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Quality Assurance in the Hematology Laboratory

Overview

In this webinar, Sten discusses some of the current quality control (QC) practices in hematology, and adopt QC best practices to optimize the “Westgard Rules” for hematology parameters.

 

Speaker

Sten Westgard, MS
Director of Client Services and Technology, Westgard Quality Control

 

Objectives
  • Recognize poor QC practices in hematology
  • Adopt best QC practices
  • Optimize the “Westgard Rules” for hematology parameters
  • Adjust QC frequency to account for the Sigma-metric performance of the test
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CONTRIBUTORS

Contributor
Sten Westgard, MS
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