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best practices in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
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WHAT IS PNPL?

Established in 2019, the Panel of National Pathology Leaders (PNPL)
is a non-profit "think tank" dedicated to:

  • Advancing best practices in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

  • Creating practical business solutions

  • Developing innovative, value-based strategies

  • Sharing real-life stories of successes

  • Disseminating findings through white papers, webinars, and surveys

  • Providing targeted Highlights based on the specific interests of each member

  • Collaborating with a team of national advisors to share insights on best practices

who are the panelists?

PNPL's panelists are drawn from multiple stakeholder groups:

  • Pathologists serving on the Boards of national Pathology organizations

  • CEOs and COOs of the country's most innovative Pathology practices

  • Renowned Pathology consultants and attorneys, each with decades of experience

why join pnpl?

Membership offers opportunities for Pathology practices and Laboratories to interactively share and contribute their experiences through focus groups, networking teams, workshops, and surveys.

The benefits for Members include:

  • Linking Members, Panelists, and industry Advisors
  • Focus Groups on key topics, such as
    • Digital Pathology/AI
    • Diagnostic Medicine
    • Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability
  • Networking Teams, including
    • Practice Leadership Council
    • Compliance Officers
    • Pathologists' Assistants
  • Members-only Reference Library containing hundreds of documents with detailed strategies and templates
  • PNPL's Book of Secrets
  • Time-sensitive Micro Highlights
  • Medicare database reports customized for each Member
  • Annual wRVU Pathologists' Productivity Report 
  • Original white papers, such as Non-Traditional Roles of Pathologists' Assistants 
  • Webinar series on current topics

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