How much is not enough? How much is too much? Creating a comprehensive and meaningful internal assessment program can seem like a daunting project, especially if you are trying to do it alone! This session will focus on practical quality audits that any transfusion service can develop, schedule, and perform that meet accreditation requirements for self-assessment, add value to your quality program by uncovering problem areas to focus on, and promote ongoing quality improvement. Examples of various internal audits and easy-to-follow audit tools will be shared, as well as tips on how to grow and maintain your self-assessment program by utilizing your own team members as assessors with the goal of maximizing the benefits to be gained from a robust internal quality audit program. You can do this!!! We're here to help you.
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Review accreditation requirements for an internal assessment program.
Identify various internal audits that best measure performance.
Utilize strategies for creating audit tools that are easy to use and encourage the development of your staff’s quality detective skills.
Discuss helpful tips on how to strengthen and maintain your internal assessment program.
MLS(ASCP)BB, CLS(CA), CQA(ASQ),
Valley Children’s Hospital and Healthcare
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AM21-42: Creating a Meaningful Self-Assessment Program for Your Transfusion Service Evaluation