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Change Management: The Human Side of Automation

Author: Veronique De Vroey, Alistair Gammie

Your team is key to the success of the project, and their knowledge and participation are critical to achieving the results you hope to gain.

Duration: 1 hour
Webinar recording is now available for replay.


Implementing laboratory automation involves many technical details including systems, hardware, and software, as well as complex project management to oversee planning, logistics, and processes.

Engaging your entire team early in the process ensures that they share your vision and contribute insight to the project plan. Team participation from start to finish gives you the opportunity to gather expertise, set expectations, address concerns, and reinvent roles with additional career opportunities that bring additional value to the lab.

Join us for an informative webinar, learning from the real world experience of UZA (Antwerp University Hospital in Belgium). Veronique De Vroey, Lab Manager of Clinical Pathology, will share her insight and experience as their busy clinical diagnostic lab transitioned to a new automated laboratory without disrupting their operations.

Mevr. Veronique De Vroey

Mevr. Veronique De Vroey
Lab Manager, Clinical Pathology
UZA (Universitair Ziekenhuis Antwerpen)
(Antwerp University Hospital), Belgium

Alistair Gammie, PhD

Alistair Gammie, PhD
Global Head, Senior Director
Healthcare Consulting Solutions (HCS)
Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Inc.

 

Moderator

Julie Melzner

Julia Melzner
Director, Global Solutions Marketing
Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Inc.

Siemens continues to provide educational opportunities on key topics important to laboratory science and clinical implementation. We invite you to participate in other Siemens webinars and to check back often. As your trusted partner, Siemens is committed to helping you stay on the forefront of laboratory medicine.

Date: 2015-04-14


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