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CAP Home > CAP Accreditation and Laboratory Improvement > Past Q-PROBES Studies > 2001 Q-PROBES Studies

  Past Q-PROBES Studies - 2001

 

Updated August 3, 2009

01-QP11 Anatomic Pathology Customer Satisfaction
Objective: Assess clinician satisfaction with anatomic pathology services and correlate it with performance improvement activities and customer support services.
  For more information about this study, see:
Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
2003;127:23-29
Instructions and Forms (PDF, 396 KB)

01-QP12 Specimen Collection Volumes for Clinical Laboratory Testing
Objective: Determine the amount of blood collected for routine clinical laboratory tests, identify factors associated with smaller volumes, and recommend opportunities for improvement.
  For more information about this study, see:
Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
2003;127:162-168
Instructions and Forms (PDF, 273 KB)

01-QP13 Point-of-Care Glucose Monitoring
Objective:

Analyze the accuracy and review the quality control practices of pint-of-care (POC) glucose results monitoring.

For more information about this study, see:
Instructions and Forms (PDF, 235 KB)
Data Analysis and Critique (PDF, 709 KB)

01-QP14 Laboratory Computer Availability
Objective: Monitor how frequently a laboratory loses vital computer functionality and identify the type of downtime (scheduled or unscheduled).
  For more information about this study, see:
Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
2003;127:157-161
Instructions and Forms (PDF, 285 KB)
 

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