[Histonet] Specimen Tracking for courier

Cynthia Pyse cpyse <@t> x-celllab.com
Thu Nov 3 10:13:02 CDT 2011

I would be interested in everyone responses.


Cindy Pyse, CLT, HT (ASCP)
Laboratory Manger
X-Cell Laboratories
e-mail cpyse <@t> x-celllab.com

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Subject: [Histonet] Specimen Tracking for courier

I'm curious what methods other labs are using to track specimens that
couriers pick up from clinic locations to ensure safe delivery to the lab.
We currently utilize a logbook at the clinic site that the courier signs
when they take the specimen but I have heard there are barcoded systems
available out there as well. What works? What doesn't?  Appreciate your


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