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Elevating Laboratory Leadership: Transforming Your Career and Laboratory Through Collaboration


Dr. Anne Kornreich discusses her career journey in laboratory medicine that began with hematology and progressed to a leadership role through additional training and education. From her present position as the head of laboratory medicine of a 1.100-bed, private hospital, she shares how she has guided and represented the laboratory function while collaborating with the rest of the hospital system as a member of its strategic committee. Dr. Kornreich will also provide a brief overview of the Belgian healthcare system and share insights into current healthcare trends and their impact on the laboratory.

PACE and Florida CE Credit provided.



Dr. Anne Kornreich, MD
Head of the Laboratory Medicine Care Pole, Assistant Director of the Haematopoietic Stem Cells Bank, Grand Hôpital De Charleroi – Notre Dame
(Charleroi, Belgium)

Board Member (and former President) of the Belgian Society for Advancement of Cytometry


  • Describe the transformation of a laboratory career from a clinical to administrative role
  • Characterize the key qualities and training needed to progress to laboratory manager
  • Explain how the laboratory can play a key role in driving strategic direction through greater laboratory and hospital system collaboration
  • Review current challenges and trends in healthcare and how they impact the clinical laboratory

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