Verichem Laboratories, Providence, RI, has expanded the test reporting options that it offers with its Calibration Verification Data Reduction Program. This unique program, offered at no charge to all customers, is an online, web-based data reduction package designed specifically for use with Verichem Laboratories’ broad line of clinical reference materials and verifiers. This essential program supports and generates all necessary statistics required within the clinical laboratory to satisfy current CLIA, CLSI, and CAP requirements for the calibration verification of clinical assays.
Verichem Laboratories’ Calibration Verification Data Reduction Program is an easy-to-use tool, requiring no special software or hardware to download or purchase. Users simply register online with a secure password, log in, enter their test results, submit the data, and print their final report instantaneously. There is no waiting for results, allowing labs to repeat and/or troubleshoot the same day, if necessary. The final reports generated are clear, concise, professional, and include the following modules: combined accuracy and linearity, linearity only, precision, assay precision with peer comparison, supplemental study data, and an analytical claims section, which summarizes and verifies assay test results.
The original module, which provides graded results for both accuracy and linearity, will remain available and provides the most stringent report selection. As for the two new report options, the first includes accuracy and linearity based on Pass/Fail, as opposed to a letter grade. The second new option will only report Pass/Fail assay linearity, with no claims of independent accuracy. These new report options offer more choices to satisfy the needs of all labs.
All other original test report sections, including peer comparison, will remain the same, while the analytical claims section will be tailored based on the report selected. Expert support is just a phone call away to answer questions regarding testing reports, along with access to Verichem’s extensive database to support troubleshooting performance issues. Verichem Laboratories says the availability of this program will address the needs of a wide variety of laboratory professionals, including those directly involved in clinical testing, as well as those engaged in the research, development, and manufacturing of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) products.
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