Following Recommendations from CLSI EP26-A/Evaluacion de la Variacion Entre Lotes de Reactivo Siguiendo las Recomendaciones CLSI EP26-A — Speaker: Veronica Luzzi

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33221: Designing Good Strategies for Effective Use of Internal Quality Control/Diseñando Buenas Estrategias Para el Uso Eficiente del Control interno de Calidad — Speaker: Van Leung-Pineda

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33221: How to Method Issues with Proficiency Testing Material/Como Solucionar Problemas de Metodo con Ensayos de Control de Calidad Externo(aptitud) — Speaker: Juan David Garcia

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33222: Micronutrient Testing for Nutritional Assessment — Speaker: Sarah Hackenmueller

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33222: Micronutrients: Physiology and Pathophysiology — Speaker: Sarah Hackenmueller

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33222: Trace Elements: Testing for Nutrition and Toxicity — Speaker: Vilte Barakauskas

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33223: Quality Indicators that Determine the Performance of NGS Assays in Precision Oncology — Speaker: Helen Fernandes

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33223: Precision Medicine: High Complexity Testing for the Management of the Cancer Patient — Speaker: Gregory Tsongalis

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33223: Development and Implementation of Quality Control Programs for NGS Based Assays — Speaker: Andrea Ferreira-Gonzalez

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33223: Using Quality Indicators to Understand Trends and Deviations in Genomic Assays — Speaker: Helen Fernandes

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33224: Institutional Laboratory Stewardship Programs: Best Practices, Interventions, Informatics — Speaker: Jing Cao

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33224: When the Going Gets Tough, Get Guidelines: National Guidelines to Elevate Laboratory Stewardship Programs — Speaker: Jane Dickerson

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33224: Test Utilization Strategies: Clinical Impact — Speaker: Sridevi Devaraj

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33224: Informatics Resources to Implement Effective Lab Test Stewardship Programs — Speaker: Lee Schroeder

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33224: Laboratory Stewardship Practices in Integrated Healthcare Systems — Speaker: Jing Cao

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33225: Immunogenicity of Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies: Analytical and Clinical Perspectives — Speaker: Maria Alice Willrich

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33225: Methodologies used in the Clinical Laboratory for Assessment of Anti-Drug-Antibodies and Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies — Speaker: Maria Alice Willrich

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33225: Controversies in Interpretation of Anti-Drug-Antibodies Testing and Drug Quantitation Assays for Biologics — Speaker: Melissa Snyder

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33226: Autoantibody Testing in Autoimmune Neurological Diseases — Speaker: John Mills

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33226: Laboratory Methods for Detection of Neural Autoantibodies — Speaker: John Mills

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33226: Autoimmune Neurology: Paraneoplastic Disorders and Beyond — Speaker: Andrew McKeon

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33226: Should I Approve This? Tackling an Increased Demand for Autoimmune Neurology Antibody Panels — Speaker: Allison Chambliss

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33227: Automated Reporting of Key Laboratory Performance Indicators Using R — Speaker: Janet Simons

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33227: Set it and Forget it: Enabling Dashboards Using Database Connections in R — Speaker: Patrick Mathias

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33227: Comparing Different Statistical Approaches for Reference Intervals Using R Shiny — Speaker: Dustin Bunch

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33228: Biochemical Markers of Bone Turnover in Osteoporosis — Speaker: Angela Cheung

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33228: Cushing’s Syndrome: Interpreting Assay Results in Challenging Patients — Speaker: Ty Carroll

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33228: Clinical Evaluation of Vitamin D and Metabolite Assay Results — Speaker: Neil Binkley

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33229: Blood Gas Testing: Basics and Beyond — Speaker: Brenda Suh-Lailam

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33229: Foundations of Blood Gases — Speaker: Gary Horowitz

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 33229: Overcoming Challenges of Blood Gas Testing in Different Locations — Speaker: Brenda Suh-Lailam

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2019

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34102: Strategies and Tactics for Practical Test Utilization Management — Speaker: Ron Schifman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34102: Laboratory Stewardship: A Very Practical Approach — Speaker: Ron Schifman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34102: Simple Techniques for Effective Test Ordering Practices — Speaker: Ron Schifman

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34103: Intellectual Property and Landmark Patent Lawsuits: The Role of US Patents for Clinical Laboratory Diagnostic Tests — Speaker: Alan Wu

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34103: What Do You Have to Do to Patent a Diagnostic Test These Days? — Speaker: Jonathan Loeb

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34103: Why Have Courts Balked? Understanding Court Decisions on Molecular Diagnostics — Speaker: Robert Cook-Deegan

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34104: Surviving the Regulatory and Accreditation Landscape: The Must Know Secrets for Success! — Speaker: Brad Karon

