“Laboratory informatics spans a wide range of computerized applications for analytical laboratories. The transition from a manual to a more computerized laboratory can be complex and challenging. We all know the statistics on IT projects in general – they’re often over time and over budget, and may not even be successful. So now that you have decided to embark on a major system(s) implementation project, there are strategies you should consider to ensure you have a successful informatics implementation. One example is having the right project leadership that will position your lab for future growth and broader organizational needs. Also, how to reduce risk and achieve better results in your laboratory automation efforts.
In one hour, learn what factors to consider when making a decision on project leadership so that both strategic and tactical management strategies are factored into your lab informatics implementation. Your project leader is the key to avoiding pitfalls and not ending up with a brittle system that works at go-live but might not adapt to the changes and needs of the business over time.”