Lab Management

Interim Management

Xmacode, LLC employs industry experts with years of experience in the day-to-day management of complex laboratory operations. For organizations facing critical gaps in personnel, Xmacode,LLC can provide the following interim management - even on short notice - until permanent personnel can be identified, hired, and trained:

  • Compliance Officer
  • Lab Manager
  • Billing Manager
  • Outreach management
  • Controller
  • CFO
  • IT Manager

Staffing & Benchmarking

One of the most significant fixed costs to in a clinical or hospital-based laboratory is the labor component. The way in which this valuable commodity is used (or underused) dramatically impacts the margins and financial health of the laboratory. Xmacode, LLC appreciates the critical importance of the labor component and has developed a number of proprietary tools - using industry benchmark information - to maximize full-time equivalent (FTE) employees while maintaining high quality results. These proprietary tools also assist with pathology staffing and compensation.

Xmacode, LLC uses these tools extensively in our operational assessments and provides impactful results to our clients when advising them upon their particular labor requirements.

Compensation Analysis

Without question, Pathologist compensation is one of the most highly controversial issues impacting employee satisfaction in laboratories today. Xmacode, LLC has been called upon on a number of occasions to analyze and assist in the design of compensation and productivity models for all types of physician specialties.

Xmacode, LLC offers professionals experienced in developing creative base salary recommendations, along with aligned incentive production and compensation.

Workflow Analysis

Clinical and pathology laboratories play one of the most pivotal roles in delivering proper medical care today. Without the accurate and timely information provided by today's laboratory professionals, physicians would not have the information necessary to provide adequate patient treatment. Because of this, it is imperative for laboratories to continually improve operational performance and laboratory efficiency.