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API-Sunquest Webinar Series January 2017 to May 2017
The Association for Pathology Informatics (API) and Sunquest Information Systems are pleased to announce the new API-Sunquest webinar series for January 2017 to May 2017. We invite you to register for the first webinar in our joint series. The webinar titled, “The Shifting Value Equation Between Hospital Labs and Reference Labs”, will be held on Thursday, January 26, 1:00 p.m. ET, and will be presented by presented by Brian Jackson, VP and CMIO, at ARUP Laboratories.
Description: Which tests are performed in which settings: point of care, hospital lab, or reference lab? The answer in many cases is likely to change as healthcare moves to value-based payment models. This presentation will describe the value stream of testing and draw analogies to the computer hardware sector in order to suggest likely trends.
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Future webinars in the series are listed here.
University of Pathology Informatics (UPI) Launched!
The new self-paced online certificate program, University of Pathology Informatics (UPI) has officially launched, leveraging case-based learning to develop critical knowledge of informatics concepts. UPI is a joint effort between the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and the Association of Pathology Informatics (API) focusing on the four laboratory informatics competencies: Information Fundamentals, Information Systems, Workflow Process, and Governance & Management. Read More
12 API Sessions at Pathology and Lab Medicine 2016 in Las Vegas, September 14-16
The 2016 ASCP Annual Meeting proudly hosts the Association for Pathology Informatics! Join us September 14-16 to experience all the excitement and educational opportunities available, including 12 sessions developed by API
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API Technical Staff Membership
In July 2011 the Association for Pathology Informatics (API) added a new membership category for lab, IT, and research personnel. The Technical Staff membership was created to promote the participation of lab, IT, and research staff in API’s mission which is to promote the field of pathology informatics as an academic and a clinical subspecialty of pathology. Technical staff provide invaluable support to the pathologists, physicians, researchers, hospitals, universities, and organizations dedicated to expanding the field of pathology informatics. The cost of an annual Technical Staff membership is $50. The membership term is from July 1 to June 30. Read more
API Governing Council Members for 2016
Congratulations and Welcome to the new 2016 Governing Council Members!
New CAP Clinical Informatics Resource Guide Available
The new CAP Clinical Informatics Resource Guide is available here or by
in. If starting from the CAP homepage:
Go to “Resources and Publications”
Go to Pathology Resource Guides
Go to Members Only Benefits for complimentary access to the online
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API - Sunquest Information Systems Webinar Recordings
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Using Pathology Informatics to Optimize Lab Efficiency and Quality in an Era of Healthcare Reform
Computational Pathology: IT Support for Basic Research in Pathology
Utilizing Informatics to Improve Laboratory Test Selection
Crossing Omic Chasm - Why Is It So Hard?
Deploying Analytic Software in Your Lab for Management Support
Significance and Practical Applications of ATA Clinical Guidelines for Telepathology
10 Years of Direct Access Genetics: What Have We Learned?
Digital Pathology Meets Surgical Pathology
How Digital Pathology Will Change the Workflow of Surgical Pathology
2015 Conference Presentations are Now Available
All of the available PDFs and recordings of the talks from the Pathology Informatics Summit 2015 and 2nd World Congress on Pathology Informatics are now live on the conference web site at http://pathologyinformatics.com/2015fullschedule. To view or download the presentations click on the 2015 Schedule menu item, then click on either PDF or VIDEO for the appropriate talk or go to the main archive page and select 2015.
New Membership Levels for Teaching Institutions
API is excited to offer new tiers of membership for our Teaching Institutions! Teaching Institutional Membership levels are as follows:
a. Basic Membership for $1,500 - includes 1 chair member, 2 mentor-educator members, and 4 resident/fellow members original membership level)
b. Expanded Membership for $1,750 – includes 1 chair member, 5 mentor-educator members, and 8 resident/fellow members
c. Premium Membership for $2,000 – includes 1 chair member, 8 mentor-educator members, and 12 resident/fellow members
Learn more or download an application here: http://pathologyinformatics.org/content/teaching-institution-membership
LIS Functionality Assessment Toolkit
As announced by Drs. Bruce Friedman, Mark Tuthill, and Ul Balis at their Plenary Session on 09/20/2013 at ASCP 2013: API is proud to release the LIS Functionality Toolkit and related perspectives.
Clinical Informatics Certification
The American Board of Pathology is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for subspecialty certification in Clinical Informatics. The link to the application is posted on our website home page at www.abpath.org. Because this is a new ABMS/Am Board of Pathology subspecialty, there is a five year period of qualification by practice/experience. It is anticipated that in 2018 and thereafter, pathologists will only qualify for certification if they complete an ACGME accredited fellowship program in clinical informatics.
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