Indicators and Laboratory Benchmarking is a course theme at the 2nd Virtual Congress of SBPC/ML

The course will bring discussions on how the practice of benchmarking laboratory indicators is essential for the management of laboratories and as a support for decision making

In order to improve the use of the tool to help laboratories make more agile and assertive strategic decisions, Controllab will bring to the discussion at the 2nd Virtual Congress of SBPC/ML, the Benchmarking and Laboratory Indicators Program (PBIL).

Next Saturday, September 4th, the company will participate in the pre-congress course, discussing different applications based on the program’s data.

The Laboratory Indicators and Benchmarking course (CP 03) will start at 10am and will bring a team of professionals with experience in the use and discussion of this topic. They will break the content down into valuable issues such as decision making, strategic management, use of indicators and the integration of laboratory systems with the PBIL.

Why enroll in the Laboratory Indicators and Benchmarking Course?

The laboratory medicine market is constantly changing, demanding more and more agility and assertiveness in strategic decision-making. The use of benchmarking of laboratory indicators helps managers to identify weaknesses and strengths of the organization, based on concrete market data.

The class will be a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences, which will help managers and teams to enhance the practice of benchmarking in their routine.

“In this new normal, we all want to sustainably expand opportunities and benchmarking helps to identify the laboratory’s potential. The Covid-19 pandemic highlighted weaknesses, but also showed that having knowledge about the processes and the market is a differential. Laboratory leaders committed to benchmarking were able to act more quickly and efficiently during the learning periods of the pandemic”, explains Luiza Bottino, supervisor of Controllab’s Service Management and a member of the speakers’ team.

Check out the course schedule:

ThemeSpeaker/time

Opening

 

Dr. Wilson Shcolnik

(Abramed President)
| 10am to 10:10am

Decision making: why use indicators?

  • What are indicators?
  • What decisions do we make in the laboratories?
  • What are the risks of not deciding based on data?

Dr. Fernando Berlitz

(PALC – SBPC/ML)
| 10:10am to 10:30am

Presentation PBIL – Benchmarking and Laboratory Indicators Program (PBIL)

  • Geographic scope from the PBIL and the scope of indicators, an operation of the program with available resources and the results of indicators;
  • Alignment of PBIL between international benchmarking programs (IFCC), demonstrating reliability and consistency of program data.

Luiza Bottino

(Supervisor of Controllab’s Service Management)
| 10:30am to 10:50am

Using indicators: how to start in practice?

  • How should I start? Which indicators to choose?
  • How to define goals from Benchmarking?
  • How can I compare my performance against other laboratories?

Dr. Klever Sáenz

(Synlab Ecuador)
| 10:50am to 11:20am

Strategic indicator management: how to generate learning and engagement

  • Engagement and encouragement practices for the laboratory team to act effectively in the management of indicators;
  • How to act on inadequate results (action and improvement plans)?

Dra. Larissa Welter

(Laboratory Hemos)
| 11:20am to 11:50am

Collecting data for indicators: integration of LIS with PBIL

  • Advantages of obtaining data for indicators from the LIS integration
  • Process to achieve LIS integration
  • Presentation of success case using Benchmarking

Dra. Ana Paula Neves

(Laboratory Bedalab)
| 11:50am to 12:20pm

Closing

 

Dr. Guilherme de Oliveira

(Director of Accreditation and Quality at SBPC/ML)
| 12:20pm to 12:30pm

Registration closes on Wednesday (09/01/21), guarantee your participation now!

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