Board of Directors
All tables for the September meeting are reserved. College of American Pathologist requested a free table in accordance with the speaker policy. The other sponsors include: Telcor, Stat Strip, Abbott I-Stat and Glucose, Radiometer, RNA Medical, Quidel, LifeScan, Response Biomedical and Beckman Coulter.
A “wait list” has been started for other vendors interested in a table.
June 20, 2007- Meeting Review
Overall evaluations received were positive for the meeting on “Medical Errors: Begone” continuing education presented by Chris Fetters. Attendees enjoyed the luncheon and their day at Hershey Park. Some concerns were raised about the presentation of Chris’s product which is used for glucose testing. Nova had agreed to sponsor the meeting via an educational grant, the presentation of the Stat Strip was granted in lieu of a vendor table since none were available at this venue.
SEPT. 19, 2007 – Christiana Care
CAP Speaker – Susan Donatell
JCAHO Speaker – Robert Jernigan
Additional Speaker - James Nichols, Ph.D.
Sandy and Terry are finalizing the invitation, and will get it to Carrie to send to the membership by August 17. They will also provide the speakers bios to Cindy Graves so that she can apply for the PACE credits.
RSVP’s will be due by September 10th to allow sufficient time to get final counts for catering and final seating.
Carrie requested that hotel information be included on the invitation since some attendees have inquired about overnight accommodations.
Door prizes will again be awarded at the meeting by random drawing from all those who visit the vendor show. The number of prizes will be determined by the final attendance count. Up to 40 people – 2 prizes, Over 50 – 3 prizes and Over 70 – 4 prizes.
At the September meeting, a call for nominees for officers for 2008 will be started.
Several other POC groups have been invited to attend the September meeting, and as part of the business meeting, preliminary planning for the 2008 AACC “after-glow” will begin.
DEC. 5, 2007
Location will be the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon PA. The location vote was 14 for Good Samaritan, 10 for Gettysburg, and 3 with no preference.
Hosts – Noreen Berkheiser, Terry Hawkins and Adonica Wilson
Speaker - Luanne Link on the topic of opening a stat lab within the Emergency Department.
ADJOURN at 13:30
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