The Quality Control Module gathers data, enforces QC procedures and extracts results to ensure accuracy and reduce future risk.
Accuracy and Incident reports are records of all events that are not part of routine medical care. The system helps in gathering data on all events that are not part of routine medical care in hospitals for both research and quality assurance purposes. By analysing the data entered in the system, hospitals can reduce the risk of future incidents.
The QC Module automates and enforces lab quality control procedures to ensure result accuracy. It combines ongoing internal QC and harmonisation with specialist external QC programs, analysing patient results averages and applying predefined user rules in accordance with lab and manufacturer target values.
It automatically extracts QC results from analyser interfaces and issues alerts or flags based on QS status, including preventing automatic confirmation of results. It includes the ability to use live patient results as an ongoing control and can analyze daily average, median and standard deviations on live patient results and live results distribution graphs.
- Supports internationally recognised standards Westguard rules.
- Provides complete support for all standard graphs such as Levy-Jennings, Simultaneous multiple graph views (cross control, cross analyse).
- Enables easy comparisons, and filters can be set to allow lab managers to quickly isolate problems.
- A flexible documentation mechanism traces analyses, corrective actions, instruments status, logs, comments, or other instrument related activity.