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March 24-27, 2014
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
CLSI document AUTO12—Specimen Labels: Content and Location, Fonts, and Label Orientation, was developed and published in 2011 with the sole purpose of lowering the incidence of mislabeled specimens in laboratories. Both The Joint Commission and the College of American Pathologists are expected to add the standard to their checklists within one to two years. In this webinar, two of the principal authors of the standard will discuss what you need to do to lower your error rates and prepare for future regulatory inspections.
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Now Available—CLSI’s EP23 Online Workshop! A fun and interesting way to meet the new IQCP requirements recommended by CMS.
03.06.14CLSI Releases New Molecular Methods Standards—MM09-A2 and MM22-A
03.05.14CLSI Announces Education Sessions for the 2014 CLSI Leadership Conference and Educational Symposium