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34104: What’s New in Laboratory Accreditation and Regulation: Just When You Thought You Knew Where the Landmines Were — Speaker: Brad Karon

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34105: Getting by with a Little Help from My Friends: “Speed Dating” with Peers to Troubleshoot Common Issues in the Clinical Laboratory — Speaker: Steven Cotten

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34105: One is the Loneliest Number: Analyte Method Harmonization or Lack Thereof in a Health System — Speaker: Steven Cotten

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34105: Should I Stay or Should I Go? Discontinuing Fractionated 25-OH Vitamin D — Speaker: Jane Dickerson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34106: Towards Improved Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Risk Screening and Prevention by Improving Measurement of Blood Lipids — Speaker: Uliana Danilenko

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34106: Current State of Cardiovascular Disease Biomarkers Standardization — Speaker: Uliana Danilenko

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34106: Revision of the Analytical Performance Criteria for Blood Lipids Measurement: an Update from the Working Group — Speaker: Hubert Vesper

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34106: Lipid Measurements and Clinical Care: The National Lipid Association Perspective — Speaker: Peter Wilson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34107: Beautiful Skin but Erroneous Lab Results: The AACC Academy's Guidance Document on Biotin Interference — Speaker: Patrick Kyle

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34107: Beautiful Skin but Erroneous Lab Results: The AACC Academy's Guidance Document on Biotin Interference. — Speaker: Patrick Kyle

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34107: Beautiful Skin but Erroneous Lab Results: The AACC Academy's Guidance Document on Biotin Interference. — Speaker: Angela Ferguson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34108: Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine's 2019 Hot Topics: Sepsis Diagnosis and Management: Role of Novel Biomarkers and Procalcitonin Confounders — Speaker: Robert Christenson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34108: Inducible Nitrous Oxide Synthase in Sepsis: Bad Actor but Promising Diagnostic — Speaker: Richard Sweet

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34108: Human Neutophil Lipocalin: Use in Early Diagnosis and Monitoring of Acute Infections — Speaker: Robert Christenson

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34108: Procalcitonin Pros, Cons and Confounders — Speaker: Jessica Colon-Franco

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34109: Moving Beyond Immunoassays for the Poisoned Patient: Analytical Approaches and Interactive Case Studies — Speaker: Amitava Dasgupta

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34109: The Poisoned Patient: How to Communicate with Clinicians and Guide Further Testing — Speaker: Amitava Dasgupta

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 34109: Moving Beyond Urine Toxicology Immunoassays: Analytical Testing Strategies and Interactive Case Studies — Speaker: Kara Lynch

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34217: Better Diagnoses, Improved Patient Outcomes through Patient-Centered Laboratory Medicine — Speaker: Danielle Freedman

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34217: Overview: Linking Laboratory Medicine to Patient Outcomes — Speaker: Michael Hallworth

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34217: The New Diagnostic Team - Moving Forward — Speaker: Michael Laposata

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34217: From Hemoglobins to Toxicology: The Diagnostic Management Team and Interpretive Services in Action — Speaker: James Nichols

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34217: The Value of Point-of-Care Testing - Does it Improve Outcomes? — Speaker: Danielle Freedman

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34218: Tackling Infectious Disease Testing and Interpretation: Considering the Perspectives of the Core Clinical Laboratory and Point of Care Testing — Speaker: Nicole Tolan

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34218: Evaluating the Clinical Considerations and Method Limitations for HIV, HCV and Flu Testing — Speaker: Nicole Tolan

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34218: Evaluating the Clinical Considerations and Method Limitations for HBV, CDiff, and Syphilis Testing — Speaker: Gary Horowitz

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34219: Renal Tubules in Acid/Base Disorders and Blood Pressure Regulation: We Don’t Get Respect! — Speaker: William Winter

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34219: Renal Tubules and Blood Pressure Regulation — Speaker: Neil Harris

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34219: Renal Tubular Acid/Base Disorders — Speaker: William Winter

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34220: Patient Based Quality Control Techniques: Statistical Power from and for the Masses — Speaker: Mark Cervinski

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34220: Background and Recent Developments in Moving Average Quality Control — Speaker: Huub van Rossum

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34220: Development, Implementation and Validation of Moving Averages in a Hospital Based Laboratory — Speaker: Mark Cervinski

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34220: Patient Based Quality Control: Experience from a Large U.S.-Based Reference Laboratory — Speaker: James Fleming

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34221: The Devil is in the Details: Coagulation Testing for Different Patient Populations — Speaker: Anna Merrill

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34221: Coagulation Testing in Patients with Liver Disease — Speaker: Anna Merrill

