What hiring strategies have worked for you in this COVID-19 pandemic era? Please let us know your successes in interviewing (online or in person), how you handle in person interviews and any other pearls that would help others who are hiring. Email Dr. Pernick at Nat@PathologyOutlines.com if you have any applicable advice and indicate if … Continue reading 7 April 2020: Hiring Strategies During COVID-19 Pandemic
We have posted updated reviews of the following topics: Bone marrow nonneoplastic > Alterations in cellularity > Aplastic anemia (AA) by Valentina Sangiorgio, M.D., Marie Calaminici, M.D., Ph.D.Topic summary: Detailed insight into the diagnostic criteria (including molecular and cytogenetic) and differential diagnosis; new histologic images from real cases and new clinically relevant board review style … Continue reading 6 April 2020: Textbook Updates
Here’s what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week: 1. Working From Home Same as last week, we are still in business but because our entire office is working from home, responses may be delayed. 2. New COVID-19 Content We are in the process of adding some content related to the COVID-19 pandemic – we will keep … Continue reading 3 April 2020: Weekly Roundup #4
Check out our Industry News page. We have updated it with the following article / articles from: AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions – UnitedHealthcare Requiring Hospital Outreach Labs to Contract as Independent Reference Labs Effective May 1, 2020, UnitedHealthcare (UHC) will deny any non-patient lab test claims submitted by hospital outreach labs if billed under the hospital’s … Continue reading 1 April 2020: Industry News Updates
Here is an oil print interpretation of prostatic adenocarcinoma, painted by Eugene Maurakis: A message from Eugene: “Interpretation of Gleason 3+3 prostate cancer from histological section of prostate stained with hematoxylin and eosin based on Iczkowski KA. 2020. Grading Gleason. Many thanks to Drs. Iczkowski and Pernick, and E. Thomas for permission to use their image. … Continue reading 31 March 2020: “Active Surveillance”
We have posted updated reviews of the following topics: Colon tumor > Neuroendocrine neoplasms > Neuroendocrine tumor by Carolina Martinez-Ciarpaglini, M.D., Ph.D.Topic summary: Updated classification with new images and board review questions. Skin nontumor > Chronic purpuric skin eruptions > Pigmented purpuric dermatosis (PPD) by Sepideh Nikki Asadbeigi, M.D., Shabnam Momtahen, M.D.Topic summary: Updated classification … Continue reading 30 March 2020: Textbook Updates
Here’s what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week: 1. Working From Home We are still in business but because our entire office is working from home, responses may be delayed. 2. Conference Cancellations Many conferences are being cancelled, rescheduled or switched to “virtual”. We are currently contacting our advertisers and updating the Conferences page as more … Continue reading 27 March 2020: Weekly Roundup #3
Check out our Industry News page. We have updated it with the following article / articles from: Change Healthcare – Revenue Cycle Management Services Help Stamford Pathology Group, PC Restore Reimbursement Cuts Like many clinical laboratories, Stamford Pathology Group, PC (SPG) has worked hard in recent years to overcome rising costs, falling reimbursements, and volume … Continue reading 25 March 2020: Industry News Updates
We have posted updated reviews of the following topics: Breast nonmalignant > Atypical hyperplasia > Atypical lobular hyperplasia (ALH) by Eric Statz, M.D., Julie M. Jorns, M.D.Topic summary: Updates and additions including new images to a common diagnosis in breast pathology. Esophagus > Premalignant lesions > Barrett esophagus (BE) by Dipti M. Karamchandani, M.D.Topic summary: … Continue reading 23 March 2020: Textbook Updates
Here’s what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week: 1. Donating to World Health Organization As of this week, all proceeds from our merchandise shop will will directly benefit the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. To get your very own PathOut merch and donate to an extremely significant cause, visit shop.spreadshirt.com/pathologyoutlines! 2. Textbook Topics We are recruiting … Continue reading 20 March 2020: Weekly Roundup #2
Check out our Industry News page. We have updated it with the following article / articles from: Change Healthcare – Outsourced Billing can Give Pathology Practices a Boost Amid the turmoil and uncertainty of healthcare today, it’s understandable that some pathology groups are reluctant to consider shifting from internal billing operations to an outsourced revenue … Continue reading 18 March 2020: Industry News Updates
You receive an appendix for microscopic examination. You note that the patient has a history of treated Crohn’s colitis and is currently hospitalized after partial colectomy. On examination, the appendiceal serosa shows scattered neutrophils without other pathologic change. What is the most likely cause of this finding? Select an answer: A. Acute appendicitis B. Crohn’s … Continue reading 17 March 2020: Biweekly Image Quiz #27
Starting this week, every Friday we will be posting a weekly roundup of PathologyOutlines.com updates rather than posting several times during the week. This way, you’ll get all your news at the same time and in a convenient manner. Here’s what’s new this week: 1. Updated Books page We have now deleted all books from … Continue reading 13 March 2020: Weekly Roundup #1
Check out our Industry News page. We have updated it with the following article from: Change Healthcare – 10 Ways To Grow Your Pathology Practice in 2020 In today’s dynamic healthcare environment, pathologists are looking for every strategy to grow revenue and reduce costs, all while improving the overall patient experience. There is a heavy … Continue reading 11 March 2020: Industry News Updates
A 3 year old previously healthy boy presented with malignant hypertension, seizures and electrolyte derangements. Imaging demonstrated a left sided abdominal mass which appeared suprarenal on cross sectional imaging. To sign up for our case of the month newsletters and more, visit http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html and type your email into the box.
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