Monday, July 25, 2016

25 July 2016: New Management Article and New Product Announcments Now Available to View


Last week, we posted another link to a new article on our Management Page: Revenue Changes For Health Care In 2016...So Far, by Mick Raich, Vachette Pathology. We currently post new articles that are provided by Vachette Pathology and AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions. The next article will be available to view towards the beginning of August.

In addition, take a look at the New Product Announcements we posted today for Mopec and Ventana/ Roche.  

25 July 2016: Textbook updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

12 July 2016: Do you have a new email address?

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Monday, July 11, 2016

11 July 2016: New Management Article, Product Questionnaires and New Product Announcement Posted

Last week, we posted a link to a new article on our Management Page: "Check Your Billing After A System Upgrade!", by Angela Granlund, Vachette Pathology. We will post new articles as they are provided by Vachette Pathology and AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions.

In addition, we recently posted some new CME being offered by ASCP and Leica Biosystems posted a New Product Announcement.
 





 



Thursday, July 7, 2016

7 July 2016: Your interesting pathology cases on Facebook

We are now allowing Pathologists to submit interesting cases on our Facebook page, for comments by other pathologists.  This should not replace a formal consult necessary for making a patient diagnosis.  Please post up to 100 words of text and 3-5 images on our Facebook pageComments must be relevant, polite and not offensive.  We monitor this page, and remove posts / comments that don't meet these standards.

7 July 2016: Should we have classified ads at PathologyOutlines.com?

What do you think?  Should we have a page for classified ads (buying and selling expensive pathology related equipment) at PathologyOutlines.com?  We would charge $400 for an ad (prepaid only, perhaps a little less at the beginning), which could include 100 words and 3 images.  Buyers / sellers would communicate with each other directly.  We would do nothing other than post the ad and remove it after 90 days (or sooner, if requested by the seller).  We could either create a separate Classifieds page on our website, or put this on our Facebook page.

Is this a good idea / bad idea?  Let us know.