Newly Launched RIQAS Website Makes EQA Even Simpler for Laboratories Worldwide
News Mar 04, 2013
Randox has announced the launch of a new look website dedicated to its world renowned EQA scheme, RIQAS.
RIQAS.com provides everything users need to know about the Randox International Quality Assessment Scheme (RIQAS).
Information is presented on well designed pages with simple navigation to easily find what users are looking for.
For laboratories interested in learning more about RIQAS and how to introduce the scheme to their organization, a step by step guide to getting started is provided in addition to a breakdown of the reports.
For current RIQAS users, the website provides useful information on all programmes available as well as all the latest new RIQAS developments and updates.
The new RIQAS website is not solely for laboratories who are current RIQAS users; it will also provide an excellent resource for laboratories who want to learn more about what EQA is, the objectives of an EQA programme and how it can benefit the laboratory.
The advantages of implementing an EQA programme are clearly presented, with the importance of EQA in point-of-care testing also highlighted.
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