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Laboratory Diagnosis and Therapeutic Monitoring in Hemophilia:
Problems, Pitfalls, and Testing Pearls

Dr. Dorothy Adcock

Dr. Dorothy Adcock

Rajiv Pruthi

Rajiv Pruthi

Dr. Stefan Tiefenbacher

Dr. Stefan Tiefenbacher


      • Originally broadcast:Thursday, January 19, 2017
      • Presenters: Dorothy M. Adcock, MD, Medical Director, Colorado Coagulation, Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, Englewood, CO
      • Rajiv K. Pruthi, MBBS, Associate Professor, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Co-Director, Special Coagulation Laboratory, Director Comprehensive Hemophilia Center, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
      • Stefan Tiefenbacher, PhD, Vice President, Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, Technical Director of Coagulation, Colorado Coagulation, A LabCorp Speciality Testing Group, Englewood, CO

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Assess current issues and challenges related to accurate laboratory diagnosis of hemophilia
      • Examine problems and pitfalls of clotting factor assays used to monitor factor replacement therapy
      • Identify assay discrepancies and ensure consistency in the use of reference standards

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Jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine the Cardiovascular & Metabolic Health Foundation, and Educational Concepts in Medicine.

Respiratory Pathogen Detection:
An outcome-based study on a first in, first out (FIFO) testing algorithm

Raquel M. Martinez, PhD, D(ABMM)

Raquel M. Martinez, PhD, D(ABMM)


      • Originally broadcast: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
      • Presenter: Raquel M. Martinez, PhD, D(ABMM), Director, Clinical and Molecular Microbiology Department of Laboratory Medicine, Geisinger Health System

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Discuss different testing algorithms
      • Identify mechanisms to improve turnaround time via test utilization
      • Discuss the impact of a first in, first out testing algorithm on patient outcomes in an ICU setting

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from BioFire.

CAP/AMP/IASLC Guidelines for NSCLC: Current Experience and Future Update

Phil Cagle, MD (left) and Min P. Kim, MD

Phil Cagle, MD (left) and Min P. Kim, MD

David Penberthy, MD, MBA (left) and Gene Finley, MD

David Penberthy, MD, MBA (left) and Gene Finley, MD


        • Originally broadcast: Wednesday, November 30, 2016

 

      • Presenters: Phil Cagle, MD, Professor of Pathology and Genomic Medicine, Institute for Academic Medicine, Full Clinical Member, Research Institute, The Houston Methodist Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College
        Min P. Kim, MD, Thoracic Surgeon, The Houston Methodist Hospital, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Weill Cornell Medical College, Assistant Member, The Houston Methodist Research Institute
        David Penberthy, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Radiation Oncology, Southside Regional Medical Center, Petersburg, Virginia
        Gene Finley, MD, Hematologist, ACMH Hospital and Allegheny General Hospital
        Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Examine the current CAP/AMP/IASLC Guidelines and planned update
      • Discover the impact of the guidelines
      • Understand the broad outline of the update
      • Recognize the evolution of science and medicine/li>

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Funding and support provided by Pfizer Oncology.

HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer: Challenging Cases to Help Update Your Practice
• A pathologist’s expertise and advice: David Hicks, MD
• An oncologist’s insight and recommendation: Stuart Bloom, MD, MSc

David Hicks, MD and
Stuart Bloom, MD, MSc


      • Originally broadcast: Wednesday, October 26, 2016
      • Presenters: David Hicks, MD, Professor and Director of Surgical Pathology, University of Rochester Medical Center and Stuart Bloom, MD, MSc, Minnesota Oncology Hematology, Co-chair, VPCI Breast Cancer Advisory Committee, Co-chair, Minnesota Oncology Breast Cancer Program

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the challenges in HER2 testing today
      • Gain insight into the optimal interchange between pathologists and oncologists
      • Understand the importance of HER2 testing in breast cancer now and into the future

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Future Lab Success: Where Do POCT & Analytics Fit?
• Focus: POC Testing | Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP)
• Focus: Analytics | Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM

Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP) and Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM

Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP) and Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM


      • Originally broadcast: Wednesday, October 12, 2016
      • Presenters: Thomas Novicki, PhD, DABMM, Clinical microbiologist, Marshfield Clinic and Kim Futrell, MT (ASCP), Products marketing manager at Orchard

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

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Orchard Software.

