"The use of mobile technology in healthcare is producing incredible benefits for patients and their providers. Join Manie M. Wheeler, Director of Clinical Informatics and Clinical Transformation at Seton Healthcare Family, to learn how mobile communication platforms enable her organization's care team's to securly access and exchange of patient information when they need, where they need it."Find out more »
The first webinar in this series introduced the subject of laboratory informatics, comparing the use of ELN, LIMS, LES, SDMS and instrument data systems in different laboratory settings. The second looked at how you can evaluate the return on investment with those technologies, and the third addressed technology planning and education.
The next session will extend the discussion of centralized laboratory database systems (LIMS/LIS, ELN, SDMS) to look at multi-laboratory applications, as well the use of virtual systems, local/private cloud, remote cloud, and vendor supported remote database applications. This session will begin looking at the roles that information technology support groups can play in this work. Points that will be covered include:
• planning for multiple laboratory use of database systems
• the use of local and cloud-based computing models
• how IT groups can play a role in the work
ABOUT THE WEBINAR SERIES
A Guide for Management: Successfully Applying Laboratory Systems to Your Organization’s Work is a webinar series designed as a management level view of laboratory systems and is appropriate for anyone planning, reviewing, or approving the acquisition of laboratory informatics. A background in science is not necessary to follow the webinar material. Its purpose is to provide you with an understanding of how these technologies (Laboratory Information Management Systems, Electronic Laboratory Notebooks, Scientific Data Management Systems, Laboratory Execution Systems, Instrument Data Systems, and supporting technologies ) can be used to support or improve your labs operations, and the considerations that need to be taken into account before they are purchased.
This subject will probably span more than one webinar session. We will look at the:
• Methodologies for planning for laboratory systems, where do you start, when do you start, and who should be involved
• The roles of regulatory guidelines in different laboratories
• Roles that laboratory management, personnel and IT support groups play
• The changes taking place in laboratory work and the backgrounds needed to be successful
• The efforts needed to supporting the technical work and meeting ROI and performance goals
"An increased focus on Data Integrity by international regulatory agencies has led to serious consequences for several companies. It has also resulted in Data Integrity becoming one of the top reported global issues that regulated companies face. Data governance is an integral part of a regulated company’s quality system, to which, Data Integrity is fundamental. This webinar series will demonstrate how customers have used the functionality provided by their chromatography data system to achieve and demonstrate compliance and control of data.
Commercial laboratories operating in regulated industries continually face the challenge of maintaining efficiency and compliance. With goals of reducing errors, encouraging ‘right first time’, and preserving data integrity, it is important to source the right systems that facilitate these practices. This webinar will demonstrate how Broughton Laboratories has used Chromeleon to maintain efficient and compliant processes that support their delivery of unrivaled customer service."Find out more »
"The Laboratory Value Pyramid is a useful model for moving clinical laboratories from their current state to a best-of-class laboratory performer. This session provides a real-world perspective on how one laboratory team is using the Laboratory Value Pyramid as their blueprint and guide to support the lab’s transition from a volume-based operational model to an added-value-based model which is essential for success in the future.
* Discuss practical insights on how to engage the laboratory team to understand the need for change in response to changing healthcare requirements.
* Describe lessons learned in mapping the Laboratory Value Pyramid to the lab’s existing practices.
* Devise the optimal future state to help ensure success as a laboratory that adds value and contributes to improved patient outcomes."
Speaker: Denise Uettwiller-Geiger, PhD, DLM (ASCP), Clinical Chemist and Director of Clinical Trials, John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, Port Jefferson, NY
Note: Good for 1.0 P.A.C.E/Florida CEU