Become a PNPL Founding Member in 2021 

Become a PNPL Founding Member in 2021

While 2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, now is an ideal time to revisit basic assumptions and implement Best Practices. The Panel of National Pathology Leaders (PNPL) is committed to developing creative ways to enhance revenue and performance, and to generating unique opportunities. We hope you will consider becoming a Founding Member in 2021.

Your Practice or Laboratory will have access to top experts, along with PNPL’s exclusive Book of Secrets providing in-depth strategies to increase income and improve operations (see related story on the Tale of Two Cities). Membership also includes a Medicare Database report customized for each practice and state; Operational and Benchmarking reports; and national wRVU Productivity Studies.

Other benefits include:

  1. Participation in PNPL’s “Virtual Roundtables” addressing timely topics in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
  2. Access to a “Members-only” online library of white papers, presentations, and reports
  3. Subscription to PNPL’s newsletter

Members will participate in PNPL Focus Groups, share insights and data, and find practical solutions for the challenges facing our industry. Membership is open to practice groups in community hospitals and academic centers, as well as laboratories.

For more information and an application form, visit our website or contact us with any questions.

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“PNPL provides real-time value to critical issues in healthcare/laboratory. I appreciate their coverage of relevant topics far enough in advance of changes being enacted, allowing more opportunity to act in our ever-evolving, complex businesses.”

James Deluca
John Stokes, Chief Financial Officer
Dallas, TX

“The PNPL library contents and access to the PNPL membership have been invaluable resources as we navigate challenges around topics such as recruiting, hospital contract negotiations, insurer contracting as it relates to professional charges on clinical pathology work, and the implementation of digital pathology.”

Sam Dean
Kim Ginevan, MD, Assistant Managing Director
Spectrum Healthcare Partners
Portland, ME
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“After Joining PNPL, our pathology group in Arizona (one of the largest in the nation) found expert advice on billing, coding and digital pathology, as well as suggestions and support for our negotiations with United Healthcare. The PNPL team is full of experts in the pathology space who are sharing best practices, tools and templates that allow for knowledge in the industry. I highly recommend joining this think tank and look forward to continuing our relationship.”

Lucy Crowe
Sarina Rodriques, Chief Operating Officer
Pathology Specialists of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ
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“Membership in PNPL has been extraordinarily valuable to PDPA by connecting us to a diverse group of thought leaders involved in the business of pathology and providing access to a curated reference library which has been very helpful in informing our decision making. We look forward to continuing our participation in PNPL.”

Farrah Lynch
Tarek Bishara, MD, President
Pee Dee Pathology Associates
Florence, SC
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“I value the access and information exchange with highly experienced and successful professionals in the pathology space.”

Jennifer Pinasco, MHA, Chief Executive Officer
Yosemite Pathology | Precision Pathology
Modesto, CA
Design Director
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“Membership in PNPL offers IU the ability to see the pathology field as a whole, rather than looking solely through the academic lens. The interaction with PNPL’s private practice groups allows me to understand their ‘pain points.’ Since our academic group includes community practices at the outlying hospitals, we too are feeling some of the same pain. Access to benchmarks from both academic and private practices has also been invaluable as I address issues on the academic side.”

Andrea Ligler, MBA, Vice Chair Clinical and Academic Administration
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN
Design Director
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