For the first time, the Project Santa Fe Foundation Board of Directors will open the doors to our internal CL2.0 Colloquium Series!  Join CL2.0 thought leaders in an open forum work session designed to build the laboratory business model
of the future.   

This virtual Public Colloquium session will include:

 

  • CL2.0 – What have we learned? 

We will summarize the work of our internal CL2.0 Colloquium team, a cross-industry coalition for CL2.0 exploring the cross-industry pillars of the future laboratory business model aligned with Healthcare 2.0 in the era of population health.

Presented by Project Santa Fe Foundation President & Executive Director
Khosrow Shotorbani, MBA, MT(ASCP), Board of Directors/President, Executive Director, Project Santa Fe Foundation; Founder, CEO, Lab 2.0 Strategic Services

 

  • CONVERGENCE!  Live Panel Session

The laboratory business model of the future will require a convergence from all sectors of healthcare.  Lab can’t do it alone!  In this live panel, we invite our active Industry Partners Members to react to the pillars of the CL2.0 business model explore the role of industry in building and supporting the model of the future.

Facilitated by Project Santa Fe Foundation Board Chair

James Crawford, MD, PhD, Chair of the Board, PSFF; Executive Director and Sr. VP for Laboratory Services at Northwell Health

Esteemed Panel:
Alex Carterson, MD, PhD, Divisional VP, Medical, Scientific & Clinical Affairs, Abbott
Frank Courjal, PhD, Director of Scientific Affairs for Canada, Binding Site
Andy Hay, CEO, Sysmex
Veena Joy, MSc, PHD(c), Clinical Affairs Manager – Autoimmunity, Thermo Fisher
Malik Keshwani, PhD, Head of Marketing, Informatics and Automation, Siemens Healthineers
John McCarthy, VP Lab Network Solutions/Performance Partnerships, Beckman Coulter
Luca Pani, MD, Chief Scientific Officer, Inpeco
Alan Wright, MD, VP Medical Affairs, bioMérieux


 

  • Summation & Call to Action

What can we take away from the day’s discussion?  What are the critical next steps as we build the future of our collective industry?

Presented by Project Santa Fe Board Member

Karen Kaul, MD, PhD, Duckworth Family Chair of Molecular Pathology, Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Northshore University Health System; Clinical Professor of Pathology, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

This event took place November 8, 2021, and is now available
for viewing online at no charge.

REGISTER, THEN VIEW THE RECORDED EVENT HERE