Assessing the clinical genome: thoughts and lessons for improving diagnostic tests
• First things first: Is NGS a test or a method? | John Pfeifer, MD, PhD
• The Rumsfeldian challenges of assessing genome sequencing tests | Deanna Church, PhD

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John Pfeifer, MD, PhD and Deanna Church, PhD


      • Originally broadcast: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
      • Presenters: John Pfeifer, MD, PhD, Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs, Pathology and Immunology, Professor, Pathology and Immunology, Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Washington University School of Medicine and Deanna Church, PhD, Senior Director of Applications, 10x Genomics

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the scope of clinical challenges in NGS
      • Gain insight into the assessment of NGS testing
      • Understand the importance of clinical NGS testing now—and into the future

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Horizon’s Diagnostics Division.

Navigating the complexities of PD-L1 testing:
• Promises and Pitfalls in Lung Cancer: Keith M. Kerr, BSc(Hons), MB ChB, FRCPath, FRCPE
• Technical Brief on PD-L1 IHC: Annika Eklund, PhD

Keith M. Kerr, BSc(Hons), MB ChB, FRCPath, FRCPE Annika Eklund, PhD


      • Originally broadcast: Tuesday, May 17, 2016
      • Presenters: Keith M. Kerr, BSc(Hons), MB ChB, FRCPath, FRCPE, Consultant Pathologist, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, UK, Professor of Pulmonary Pathology, Aberdeen University Medical School, International Fellow of College of American Pathologists, Hon. Fellow of Faculty of Pathology, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Annika Eklund, PhD, Global Product Manager, Companion Diagnostics at Agilent Technologies, PhD Pharmacology, Linköping University, Sweden, 2001, MSc Molecular Biology, Umeå University, Sweden, 1995

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the basics of immunotherapy
      • Understand the current dynamics of PD-L1 IHC testing
      • Gain valuable insight into your future role in cancer care

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within.
The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Dako, An Agilent Technologies Company.

Standards for IHC Controls: Expert Recommendations
• Controlling the Controls: Clive R. Taylor, MD, FRCPAth

Clive R. Taylor, MD, DPhil, FRCPath


      • Originally broadcast: December 10, 2015
      • Presenter: Clive R. Taylor, MD, DPhil, FRCPath, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the benefits of the Ad Hoc committee’s recommendation
        for “best laboratory practice” regarding positive controls for dIHC
      • Understand the importance of positive IHC controls
      • Gain valuable insight into optimal IHC protocols

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Dako, An Agilent Technologies Company.

How Syndromic Testing Can Improve Patient Care
• The Impact of the FilmArray® Gastrointestinal Panel
• Clinical evaluation of the FilmArray® Meningitis/Encephalitis Panel

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Julie A. Ribes, MD, PhD (left) and Jennifer Dien Bard, PhD, D(ABMM), FCCM (right)


      • Originally broadcast: November 18, 2015
      • Presenters: Julie A. Ribes, MD, PhD, Director, Clinical Microbiology, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Kentucky and Jennifer Dien Bard, PhD, D(ABMM), FCCM, Director, Clinical Microbiology Laboratory, Acting Director, Clinical Virology Laboratory, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Assistant Professor, Clinical Pathology, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the benefits of FilmArray technology
      • Understand the importance of syndromic testing
      • Gain unrivalled insight into clinical performance of critical FilmArray panels that may improve patient outcomes

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within. The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from BioFire.
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Immunohistochemistry Through the Lens of Companion Diagnostics
• Standardization for IHC Companion Diagnostics: Protein Measurement Versus Assay Performance
• Companion Diagnostics: A Challenge for Immunohistochemistry

David Rimm, MD, PhD (left) and Clive R. Taylor, MD, DPhil, FRCPath (right)


      • Originally broadcast: November 10, 2015
      • Presenters: David Rimm, MD, PhD, Professor in the Dept. of Pathology and Medicine, (Oncology) at the Yale University School of Medicine, Director of Yale Pathology Tissue Services, and Acting Director of Molecular Diagnostics and Clive R. Taylor, MD, DPhil, FRCPath, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend challenges in IHC standardization and evaluation
      • Gain insight into companion diagnostics
      • Understand the importance of IHC’s continuing vitality

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Horizon’s Diagnostics Division.

