[Histonet] LEAN Processes/ new lab
Rene J Buesa
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Fri Jan 28 10:38:39 CST 2011
1-Make sure that your instruments are located in the same sequence as your procedure allowing the readily transfer of specimens between them.
2-Get a tissue processor and processing protocol that will allow you to spend the same time preparing and processing the specimens, as the time it takes you to finish the slides.
3-Write cassettes and slides automatic, and reader for both in each cutting station.
4-Automate staining (all types) and coverslipping, and
5-Delegate all non technical tasks to assistants
--- On Fri, 1/28/11, Nancy Schmitt <nancy_schmitt <@t> pa-ucl.com> wrote:
From: Nancy Schmitt <nancy_schmitt <@t> pa-ucl.com>
Subject: [Histonet] LEAN Processes/ new lab
To: "histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu" <histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
Date: Friday, January 28, 2011, 9:47 AM
I am looking for input, pros and cons or anything else you can offer. We are designing a new histology lab to move to and I am interested in how others have handled this along with using LEAN processes. What would you do differently? What would you do the same? Are you in the tri-state (IA, WI, MN) area and open to visitors?
Thank you in advance for your thoughts-
Nancy Schmitt MLT, HT (ASCP)
United Clinical Laboratories
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