Hear how Dr. Gregory S. Henderson migrated his pathology practice to the cloud, when faced with a quarter of a million dollar upgrade to keep the LIS system current to handle cost containment and the desire to reduce management and maintenance of an on-premise laboratory information system (LIS). What Dr. Henderson discovered was that he was able to gain from many unanticipated benefits beyond cost containment and streamlined maintenance.
When: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 11:00 am – 12:00 pm PST
Register today to join us for this complimentary one hour webinar to hear one pathologist’s perspective on how to thrive by improving operational efficiency and extending service reach in innovative ways with a cloud-based LIS platform.
Hear why Dr. Henderson says since switching to a cloud-based LIS, he’s never looked back.
Dr. Henderson will also present a case study about his work in Haiti and how a cloud-based LIS helped overcome the geographic and logistical challenges for local providers with virtual access to pathology expertise based in the US.
Who should attend?
CEOs, CFOs and pathologists and lab directors from anatomic pathology or molecular laboratories, both traditional and emerging, along with clinical laboratories and biotech firms.
About the Speaker
Gregory S. Henderson, M.D., Ph.D.
Vice Chair, Pathology Outreach and Affiliate Laboratory Affairs
Mount Sinai Health System
Dr. Henderson received his M.D. and Ph.D. degrees at Vanderbilt University. He completed his fellowship as a NIH Medical Scientist Program Fellow, specializing in breast, gynecologic and oncologic pathology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
He has been practicing medicine in the Puget Sound region since 2007, and currently serves on the hospital Board of Trustees at Harrison Medical Center. His previous experience and positions include Partner and President of Pacific Pathology Partners, and medical staff member of Harrison Medical Center.
Dr. Henderson’s passion and interests focus on the utilization of new innovations such as digital pathology to advance the access to quality diagnostics in the developed and developing world. He is the Founder and President of PathForcedx, with the goal of providing digital pathology medical services globally. PathForcedx is actively involved in providing diagnostic services to Haiti and is expanding to other countries that otherwise do not have the medical infrastructure to diagnose patients.