Beth Bailey

Director, Strategic Development, TriCore Reference Laboratories

As Director of Strategic Development and Communications at TriCore Reference Laboratories, Beth oversees the organization’s efforts in strategic planning, project management, workforce and leadership development, succession planning, communications and public relations. Additionally, Beth actively serves on the Project Santa Fe Foundation taskforce, supporting education and communication for the Clinical Lab 2.0 initiative. Prior to TriCore, Beth managed the corporate education and consulting program for University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management as a part of their Executive and Professional Education Center. Additionally, she served 15 years as a consultant with a global leadership and communication skills training company based in New York City and San Francisco, where her clients included professionals from international businesses such as Google, PwC, the Federal Reserve Bank, MedImmune, JPMorgan Chase, Cushman & Wakefield and IBM, as well as attorneys at some of the nation’s leading law firms.

Beth is speaking at

October 24, 2018
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Columbia B

Speakers

  • Beth Bailey (Speaker) Director, Strategic Development, TriCore Reference Laboratories
  • Lisa Jean Clifford (Speaker) COO & Chief Strategy Officer, Gestalt Diagnostics
  • Linda Smith (Speaker) Vice President, Laboratory Services, SSM Health
  • Steve Stonecypher (Speaker) Partner, Shipwright Healthcare Group
  • Barb Senters (Speaker) Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer, Sonic Healthcare USA
  • James M Crawford, MD, PhD (Speaker) Chair, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine / Senior Vice President Laboratory Services, Zucker School of Medicine, Hofstra/Northwell / Northwell Health System
  • Patricia Goede (Speaker) VP Clinical Informatics, XIFIN, Inc.
  • Julie Ramage (Speaker) National Account Director, Diagnostics, Pfizer Oncology
  • Shally Madan (Speaker) Co-founder & COO, LuminateHealth

Description

What does FutureLab look like? What does your lab need to focus on to be ready to operate in a Clinical Lab 2.0 environment?

In this one-day interactive Summit, strategic planning experts and lab leaders will guide attendees step-by-step through the process of connecting trends to trajectories and developing a competitive roadmap for your diagnostic lab using Clinical Lab 2.0 ideology.

In the morning sessions, we’ll conduct an external scan and learn about the market opportunities and threats facing laboratories, such as new customers, alternative markets and revenue streams, the compliance/legal environment, and non-traditional competition. We’ll also explore emerging FutureLab technology and innovation, such as artificial intelligence and innovation in pathology.

In the afternoon, we’ll do an internal scan. Attendees will learn how to assess their own labs’ strengths and weaknesses to defend against the threats and to maximize the opportunities. And finally, we’ll connect the dots and target specific strategies you need to become a successful FutureLab. You’ll walk away with a practical Clinical Lab 2.0 toolbox to facilitate future planning.

Session Objectives:

  • Engage subject matter experts to explore external market opportunities and threats in order to paint a canvas of FutureLab;
  • Target your FutureLab opportunities based on your lab’s strengths; begin to understand your lab’s possible gaps in FutureLab; and
  • Determine action steps and target additional learning at Lab Institute 2018.

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