G2 Intelligence is excited to add a comprehensive webinar and virtual events program to our editorial offerings. Our standalone webinars, which are offered throughout the year, feature expert speakers on a variety of legal, compliance, business, operations, and science and technology topics relevant to the medical lab industry. Each webinar is roughly 40 minutes long and is followed by a 15-minute Q&A session with the audience, allowing attendees to have their most pressing questions answered. G2’s virtual Lab Institute events are carefully developed by our editorial team to offer a set of expert presentations offered over multiple days to tackle key challenges in the diagnostic lab industry. As with our standalone webinars, each presentation in our virtual events is 40 minutes long and is concluded by a 15-minute audience Q&A, giving viewers the chance to engage with industry experts.
Our current and archived virtual events can be found at: https://events.g2intelligence.com/
And our current and archived webinars can be found here: https://www.g2intelligence.com/category/webinars/
We’re inviting our readers to share their ideas for topics and presenters, both for future standalone webinars and virtual events. What most pressing issues would you like to see covered? Which speakers would you most like to hear from? We want to know! Or, if you’d like to offer yourself as a speaker, we welcome lab managers, directors, pathologists, compliance managers, legal experts, consultants, business analysts, and other healthcare industry leaders to present during our webinars and Lab Institute virtual events. Provide your insights on how other diagnostic laboratory leaders can solve key challenges, as well as steps they can take right away to make improvements in their organizations.
Topics covered by our webinars and virtual events, include, but are not limited to: billing and coding, informatics, revenue cycle management, artificial intelligence, staffing, reimbursement, healthcare fraud, enforcement, and key laws affecting labs, such as the Protecting Access to Medicare Act and No Surprises Act. These webinars and virtual event presentations must be original to G2 Intelligence and non-commercial in nature. Virtual event presentations and standalone webinars will be offered as on-demand videos after the conclusion of the live webinar or virtual event.
Interested speakers should prepare a one to two paragraph summary of their proposed webinar, detailing what the presentation will cover, what attendees will learn, and why it is beneficial for diagnostic lab leaders to attend the presentation. Include three to four key takeaways to help our audience understand the benefits of your session. Send your summary along with a brief professional bio to MaryBeth DiDonna, digital events editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in G2 Intelligence’s webinars and virtual events!