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"CLIA Waivers: The What, The Why, and The How" Webinar

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 12:00 to 13:00
Webinar

CIMIT and the Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation at Mass General invite you to join us for a free, monthly webinar series on Point-of-Care (POC) technologies for primary care.

These webinars are designed to inform those interested in submitting projects for our NIBIB grant to develop novel POC technologies aimed at improving patient care in primary care settings and for primary care clinicians interested in adopting POC technologies for their practices.

Date & Time

April 15 (Noon -1:00 EST)
"CLIA Waivers: The What, The Why, and The How"
Susan Tiedy-Stevenson, Senior Director of Regulatory Sciences, Hogan Lovells

Registration

To join the webinar, please register at: 
https://stoecklecenter.wufoo.com/forms/pointofcare-technology-webinar-series/

Access information will be shared after you register.

Archives

Previous webinars have been recorded and archived, and are available at:www.massgeneral.org/stoecklecenter/programs/poct.aspx.

Webinar #1: “A Day in the Life of a Primary Care Clinician"

Webinar #2: “Point of Care Testing in Commercial Retail Clinics”

Webinar #3: “Current and Future Use of Point-of-Care Tests in Primary Care: An International Survey”

Webinar #4: “Questions and Answers: NIBIB Grant Solicitations from the Point-of-Care Technology Research Centers”

Webinar #5: “Point-of-Care Testing in Primary Care: Facilitators and Barriers to Adoption”

Webinar #6 "Do you know your Nanos?: An overview of emerging technologies for point-of-care

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RELATED INFORMATION

About POCTRN Center for Primary Care

Funded in 2012 for a five-year period by the National Institute for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) Point-of-Care Technologies Research Network (POCTRN), CIMIT created a national center-without-walls for rapid transformation of emerging point-of-care technologies into commercially viable, clinically focused solutions for improving primary health care.

About CIMIT

CIMIT is a non-profit consortia of leading teaching hospitals, universities and labs that accelerates healthcare innovation and commercialization to improve patient care. CIMIT fosters and facilitates interdisciplinary collaboration among clinicians, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and industry to develop novel products and services addressing unmet clinical needs. For more information visit cimit.org.

About the John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation

The Stoeckle Center at Massachusetts General Hospital addresses the mounting challenges in primary care and preserves and strengthens the clinician-patient relationship as the cornerstone of primary care. The Stoeckle Center’s mission is to revitalize and redesign primary care locally, regionally, and nationally, through innovation, education, and research. For more information, visit massgeneral.org/stoecklecenter.

Questions

For questions regarding course content, please contact Susan Edgman-Levitan: stoecklecenter@partners.org

For questions regarding solicitation, please contact Penny Carleton: CIMITGrants@partners.org

For questions regarding registration, please contact Emily Wendell: ewendell@partners.org