Project Santa Fe Foundation’s 4th Annual

Clinical Lab 2.0 Workshop

October 26-27, 2020 | Virtual Event

Made possible in collaboration with:
ASCP Stronger Together

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Lab’s potential impact doesn’t end when we release a result; rather,
that’s where it begins!

The global healthcare landscape is changing at an unprecedented rate, and the clinical lab is in the epicenter of that change. COVID-19 put the clinical lab in the spotlight. Lab’s potential impact doesn’t end when we release a result; rather, that’s where it begins!

The 4th Annual Clinical Lab 2.0 Workshop will be a 2-day virtual event, October 26-27, where we will facilitate real-time, peer review dialogue on a Clinical Lab 2.0 model for COVID-19 response, its ability to create new norms to solve new problems, and its vital relationship to public and population health.

For 2020, the Clinical Lab 2.0 Workshop $1500 registration fee will be waived for members of the lab community, making the event free of charge for laboratory institutions.

Clinical Lab 2.0 is pleased to welcome keynote speakers Dr. David Nash, M.D., founding Dean Emeritus and Professor of Health Policy at the Jefferson College of Population Health, and Dr. David Sundwall, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Public Health at the University of Utah School of Medicine, to our virtual podium to lead discussion about population health and public health during a pandemic and how COVID-19 changed the healthcare ecosystem and what that means for a Clinical Lab 2.0 model.

DAVID B. NASH, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health, Philadelphia, PA
DAVID N. SUNDWALL, MD, Professor Emeritus, Public Health, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, Chief Medical Officer, Rocky Mountain Care, Salt Lake City, UT

Watch for news on our full agenda in the coming weeks.  As always, workshop curriculum will be directed by members of the Project Santa Fe Foundation, industry leaders from organizations at the forefront of moving healthcare from test-volume to lab-value.

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary discourse.  We are honored to be a part of this extraordinary community.