COUNCIL SPOTLIGHTS

COUNCIL SPOTLIGHTS

COUNCIL SPOTLIGHTS

Council on Scientific Affairs

A patient’s health depends on pathologists making the right diagnosis. And for cancer patients, a pathologist must accurately report all the pathological staging elements to guide the most effective treatment.

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Council on Accreditation

The textbook on how to run a high-functioning laboratory can be found in the CAP’s Laboratory Accreditation Program checklists, the most rigorous standards for quality and accuracy in laboratory medicine.

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Council on Scientific Affairs

A patient’s health depends on pathologists making the right diagnosis. And for cancer patients, a pathologist must accurately report all the pathological staging elements to guide the most effective treatment.

Read Spotlight >

Council on Accreditation

The textbook on how to run a high-functioning laboratory can be found in the CAP’s Laboratory Accreditation Program checklists, the most rigorous standards for quality and accuracy in laboratory medicine.

Read Spotlight >

Council on Scientific Affairs

A patient’s health depends on pathologists making the right diagnosis. And for cancer patients, a pathologist must accurately report all the pathological staging elements to guide the most effective treatment.

Read Spotlight >

Council on Accreditation

The textbook on how to run a high-functioning laboratory can be found in the CAP’s Laboratory Accreditation Program checklists, the most rigorous standards for quality and accuracy in laboratory medicine.

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Council on Government and Professional Affairs

Performance matters more than ever with pathologists facing new federal requirements mandated by Medicare’s MIPS. Under the new system, pathologists not only are required to report on quality measures, but also their performance will be compared with that of their peers.

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Council on Education

When Massachusetts General Hospital got its first Sonic Touch machine for ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspirations (USFNA), Martha B. Pitman, MD, FCAP, needed to know how to use it. She took the CAP’s AP3 with Susan D. Rollins, MD, FCAP.

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Council on Government and Professional Affairs

Performance matters more than ever with pathologists facing new federal requirements mandated by Medicare’s MIPS. Under the new system, pathologists not only are required to report on quality measures, but also their performance will be compared with that of their peers.

Read Spotlight >

Council on Education

When Massachusetts General Hospital got its first Sonic Touch machine for ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspirations (USFNA), Martha B. Pitman, MD, FCAP, needed to know how to use it. She took the CAP’s AP3 with Susan D. Rollins, MD, FCAP.

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Council on Government and Professional Affairs

Performance matters more than ever with pathologists facing new federal requirements mandated by Medicare’s MIPS. Under the new system, pathologists not only are required to report on quality measures, but also their performance will be compared with that of their peers.

Read Spotlight >

Council on Education

When Massachusetts General Hospital got its first Sonic Touch machine for ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspirations (USFNA), Martha B. Pitman, MD, FCAP, needed to know how to use it. She took the CAP’s AP3 with Susan D. Rollins, MD, FCAP.

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Council on Membership and Professional Development

“I look through the microscope at tissue on a slide, but I see the people on those slides and know that every diagnosis I make is going to directly impact the life of my patients and their families,” said Crystal A. Moore, MD, PhD, FCAP.

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Council on Membership and Professional Development

“I look through the microscope at tissue on a slide, but I see the people on those slides and know that every diagnosis I make is going to directly impact the life of my patients and their families,” said Crystal A. Moore, MD, PhD, FCAP.

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Council on Membership and Professional Development

“I look through the microscope at tissue on a slide, but I see the people on those slides and know that every diagnosis I make is going to directly impact the life of my patients and their families,” said Crystal A. Moore, MD, PhD, FCAP.

Read Spotlight >