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CRI Lab Quality Advisor

Building Effective Educational Outreach
September 21, 2016 2:57 PM by Irwin Rothenberg
In a medical office setting, the general office staff is often part of the de facto laboratory operation due to their responsibilities related to initially seeing and communicating with patients. This includes the intake and update of patient information, Read More...
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Millennials Redefine Quality
August 31, 2016 4:23 PM by Irwin Rothenberg
The impact of Millennials’ interpretations and expectations of quality service from the healthcare profession in general—and laboratories in particular—continues to grow with each passing year. Now the largest generation demographically, Millennials are Read More...
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Managing Your Inventory
February 22, 2016 11:52 AM by Irwin Rothenberg
The importance of properly managing inventory so that supplies for all phases of testing in your laboratory are available, accessible and in-date is critical, not only for providing quality patient care, but for the fiscal solvency, operational efficiency, Read More...
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Adding New Staff to an Old Team
October 6, 2015 8:00 AM by Irwin Rothenberg
Sometimes, you have the good fortune to find qualified staff within a short time to replace those who have left, minimizing the disruption to your daily routine. More often than not, it takes a while to find the “right” person for your lab. In the meantime, Read More...
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Different Shifts, Different Worlds -- Part I: Consistency Between Shifts
October 20, 2014 11:38 AM by Irwin Rothenberg
Have you noticed that when you work a different shift, it almost feels like you are working in a different lab? Whether we compare day/evening, evening/night or night/day interfaces, we often have different priorities, different responsibilities and different Read More...
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Not Another STAT, Please!
April 29, 2014 10:46 AM by Nancy Alers
Recently, CRI had a webinar, titled “Effective Laboratory Utilization: New Health Care Models,” and somehow the word utilization made me think of STATs. It made me remember the years when I was right out of lab school and was often stressed out every Read More...
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There IS an 'I' in Teamwork
March 7, 2013 1:59 PM by Nancy Alers
I don't think anybody who enlists in the military fully understands what to expect while in basic training. I sure didn't! It's not until you step foot in a compartment full of strangers, all from different backgrounds, and you are presented with the Read More...
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