INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Patient Health Begins With Supporting Our Members

The story of pathologists is one of focused diligence, persistent quality, and unparalleled excellence. People are healthier when pathologists succeed. As new technologies emerge and health care becomes more complex, pathologists must prepare to lead and thrive in a changing environment. The one constant they can count on remains the support and guidance of the College of American Pathologists.

In 2018, the CAP continued to respond to member needs, investing in what members value most. We modernized the way laboratories enter proficiency testing (PT) results, streamlining the experience to be more user friendly. In addition, we improved our website, databases, and servers to increase effectiveness and efficiency. Our commitment to protect pathologists’ reimbursement remained strong as did our innovative work to ensure consistent laboratory quality.

Members worked collaboratively with professional staff at the CAP, which was recognized as a 2018 top workplace. Together, we provided pathologists with the knowledge, skills, and resources to remain current and relevant in an evolving health care landscape. Together, we’re changing lives by providing patients with the answers they need to guide their care.

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

Patient Health Begins With Supporting Our Members

The story of pathologists is one of focused diligence, persistent quality, and unparalleled excellence. People are healthier when pathologists succeed. As new technologies emerge and health care becomes more complex, pathologists must prepare to lead and thrive in a changing environment. The one constant they can count on remains the support and guidance of the College of American Pathologists.

In 2018, the CAP continued to respond to member needs, investing in what members value most. We modernized the way laboratories enter proficiency testing (PT) results, streamlining the experience to be more user friendly. In addition, we improved our website, databases, and servers to increase effectiveness and efficiency. Our commitment to protect pathologists’ reimbursement remained strong as did our innovative work to ensure consistent laboratory quality.

Members worked collaboratively with professional staff at the CAP, which was recognized as a 2018 top workplace. Together, we provided pathologists with the knowledge, skills, and resources to remain current and relevant in an evolving health care landscape. Together, we’re changing lives by providing patients with the answers they need to guide their care.

Patient Health Begins With Supporting Our Members

The story of pathologists is one of focused diligence, persistent quality, and unparalleled excellence. People are healthier when pathologists succeed. As new technologies emerge and health care becomes more complex, pathologists must prepare to lead and thrive in a changing environment. The one constant they can count on remains the support and guidance of the College of American Pathologists.

In 2018, the CAP continued to respond to member needs, investing in what members value most. We modernized the way laboratories enter proficiency testing (PT) results, streamlining the experience to be more user friendly. In addition, we improved our website, databases, and servers to increase effectiveness and efficiency. Our commitment to protect pathologists’ reimbursement remained strong as did our innovative work to ensure consistent laboratory quality.

Members worked collaboratively with professional staff at the CAP, which was recognized as a 2018 top workplace. Together, we provided pathologists with the knowledge, skills, and resources to remain current and relevant in an evolving health care landscape. Together, we’re changing lives by providing patients with the answers they need to guide their care.

introduction-myers-williams

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

introduction-myers-williams

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