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Designing an Appropriate QC Procedure for Your Lab

It is easy to get caught up in an abundance of QC statistics and forget the fundamental reason why QC exists in the first instance. QC is about detecting errors and ensuring that the results you produce are accurate and reliable. All QC procedures should focus on reducing the risk of harm to the patient. We are not examining statistics; we are examining real patients, real results and real lives. Around 70% of all medical decisions are based on laboratory results, which is why it is of utmost importance that each and every laboratory, has a well-designed QC procedure in place.

This white paper will arm you with these 5 simple steps, to esnure that you are on the way to producing an effective and simple QC strategy, reducing the risk of harm to your patients. 

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