APC Leaders Learning Series

This ongoing series is a benefit of APC membership to keep members informed of important association initiatives and key developments in Academic Pathology.

Upcoming Sessions

Value-Added & Gain-Sharing Formulas: New Approaches to Incentive Plans and the Case at the University of Pennsylvania
This APC LLS Webinar will provide a review of compensation models and incentive plans. Dr. Kragel will present results of a survey on pathology value-added services, and will discuss how value-added services may be identified and included in incentive plans. Mr. Challender will present how the University of Pennsylvania has successfully utilized compensation models and incentive plans.

Date/Time: Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 4:00pm-5:00pm (Eastern)
FREE Registration
Speakers:
Peter Kragel, MD, Councilor-at-Large, Association of Pathology Chairs (APC)
Professor and Chair, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Robert Challender, MBA, Secretary, Pathology Department Administrators Section (PDAS) Council
Chief Operating Officer, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, and Corporate Director, Laboratory Services, University of Pennsylvania

Moderator: Tristram Parslow, MD, PhD, President, Association of Pathology Chairs
Emory University Hospital - Professor and Chair, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

Future Sessions

Information on other sessions will be posted here as it becomes available.

      SAVE-THE-DATE: Thursday, May 11, 2017, time TBD: Pathology GME: Is It Time to Move the Goal Post?

Past Sessions

Please note: the archived recordings of these sessions are ONLY available to APC members. Member login is required to access the recording.

Generational Diversity in the Academic Pathology Department

March 17, 2017: This webinar described generational differences which may create potential workplace conflicts due to varied attitudes and values, then highlighted how understanding and embracing those differences can be an asset in addressing cultural change in the academic pathology department. Real-life scenarios served as case discussions on generational differences, which have challenged the established work culture. Learn from fellow academic leaders and strengthen your strategies for addressing diversity and inclusion!

Speaker: Lydia Howell, MD, Chair, APC Leadership Development & Diversity Committee
Professor and Chair, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, University of California, Davis

Moderator: Peter Kragel, MD, Councilor-at-Large, APC
Professor and Chair, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
 

The NGS Frontier: A Snapshot of the Academic Adoption and Payment Landscape

September 8, 2016: This webinar was designed to provide an overview of highlights from the recent survey of Pathology Chairs and Administrators on Next Generation Sequencing adoption and payment trends in academic departments, followed by a case example that puts into practice the challenges and potential of this new frontier in testing.

Speakers:
Charles Hill, MD, PhD, President, Association for Molecular Pathology
Director, Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, Emory University Hospital
David Roth, MD, PhD, Secretary-Treasurer, APC
Chair, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and Director, Penn Center for Precision Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Moderator: Tristram Parslow, MD, PhD, President, APC
Professor and Chair, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Emory University Hospital