ISO 15189: Boost Your Lab’s Clinical and Financial Performance

In the United States, interest in “ISO 15189: Medical Laboratories” is growing fast. Some of the nation’s most innovative clinical laboratory organizations are already accredited to ISO 15189 and report exciting benefits from this achievement.

The list of ISO 15189-accredited labs in the United States is impressive, ranging from health-system labs like Avera McKennan Laboratories to large commercial laboratories such as the Laboratory Corporation of America. Large or small, leaders from these labs are enthusiastic about the gains from ISO 15189 accreditation.

Now you and your lab team can learn all the essentials of ISO 15189 and how it can propel your laboratory-testing organization to higher levels of quality and operational excellence. This exceptional event from The Dark Report and Dark Daily lets you to hear directly from the three leading ISO 15189 accrediting bodies in North America — all at one time and in one place! Each organization offers a unique perspective and resources that will help your laboratory decide how to pursue ISO 15189 accreditation.

The panel of experts explains why, since its introduction just 7 years ago, ISO 15189 has emerged as the premier global quality-management system (QMS). Find out how ISO 15189 boosts the ability of every clinical lab and pathology group to meet and exceed the ever-tougher international standards for technical quality and competence in medical laboratory testing.

ISO 15189 accreditation is important because it provides proof that your lab is competent to deliver accurate and reliable test results to patients and healthcare providers. It’s recognized by the thousands of employers, customers, payers, and even patients — themselves employees of ISO-compliant organizations — as validation of your laboratory’s quality and integrity.

This is the first audio conference that lets you hear from all three organizations in North America that offer ISO 15189 accreditation. Find out which one is right for your lab. Explore the criteria that you’ll need to consider before choosing an accrediting body. And, of course, what each of these organizations will require from you.

In addition, you’ll get practical advice and useful insights into the accreditation process. Each speaker will share lessons learned from their clients’ labs. You’ll come away with invaluable do’s and don’ts that will help your lab achieve full ISO 15189 accreditation.

Whether you’re a laboratory director, manager or administrator, quality manager or pathologist — anyone who needs to understand the key benefits of investing in ISO15189 — this is one audio conference you won’t want to miss.

Presenters include:

  • Julie Coffey, Staff Technologist and Quality Manager, Ontario Laboratory Accreditation;
  • Gregory Cooper, CLS, MHA, Principal, W. Gregory Cooper LLC; and
  • Caroline Maurer, Director CAP15189, College of American Pathologists.

Invest just 90 minutes of your time and get a comprehensive introduction to ISO 15189. Register today to guarantee your participation.

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