[Histonet] Quality Management Monitors

Kim Donadio one_angel_secret <@t> yahoo.com
Tue Jan 10 18:16:21 CST 2012

On this specific function I've always used a form that goes out with the first few trays. On that form about an Average of 10% daily cases is picked from these first few trays. The sheet ask. Microtomy good or poor with a comment area for cases chosen as poor.has who cut it as well The pathologist checks this form off with the first few trays each morning. I track for trends and can get a number To use for QM meetings

You will need to decide what % you want to track. Hope this helps. 
Kim D

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On Jan 10, 2012, at 5:06 PM, "Knutson, Deanne" <DKnutson <@t> primecare.org> wrote:

> In looking through my 2012 plan for QM monitors, I would be interested to hear from any of you on how your department may monitor the microtomy bench or embedding bench for quality?  I am not talking productivity, but quality.  How can we monitor these benches to help staff improve the quality of their work?  I don't want this to be punitive, but a learning experience for all.
> Thank you in advance for any ideas that you may be able to share!
> Deanne Knutson
> Anatomic Pathology Supervisor
> St. Alexius Medical Center
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