Pathologists Are The Power
Pathologists’ payments are being threatened again with a minimum 3% cut. When we combine our voices, we are the power to influence change.
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Report Your PT Results Using Direct Transmission
The CAP’s Electronic Cancer Reporting Tools Have a New Name
Pathology in the Islands - June 2023
Understanding Clinical Consultation Code UpdatesMar 28, 2023 - Mar 28, 2023
Subspecialty Spotlight SeriesApr 4, 2023 - Apr 25, 2023
2023 Pathologists Leadership Summit and Spring House of Delegates MeetingApr 15, 2023 - Apr 18, 2023Grand Hyatt Washington
Interactive Surgical Pathology CasesApr 25, 2023 - Apr 25, 2023
The CAP accreditation program adds virtual inspections during pandemic
Public Health Emergency Updates
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CAP Media Briefing
The College of American Pathologists (CAP) hosted a virtual media briefing featuring leading pathologists—the physicians who biopsy and diagnose disease.
This year, the focus was on the current blood supply shortage, as well as navigating COVID-19 changes to the resurgence of polio. Panelists addressed the current state of the nation’s blood supply, discuss the reasons why our blood bank balances are always low and coping with the shortages, how to use the blood available more efficiently and how blood banks prepare for mass casualty situations, especially in light of trending gun violence. Panelists also discussed the essential role testing and pathologists continue to play when it comes to the current wave of health conditions the country continues to face and as new challenges unfold. How do we ensure we are testing right to get the best results and what tests are essential.