INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Members and Staff Partner to Make People Healthier

Pathologists are important to all of us. They run our laboratories and examine our tissue and blood under a microscope. They see us, diagnose us, and help us heal. They give us the definitive answers that lead to better health. And because of them, we can get back to doing the things we love. We can live again!

In 2017, members of the College of American Pathologists released more cancer protocols than ever before. Our members were responsible for providing accreditation checklists to ensure that every laboratory can produce accurate, quality results. They developed a registry to guarantee payment for their work in improving health. And they made the impact of pathologists known in their own hospitals and in national media.

The CAP is proud of its accomplishments with members and staff working hand in hand. The voice of the membership matters, and it’s time to hear from them. Whatever this organization can do to help members be better pathologists, run their practices more effectively, and give families peace of mind—the CAP is here to support them.

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CAP President R. Bruce Williams, MD, FCAP, and CEO Stephen Myers

Pathologists are important to all of us…They give us the definitive answers that lead to better health.

Members and Staff Partner to Make People Healthier

Pathologists are important to all of us. They run our laboratories and examine our tissue and blood under a microscope. They see us, diagnose us, and help us heal. They give us the definitive answers that lead to better health. And because of them, we can get back to doing the things we love. We can live again!

In 2017, members of the College of American Pathologists released more cancer protocols than ever before. Our members were responsible for providing accreditation checklists to ensure that every laboratory can produce accurate, quality results. They developed a registry to guarantee payment for their work in improving health. And they made the impact of pathologists known in their own hospitals and in national media.

The CAP is proud of its accomplishments with members and staff working hand in hand. The voice of the membership matters, and it’s time to hear from them. Whatever this organization can do to help members be better pathologists, run their practices more effectively, and give families peace of mind—the CAP is here to support them.

Members and Staff Partner to Make People Healthier

Pathologists are important to all of us. They run our laboratories and examine our tissue and blood under a microscope. They see us, diagnose us, and help us heal. They give us the definitive answers that lead to better health. And because of them, we can get back to doing the things we love. We can live again!

In 2017, members of the College of American Pathologists released more cancer protocols than ever before. Our members were responsible for providing accreditation checklists to ensure that every laboratory can produce accurate, quality results. They developed a registry to guarantee payment for their work in improving health. And they made the impact of pathologists known in their own hospitals and in national media.

The CAP is proud of its accomplishments with members and staff working hand in hand. The voice of the membership matters, and it’s time to hear from them. Whatever this organization can do to help members be better pathologists, run their practices more effectively, and give families peace of mind—the CAP is here to support them.

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CAP President R. Bruce Williams, MD, FCAP, and CEO Stephen Myers

Pathologists are important to all of us…They give us the definitive answers that lead to better health.

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CAP President R. Bruce Williams,MD, FCAP, and CEO Stephen Myers

Pathologists are important to all of us…They give us the definitive answers that lead to better health.