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34221: Coagulation Testing in Patients Taking Direct Oral Anticoagulants — Speaker: Lindsay Bazydlo

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34221: Coagulation Testing in Patients with Thyroid and Other Autoimmune Disorders — Speaker: Olajumoke Oladipo

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34223: Overcoming the Challenges of ANA Testing — Speaker: Melissa Snyder

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34223: Clinical and Laboratory Strategies for Improved ANA Testing: Polishing the Gold Standard Immunofluorescence ANA — Speaker: Mark Wener

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34223: ANA Detection by Indirect Immunofluorescence and by Immunoassay — Speaker: Xavier Bossuyt

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34223: Can Automation Bring ANA Testing out of the Dark Room and into the Modern Laboratory? — Speaker: Melissa Snyder

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34224: Scoring the Utility of Emerging Multi-Analyte Tests across Diseases - from Liver Fibrosis to Preeclampsia and Sepsis — Speaker: Jessica Colon-Franco

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34224: Choosing Wisely with Laboratory Tests in Patients with Possible Acute Coronary Syndrome: The Evidence for a Clinical Chemistry Score — Speaker: Peter Kavsak

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34225: Healthcare Forum: Laboratory Stewardship in Healthcare Innovation — Speaker: Vince Stine

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34225: How Healthcare is Changing and What That Means for Patients — Speaker: Shantanu Agrawal

2:30 PM To 5:00 PM - 34225: PLUGS: A National Movement, Forum, and Resources for Laboratory Stewardship Programs — Speaker: Jane Dickerson

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Laboratory Feud — Speaker: Paul Jannetto

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Team Captain: Science & Practice — Speaker: Lakshmi Ramanathan

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Education Team Member — Speaker: Steven Cotten

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Team Member: Science & Practice — Speaker: Joesph Wiencek

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Team Member: Science & Practice — Speaker: Kerstin Halverson

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Team Member: Science & Practice — Speaker: Amy Pyle-Eilola

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Team Member: Education Committee — Speaker: Andrew Don-Wauchope

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - 0: Team Member: Education Committee — Speaker: Hubert Vesper

4:00 PM To 5:00 PM - A: Laboratory Feud: Science & Practice Core Committee vs. Education Core Committee — Speaker: Paul Jannetto

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 2019

8:45 AM To 10:15 AM - 15001: Plenary: Extreme Molecular Diagnostics — Speaker: Carl Wittwer

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35101: Return of Individual Specific Research Results to Participants: The National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Report — Speaker: James Nichols

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35101: Returning Individual Research Results to Participants: A Clinical and Research Laboratory Perspective — Speaker: James Nichols

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35101: Returning Individual Research Results to Participants: Guidance for a New Research Paradigm — Speaker: Jeffrey Botkin

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35102: Plasma Microvesicles: A Treasure Trove of Novel Biomarkers for Disease Diagnosis — Speaker: Alan Wu

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35102: Detection of Cardiac Troponin in Microvesicles for Detection of Reversible Myocardial Ischemia — Speaker: Alan Wu

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35103: Artery Hot Topics 2019 — Speaker: Allison Chambliss

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35103: You Do WHAT?!?: Individualized Quality Control — Speaker: Tiffany Roberts

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35103: Gestational Glucose Screening: The Sweet Smell of Best Practices — Speaker: Sean Campbell

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35103: Did a Literal Reading of a Package Insert During an Inspection Expose a Valid Point About Urine Drug Screens? — Speaker: Danyel Tacker

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35104: Removing Laboratory Barriers to Improve Kidney Disease Testing and Diagnosis — Speaker: Lakshmi Ramanathan

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35104: A Patient’s Perspective on CKD Diagnosis and Quality of Life — Speaker: David Rosenbloom

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35105: Opportunities and New Approaches to Guide Utilization of Urine-Based Testing for Diagnosis of Infectious Disease — Speaker: Melanie Yarbrough

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35105: Innovations and Considerations for Pre-Analytical Variables in Urine-Based Testing — Speaker: Audrey Schuetz

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35105: Implementation and Impact of Reflex Algorithms on Urine Culture Utilization — Speaker: Melanie Yarbrough

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35105: Laboratory-Directed Initiatives to Reduce Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections and Support Value-Based Care: A Physician’s Perspective — Speaker: David Warren

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35106: Hemostatic Disorders That Can Kill You — Speaker: William Winter

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35106: The Anti-Phospholipid Syndrome — Speaker: William Winter

10:30 AM To 12:00 PM - 35106: Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia — Speaker: Neil Harris

10:30 AM To 11:30 AM - 65101: Meet the Expert: Extreme Molecular Diagnostics — Speaker: Carl Wittwer