The Value of Extended Availability
How QC materials with long-term stability can stabilize the laboratory
Samuel Reichberg, MD, PhD, FCAP | | Quick Read
sponsored by Technopath
If you could improve one thing about your laboratory technical operations, what would it be? As someone with decades of clinical laboratory experience, I’ve found analytical quality control (QC) to place some of the highest demands on laboratory professionals engaged in the unrelenting effort to keep analytical error rates low.
QC materials are one of the most important tools used by the 24 clinical laboratories in our healthcare network to harmonize test results. Because different lots of QC materials have different analyte concentrations, we use the same lots throughout the network – so you can imagine the complexity of coordinating simultaneous transitions.
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