Lab Set-up and Management
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 19, 2016
Obtain everything you need to know about in-house lab testing. Determine testing needs and volume using to proper CPT code, and able to calculate projected cost of testing, revenue generated, and profit. Choose appropriate personnel, lab softward and correct size analyzers. Basic CLIA rules for type of lab, personnel requirements, and what to expect at the inspection are also discussed.
•Assess your clinical laboratory needs and determine which type of lab you would need to operate successfully and meet the meaningful use requirements.
•Calculate a projected financial feasibility statement to estimate actual cost vs revenue analysis. Let's be profitable.
•Evaluate staffing, analyzer and software requirements to create a productive and profitable lab.
•List items needed to set up a lab and implement a quality assurance program for CLIA compliance, including who's responsible for the lab operation.
• Access materials and contacts for resources to build a Productive, Proficient, Profitable and compliant lab.
Faculty Bio: Tim Dumas, Medical Lab Technician, clinical Lab Scientist
Tim brings over 30 years experience as a medical lab tech. 20 of those years has been working with and operating physician owned labs. He works closely with CLIA compliance inspectors to stay current on all FDA lab compliance issues. Tim is CEO of TLD Consulting, a medical lab consulting company specializing in small to moderate lab set up and operations. Tim has installed and/or managed over 85 labs. His compliance programs have successfully completed over 200 CLIA/COLA inspections. Tim's company currently provides analyzer analysis, financial feasibility and quality assurance programs to labs nation wide. Also known as Tim the Lab Guy, Tim has authored many article for medical and lab journals. He has been a returning, requested featured speaker at numerous lab conferences. He has proven that in house labs can produce fast accurate lab results and be profitable at the same time. Tim's moto is ..." faster results equals faster treatment leading to faster recovery" that create satisfied patients who become your biggest fan. This is real meaningful use.
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Urgent Care Management Certificate
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