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Improving patient care: the TMC Way

Since becoming a part of the Unilabs family last year, we know we have a unique opportunity to improve the lives of millions of patients across Europe through our combined expertise and skill-sets. As with any business, it is vital that we continue to attract the best talent available to deliver the highest quality of patient care, clinical accuracy and customer service. But, we also operate in a competitive market, so we need a compelling proposition to stand out from the crowd.

That’s why earlier this year, TMC’s Director of People and Values, Sebastian Ross, began working on a new video which will help us to build our brand, explain our business and communicate our core values to a wider audience of potential stakeholders. The video is a great way for us to share our vision, which we believe will prove to be an attractive and compelling proposition for potential clients, partners and doctors to join our team.

According to Sebastian: “While we’ve aimed the video primarily at doctors, we also wanted it to work hard for us through more general messages that would be accessible to a wider audience as we build and share our story more widely, so we will also send it proactively to candidates as part of the recruitment process to help potential candidates and partners get a real sense of who we are and what we stand for.

“Implementing the “TMC Way” within the Unilabs Group gives us a great opportunity to improve the lives of millions of patients in Europe. That’s the big chance we saw last year when Unilabs wanted to acquire us and it is now becoming a practical reality. Evidence supports our passionate belief that working as part of a sub-specialised collaborative network increases quality and accuracy. The Unilabs team have already begun this process of transformation, with our Swedish radiology team now working in Optemis under TMC standards. I’d like to thank our Swedish colleagues and our strategy council for all their input and contributions along the way”.

If you’d like to see a short video that looks at how radiology will need to face gaps in capacity and expertise.

The conclusion is that collaborative network technology could play a growing role in helping radiology to adapt to these challenges. Why not take a look and let us know what you think?


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