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Health System CEOs from across the US discovered three common themes, regardless of location and incidence of COVID-19, that health systems and their communities faced and are continuing to face during this pandemic. Find out why we need to focus on:
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Analyzing the laboratory with a Total Value of Ownership (TVO) methodology can unlock a wealth of possibilities to deliver value. Learn how three laboratories from around the world applied TVO to help them to reach their goals.
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) provides a structured approach to analyzing all direct and indirect instrument costs. Discover how several analytic platforms compare in three key areas: maintenance time, processing time and utility consumption.Read the Total Cost of Ownership White Paper
Most laboratories are aware of the direct costs for diagnostic equipment, however, they often fail to consider the total operational costs. Explore how one laboratory utilized Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) to provide value to its institution.
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Read about the optimal use of Sigma-metrics and their value to your laboratory. From best practices for collecting the data used to calculate it, to desirable implementation and operational implications.
Laboratories seek objective assessment and comparison of analytical methods and instrument performance. Learn the theoretical basis of how the Sigma-metric can be used as an assessment of analytical quality.Read six sigma for the laboratory
Understand why quality control matters in the healthcare system by reading about the basics of Six Sigma. Learn about its purpose in your clinical laboratory practice and the benefits in efficiency and budget management that can be achieved.
With increasing demand for improved accuracy and reliability of results, Six Sigma is revolutionizing how laboratories measure quality control. Six Sigma metrics can help you quantitatively assess assays and instruments to improve your laboratory's performance.Visit the Six Sigma page
The prevalence of Hepatitis C in Egypt was unlike any other country in the world. Discover why Egypt now appears to be on the path to successfully eliminating viral Hepatitis and how their approach can offer valuable lessons to other countries.Read the White paper
There is evidence that viral Hepatitis is a growing danger in Uganda. However, a lack of data made it difficult to create a strategic plan for the way forward. Learn about Uganda's multifaceted policy response to address this important issue.Read the White paper
The scale of Hepatitis C in Pakistan required elevation to a public health priority after past inadequate action, while Hepatitis B declined with a successful vaccination program. Explore Pakistan's renewed commitment to fighting both Hepatitis C and B.Read the White paper
Stay up-to-date with the latest regulations and medical uses for Biotin and develop your knowledge on assay interference that has the potential to result in false results that can be critical to patient safety and your laboratory practice.Read about Biotin Interference
Learn more about Biotin risks and find additional resources to help you stay aware of adverse events.
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Assessing Analytical Quality of HbA1c Assays Using Sigma Metrics
|HbA1c is a critical assay as a result of the worldwide diabetes epidemic. Read the study to view the analytical performance of four HbA1c commercial assays using accuracy based grading and Sigma metrics.|
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