Our members, volunteers, and customers have made CLSI a respected leader in developing standards that improve the quality of patient care.
CLSI’s newborn screening standards provide the critical guidance needed to detect potentially life-threatening and debilitating conditions for better outcomes and healthy, happy infants.
Through our educational resources and Global Health Partnerships program, CLSI helps clinical laboratories implement quality practices for better health worldwide.
The accreditation requirements of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) come from regulations, standards, guidelines, and expert opinion. CLSI documents are referenced 369 times—more than those of any other standards development organization. The 2014 edition of the CAP Checklists cites 91 different CLSI publications. The subject of this presentation will be how CLSI documents can help the laboratory prepare for CAP inspections.
Understanding the Cost of Quality in the Laboratory (QMS20-R) is a valuable report that provides guidance to a lab in understanding and managing the different types of quality costs that affect processes, services, and financial well-being.
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