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A LEAN Approach to Pap Processing: Spinning into the Future with BD

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019, 1PM–2PM ET

Melissa Randolph

Webinar presenter Melissa Randolph, BS, SCT (ASCP), Cytopathology Supervisor, Indiana University Health, details the transformation of LEAN processes within an academic facility that have allowed us to virtually eradicate the unsatisfactory rate and reduce the ASC-US rate, all while maintaining LEAN staffing and significant walkaway advantages. She discusses the call to action to switch to BD SurePath™ from ThinPrep®, the systematic process of changing from Semi-Automated Processing to BD Totalys™ System Processing, pain points that drove the decision to continue with automation, and future endeavors enabled by BD Totalys™ System and the effect on processing staff over a five-year period. This on-demand webinar originally broadcast April 2, 2019.

Moderated by: Bob McGonnagle, Publisher, CAP TODAY

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The webinar is made possible by a special educational grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb.


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