Your opportunity to showcase your lab’s commitment to the Clinical Lab 2.0 movement!
Clinical Lab 2.0 focuses on demonstrating the power of patient-centric longitudinal clinical laboratory data to proactively augment population health in a value-based healthcare environment with the goal to improve the clinical outcomes of populations, help manage population risk and reduce the overall cost of delivering healthcare.
Collaborative leadership is a key pillar of the Clinical Lab 2.0 movement and we feel strongly that innovation should be recognized. Introduced this past spring at the Executive War College, LabTank* at this year’s Clinical Lab 2.0 Workshop is an opportunity for additional labs to be recognized for their achievement and alignment with the Clinical Lab 2.0 and industry’s triple aim missions.
Does your clinical care program meet the Clinical Lab 2.0 requirements?
Get recognized for your achievement and alignment with the Clinical Lab 2.0 and industry’s triple aim mission.
Highlight how laboratory testing services helped providers and payers improve patient care consistent with the greater goals of the healthcare system.
Showcase your lab’s commitment to the Clinical Lab 2.0 movement in 3 Steps!
Step 1: Determine if your clinical care program meets the following Clinical Lab 2.0 requirements:
- Stratification of risk by population against prevalence of conditions
- Identification and closure of care gaps
- Early detection of high risk/high cost patients using lab results
- Lab facilitated intervention for improved clinical outcomes focused on prevention and cost avoidance
- Validation of measurable outcome improvement
- Reduction of total cost of delivery focused on cost/diagnosis and cost/population
- Demonstration of cost avoidance
Step 3: Prepare a 10-minute presentation and poster once notified that you have been selected to present.
Notifications will be sent by via email on September 23, 2019.
- Presentations should cover how the clinical care program was designed and highlight how laboratory testing services helped providers and payers improve patient care consistent with the greater goals of the healthcare system. A Power Point template and poster requirements will be provided.