More and more, laboratories of all types are turning to cloud computing to minimize time and resources that are dedicated to managing and maintaining complex hardware and software environments. Standardizing on cloud-based technologies is a strategic decision. In this free webinar, Fritz Gartner, CEO of Applied Diagnostics, will discuss how to standardize your laboratory with cloud-based solutions to improve operational efficiencies and position your organization to seamlessly address the challenges of new technologies.
In just 60 minutes, you will:
Understand the benefits and trade-offs of cloud-based solutions
Get insight on how to choose the right cloud vendor
Learn how Applied Diagnostics is using these solutions to transform data into knowledge
Identify opportunities for your own organization
Plus, get answers to your own questions during the LIVE Q&A session immediately following the presentation.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
10:00AM – 11:00AM PST
Fritz Gartner, CEO, Applied Diagnostics
Fritz Gartner is the CEO of Applied Diagnostics – a full service blood cancer testing laboratory specializing in flow cytometry, cytogenetics, FISH and molecular testing; and is also the founder of SalesWIP LLC – a web based sales forecasting software company. With a 20+ year career, focusing on strategy, execution ,and action based leadership, Fritz Gartner accepted the leadership role at Applied Diagnostics to help build a healthcare business in an era of big data, genetics and convergent software systems – often based in the cloud.
Joe Nollar Director, LIS Product Development XIFIN, Inc
Joe Nollar is the Director of LIS Product Development for XIFIN. Until its acquisition by XIFIN in 2013, he had served as CIO of PathCentral, directing all commercial laboratory information system software development. From 2001 to 2009, Joe was founder and President of eTeleNext, a full service provider of web-based laboratory information systems (LIS), until it was acquired by PathCentral. From 1996 to 2000, Joe Nollar worked as a consultant in KPMG’s Consumer Assets practice, leading strategic and tactical engagements for Fortune 100 financial services institutions
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