A new approach to quality control
from Clinical Laboratory News
When the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services finalized the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments regulations in 2003, many in the lab community expressed dissatisfaction with what was perceived as ambiguous and unscientific guidance on how to conduct quality control. While the regulations set basic requirements for testing external quality control materials, most laboratories found they needed to go above and beyond these standards to avoid quality problems.
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