Diagnostic Services Operations and Management

Contents

  1. Stakeholders’ Perspectives
  2. Introduction to the Diagnostic Units
  3. Clinical Laboratories
  4. Imaging Units
  5. Physical Assets
  6. Clinical Laboratory Department
  7. Manual laboratory equipment:
  8. Automated laboratory equipment:
  9. Imaging Department
  10. Human Assets
  11. Imaging Department
  12. Flows
  13. Imaging Department
  14. Managing a Diagnostic Unit
  15. Clinical Laboratory Department
  16. Turnaround time out- Material and services Staff turnover rates lier percentage (TAT
  17. Analysis TAT
  18. Management Decisions
  19. Key Management Issues in the Diagnostic Units
  20. Laboratory Turnaround Time
  21. Principles
  22. Practices
  23. Reducing Prelab TAT Reduce Workload
  24. Increase Capacity
  25. Increase Synchronization
  26. Reduce Variability
  27. Improve Sequencing
  28. Reducing Laboratory TAT
  29. Reduce Workload
  30. Increase Capacity
  31. Improve Synchronization
  32. Reduce Variability
  33. Improve Sequencing
  34. Reducing Postlab TAT
  35. Reduce Workload
  36. Increase Capacity
  37. Improve Synchronization
  38. Reduce Variability
  39. Improve Sequencing
  40. Case: Reducing TAT in Anatomic Pathology at University of Michigan Hospital
  41. Principles
  42. Principle (Waiting Time Psychology):
  43. Practices
  44. /Reduce pmtexam time
  45. Reduce Preexam Time Reduce Workload
  46. Increase Capacity
  47. Increase Utilization
  48. Improve Synchronization
  49. Reduce Variability
  50. Improve Sequencing
  51. Reduce Post exam Time Reduce Workload
  52. Increase Capacity
  53. Improve Synchronization
  54. Reduce Variability
  55. Improve Sequencing
  56. Laboratory Errors
  57. Principles
  58. Practices
  59. Pre-preanalytic stage
  60. Preanalytic stage
  61. Analytic stage
  62. Postanalytic stage
  63. Post-postanalytic stage
  64. Accelerated retest pf
  65. Heve protocols
  66. Provide ph/et›otomists with test-specific patient requirements
  67. Case: Reducing Surgical Pathology Misidentification Errors in the Henry Ford H
  68. Stakeholders’ Perspectives

 

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