Harnessing Technology to Transform Workflow in the Blood Bank: A Large Multisite Health System Shares Their Experience

Jun 11, 2020
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Duration: 60 minutes

See how St. Joseph Hospital (SJH) dramatically transformed their laboratory by automating testing and using the latest technology to link their instruments to their lab information system (LIS), and optimized their delivery of high-quality patient care. In this webinar, Michael Roth, Laboratory Administrative Director, reviews their journey to automate testing and data management, the challenges and learnings from adopting new technology across a network of 8 hospitals, and the remarkable results achieved to date. 

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About Our Speakers:
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About Our Speakers:

Michael Roth, MS, MT(ASCP)SBB

Laboratory Administrative DirectorSCL Health St. Joseph Hospital, Denver Colorado

Mike Roth is the Laboratory Administrative Director at St. Joseph’s Hospital, in Colorado where he has led change across the labs in the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (or SCL) network to meet the changing healthcare landscape and improve efficiencies to deliver high quality patient care. This follows a 30 plus year career in the United States Navy which included leading the implementation of several automated systems across hospital labs and developed his philosophy to use technology to work for the lab and empower the technologist to focus on patient care.  

Mike Roth is the Laboratory Administrative Director at St. Joseph’s Hospital, in Colorado where he has led change across the labs in the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (or SCL) network to meet the changing healthcare landscape and improve efficiencies to deliver high quality patient care. This follows a 30 plus year career in the United States Navy which included leading the implementation of several automated systems across hospital labs and developed his philosophy to use technology to work for the lab and empower the technologist to focus on patient care.