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Practice Management

Help your practice thrive and grow with these tools and resources from the CAP.

The ever-evolving health care landscape requires pathology practices to employ specific non-clinical practice management skills. Whether a standalone, physician-owned, hospital or academic medical center-based pathology practice, managers must be informed, agile, and ready to respond to changing conditions. The CAP has assembled world-class resources and tools developed by pathology practice leaders for pathology practice leaders. From contracting, negotiating, and revenue cycle management to current trends and evolving performance measures, practice management resources are designed to give practice leaders the skills and insights they need for success.

  • Emerging News and Events

    See upcoming roundtables, webinars, and practice management programs.

  • Strategy and Planning

    Get the tools and training you need to build a strategic plan for success in your practice.

  • Revenue and Practice Growth

    Position your practice for sustainable success and growth.

  • Business Performance Management

    Optimize performance, compliance, and cost in your practice.

  • Connecting with Practice Managers

    Connect and share expertise with other practice leaders.

  • Online Courses in Practice Management

    Pathology Business Fundamentals

    Eight essential online courses to help you grow your business skills and manage your practice

  • Laboratory Medical Direction

    The CAP provides members with tools for improving laboratory operations and assisting pathologists with their Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)-specified duties as laboratory directors.

  • Advocacy

    The CAP provides direct lobbying to Congress and other legislative and regulatory bodies on issues important to pathology and laboratory practice. The CAP is the only pathologists’ society set up as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization. Stay informed on the latest issues affecting payments, the CAP’s lobbying and political action efforts, oversight and regulation, and quality payment programs.

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