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William N. DeSalvo III

William N. DeSalvo III

BS HTL(ASCP)

William N. DeSalvo III has 40+ years of experience in the Anatomic Pathology field, 36 years as a Registered Histotechnologist (HTL) by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), 11 years as a Clinical Histology Laboratory consultant and 12 years as a Product/Marketing Manager. He earned a degree in Biology/Chemistry from Southeast Missouri State University, received training in Six Sigma and LEAN methodologies for process improvement, an active practitioner of continuous process improvement, process improvement consultant and has developed a Quality Management System for the Histology and Anatomic Pathology laboratories. For the past 15 years, he has provided educational presentations and published multiple articles on process improvement, standardization and automation in the Histology laboratory to organizations and laboratories located in the USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, South Africa and Russia. He is currently working as an Anatomic Pathology System Manager, Consultant, Editorial Staff Member (Clinical Laboratory Products), Clinical Coordinator and Adjunct Faculty for the Applied Sciences Histotechnology Program for Phoenix College and has previously volunteered as an Executive Board Member and Membership Committee Chair (Digital Pathology Association).

Published Pieces by William N.

ケーススタディ (Knowledge Pathway)

Today’s hectic laboratory environment is driving the need to increase productivity while at the same time improving quality and patient safety.

ウェビナー (Knowledge Pathway)

This workshop will provide learnings/outcomes from implementation projects and identify opportunities for success and will provide the attendee a new understanding of how automation/ innovation can move your lab from niche application to integrated process.

ウェビナー (Knowledge Pathway)

There has always been pressure on the Histology Lab to do more with less money, less people and less time. Automation in Histology has somewhat stalled over the past few years and is difficult to implement. Automation is only a multi-disciplinary process to...