Common Sense Implementation of QMS in the Clinical Laboratory

Common Sense Implementation of QMS in the Clinical Laboratory

A Software Guided Approach

M Amano, R Bredt, T Freeman, M Colby


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This book explains how SaaS works and lists and describes many common misconceptions and pitfalls that laboratories have about implementing Quality Management Systems (QMS). By walking the reader through all ISO 15189 Standards and describing each in detail, we can show how to implement them in common sense and meaningful ways. This book demonstrates to clinical laboratories how to combine the rigor of international standards with the inherent benefits of contemporary cloud-based software systems so that they can involve the entire laboratory in making quality a shared habit.

  • Foreword
  • Background and Introduction
  • Initial Preparation
  • Laboratory Director
  • Personnel
  • Education
  • Facilities
  • Laboratory Information Systems
  • Sample Collection
  • Quality Assurance
  • Technical
  • Audit
  • Authors and Contributors
  • Index

Readership: Biomedical researchers including professional researchers (basic scientists, clinician-scientists), research assistants, and laboratory technical staff; students and teachers in biomedical studies (undergraduate, masters, doctoral students); pharmaceutical and biotechnological industry personnel; health legislation executives and administrators.Saas Solutions;LEAP Software, Quality Assurance;Quality Management Systems0Key Features:
  • Helps practitioners understand and implement standards from The College of American Pathologists (CAP) and ISO 15189