Watch the Webinar: Future Lab Success – Where Do POCT & Analytics Fit?
Orchard Software along with CAP TODAY, hosted a webinar entitled “Future Lab Success: Where Do POCT & Analytics Fit?” The event was moderated by Bob McGonnagle, Publisher, CAP TODAY. Presenters, Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM, and Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP), spoke on Analytics and Point-of-Care Testing and how these are important to the future success of the laboratory.
What will this webinar empower you to do?
- Examine how changes in reimbursement models are influencing and increasing the need for analytics and POCT
- Discover the key resources needed for a medical analytics program and illustrate examples of successful analytics initiatives
- Understand POCT environments and the fundamentals of POC management
- Recognize potential value of analytics projects and POCT to your health care institution
- Ask your questions of our distinguished presenters
Featured Webinar Speakers, Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP) & Dr. Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM:
Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP) is the Products Marketing Manager at Orchard, and in her role she is an advocate for laboratory, lab informatics, and all of Orchard’s products. Kim works with product development, marketing, and sales teams to research and publish relevant material to arm our employees, clients, and the industry with information through knowledge, communication, and education.
Kim has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and is a certified Medical Technologist (ASCP) with over 20 years of laboratory management experience. Prior to joining Orchard in 2012, Kim’s role was as Operations Manager of a multi-specialty physician’s office in North Carolina.
Dr. Novicki is a board-certified medical technologist with a B.S. in biology and a Ph.D. in molecular microbiology from Loyola University of Chicago. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in medical and public health microbiology and is certified in medical and public health microbiology by the American Board of Medical Microbiology. Dr. Novicki practiced doctoral medical microbiology at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center and the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, WA before coming to the Marshfield Clinic in 2003, where he currently serves as their PhD clinical microbiologist.