Molecular Respiratory Testing:
Cost-Effectiveness, Reimbursement, and the Emergence of Flexible Panels

Nathan Ledeboer, PhD (left), D(ABMM) and Charles Root, PhD (right)


      • Originally broadcast: August 12, 2015
      • Presenters: Nathan Ledeboer, PhD, D(ABMM), Associate Professor Pathology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Medical Director, Microbiology and Molecular Pathology Dynacare Laboratories and Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee and Charles Root, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, CodeMap LLC, Schaumburg, Illinois.

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend reimbursement best-practices for user-defined respiratory panels
      • Gain insight into developments in flexibly-priced respiratory panels
      • Understand the importance of test stewardship as part of cost-effective healthcare

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Nanosphere.

 

Molecular QC:
Enabling NGS and precision medicine in the clinical laboratory

Chris Corless, MD, PhD (left) and Josh Deignan, PhD (right)


      • Originally broadcast: April 28, 2015
      • Presenters: Chris Corless, MD, PhD, Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer, Knight Diagnostic Laboratories, OHSU, Professor of Pathology, Oregon Health Sciences and Josh Deignan, PhD, FACMG, Associate Director, Molecular Diagnostics Laboratories, Assistant Professor, Pathology and Lab Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the practice essentials of molecular QC in NGS and precision medicine
      • Gain insight into state-of-the-art developments in molecular QC practices
      • Understand the importance of NGS and precision medicine in the clinical laboratory

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This webinar is presented in cooperation with Horizon Diagnostics division.

 

Nanostring’s Prosigna Breast Cancer assay:
Bring genomic testing into your lab

Philip S. Bernard, MD (left) and David J. Dabbs, MD (right)

Philip S. Bernard, MD (left) and David J. Dabbs, MD (right)


      • Originally broadcast: January 27, 2015
      • Presenters: Philip S. Bernard, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology, University of Utah School of Medicine, Medical Director of Molecular Oncology, ARUP and David J. Dabbs, MD, Professor of Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

What will this webinar empower you to do?

      • Comprehend the practice benefits of early-stage breast cancer testing in your own lab.
      • Gain insight into state-of-the-art developments in genomic testing.
      • Understand the importance of correlating genomic results with the full patient record.

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This webinar is presented in cooperation with Nanostring Technologies.

Enhance your practice:
Use digital pathology-enabled consultation to benefit your patients

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Keith Kaplan, MD


      • Originally broadcast: December 11, 2014
      • Presenter: Keith Kaplan, MD
      • Hear a national thought leader in patient consultation and digital pathology.
      • Comprehend the practice benefits of using digital pathology for consultation.
      • Gain insight into state-of-the-art digital pathology technology and its value.
      • Understand the importance of consultation, second opinions, and consistent image analysis for you and patients
      • Hear real stories of patient-pathologist interactions and the enhancement of patient care.
      • Learn about building a smart market profile for your practice enhanced by consultation and enabled by digital pathology

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This webinar is presented in cooperation with Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.

The BioFire FilmArray: Making a difference

Beverly B. Rogers, MD (left) and Nicole Fisher MT (ASCP), MHA (right)

Beverly B. Rogers, MD (left) and Nicole Fisher MT (ASCP), MHA (right)


      • Originally broadcast: November 4, 2014
      • Presenters: Beverly B. Rogers, MD, Chief of Pathology, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Adjunct Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine and Nicole Fisher MT (ASCP), MHA, Clinical Lab Facilitator, Valley View Hospital Laboratory
      • Comprehend the benefits of FilmArray technology.
      • Understand the state of the art.
      • Gain unrivalled insight into the future.

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within. The webinar is made possible by a special education grant from BioFire.

Digital Pathology Solutions:
Benefits, considerations and future promise

David Smith, MD (top), Lynn Onesty (bottom left), and Rod Slyter (bottom right)

David Smith, MD (top), Lynn Onesty (bottom left), and Rod Slyter,HTL(ASCP), PA(AAPA) (bottom right)


      • Originally broadcast: October 10, 2014
      • Presenters: David Smith, MD
        Medical Director, Pathologist Riverside Health System, Newport News, Virginia; Lynn Onesty,
        Lab Director, Riverside Health System, Newport News, Virginia; and Rod Slyter, HTL(ASCP), PA(AAPA), Lab Manager, Riverside Health System, Newport News, Virginia
      • Comprehend the benefits of digital pathology in AP workflow.
      • Understand the state of the art.
      • Gain unrivalled insight into the future.

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within. The webinar is made possible by a special education grant from Roche Diagnostics.

The lab of tomorrow: A case study in scaling molecular diagnostics

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Eric Evans, PhD (left) and John Spinosa MD, PhD (right)


      • Originally broadcast: August 12, 2014
      • Presenters: Eric Evans, PhD, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer at Counsyl, and John Spinosa MD, PhD, Staff Pathologist, Scripps Memorial Hospitals, La Jolla and Encinitas
      • See how advanced laboratory automation improves operational efficiency and decreases cost.
      • Gain insight into how advanced software engineering promotes
        high performance multiplexing.
      • Understand how innovations in health technology have revolutionized
        universal screening with the Family Prep Screen and Inherited Cancer Screen.
      • Learn how Counsyl Complete results delivery and genetic counseling advances the standard of patient care.

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Comparison of automated platforms for STI testing:
Continuous random access vs. batch testing

Max Chernesky, PhD, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University/St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (left) and Robyn Thon, MS in Microbiology and MT(ASCP), Clinical Core Laboratory Supervisor Columbia St. Mary’s, Milwaukee (right).

Max Chernesky, PhD (left) and Robyn Thon, MS in Microbiology and MT(ASCP) (right)


      • Originally broadcast: July 23, 2014
      • Presenters: Max Chernesky, PhD, Professor Emeritus, McMaster University/St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and Robyn Thon, MS in Microbiology and MT(ASCP), Clinical Core Laboratory Supervisor, Columbia St. Mary’s, Milwaukee
      • Choose the most sensitive assay for STI testing.
      • Understand the state of the art in automated STI platforms.
      • Gain unrivalled insight into every aspect of workflow efficiencies.

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within. The webinar is made possible by a special education grant from Hologic.

Vitek MS: Changing the face of clinical microbiology

Christine C. Ginocchio, PhD, MT(ASCP)

Christine C. Ginocchio, PhD, MT(ASCP)


      • Originally broadcast: December 3, 2013
      • Presenter: Christine C. Ginocchio, PhD, MT(ASCP) Senior Medical Director and Chief, Division of Infectious Disease Diagnostics; Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Department of Molecular Medicine, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Hofstra University North Shore-LIJ Health System School of Medicine
      • Comprehend the importance of Mass Spec for microbiology practice.
      • Understand the state of the art.
      • Gain unrivalled insight into the future.

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within. The webinar is made possible by a special education grant from bioMerieux.

Focus on FilmArray:
One new technology applied to classic clinical problems

Beverly B. Rogers, MD (left) and Frederick S. Nolte, Ph.D. (right).

Beverly B. Rogers, MD (left) and Frederick S. Nolte, Ph.D. (right)


      • Originally broadcast: November 5, 2013
      • Presenters: Beverly B. Rogers, MD, Chief of Pathology, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Adjunct Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine, and Frederick S. Nolte, Ph.D., D(ABMM), F(AAM), Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Vice-Chair, Laboratory Medicine, Director, Clinical Laboratories, Medical University of South Carolina
      • Comprehend multiplex arrays.
      • Understand the state of the art.
      • Gain unrivalled insight into the future.

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CAP TODAY does not endorse any of the products or services named within. The webinar is made possible by a special education grant from BioFire.

Breast cancer diagnostics: Present and future in the AP lab

Anthony M. Magliocco, MD (left) and M. Elizabeth Hammond, MD (right)

Anthony M. Magliocco, MD (left) and M. Elizabeth Hammond, MD (right)


      • Originally broadcast: January 16, 2013
      • Presenters: Anthony M. Magliocco, MD, chair, Anatomic Pathology Department, Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, Fla., and M. Elizabeth Hammond, MD, professor of pathology and adjunct professor of internal medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine
      • Implement current guidelines.
      • Understand the state of the art.
      • Gain unrivalled insight into the future.

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The role of special stains: In the era of molecular diagnostics

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Guadalupe Manriquez, MD


      • Originally broadcast: October 23, 2012
      • Presenter: Guadalupe Manriquez, MD, principal pathologist at Ventana Medical Systems
      • How special stains have been used in real cases.
      • How pathologists can use special stains to answer clinical questions relevant to immunohistochemistry and molecular diagnostics.
      • How special stains have advanced through the years and what’s next.

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The webinar is made possible by a special education grant from Ventana Medical Systems.

 

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