Making Sense of Integri-sense™ Technology

Making Sense of Integri-sense™ Technology: Comprehensive Quality Assurance Providing Sample Integrity at Each Analytical Stage

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1 Hour


Laboratory testing errors can occur throughout all phases of the testing process, with 62% of laboratory testing errors occurring during the pre-analytical stage.1,2

Healthcare faces ever-changing, complex challenges in quality management. Notably, these include the practice of adapting traditional lab standards to point-of-care testing (POCT), where errors are frequent during the pre-analytical phase.

This webinar's emphasis on CLIA quality standards and the integration of Integri-sense Technology within RAPIDPoint® 500e System seeks to illuminate the path toward enhanced quality management at the point of care. By examining the multifaceted aspects of quality assurance processes and technology's role in bolstering accuracy, this webinar endeavors to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to deliver precise and reliable patient outcomes.

  • Comprehensively examine CLIA requirements for laboratory testing
  • Identify and mitigate sources of error in the various stages of patient testing
  • Understand and use design attributes to mitigate risks in point-of-care testing
  • Explain best practices in the individual quality control plan

This webinar aims to clarify the pivotal role of these technologies in ensuring accurate quality management and reliability in point-of-care testing environments.

POC Coordinators, Laboratory Managers, Respiratory Therapists, Laboratory Supervisors, Laboratory Directors

Desiree Dunnett
Desiree Dunnett

Desiree Dunnett is a medical laboratory scientist and currently the global marketing lead for handheld blood gas at Siemens Healthineers. Before her time at Siemens Healthineers, Desiree worked at Cleveland Clinic for 10 years, spending 7 years as a point-of-care specialist. During her 7 years in POCT, Desiree oversaw several CLIA laboratories, including the launch of Mobile Stroke Unit.

Kathleen Sinkule
Kathleen Sinkule

Kathleen Sinkule is a registered respiratory therapist and is currently the global clinical marketing lead for blood gas at Siemens-Healthineers. Before her time at Siemens Healthineers, Kathleen worked for 25 years in several large metro Atlanta hospitals. Kathleen spent most of this time as a neonatal intensive care coordinator and system respiratory educator. In 2020, Kathleen transitioned her career to industry when she joined the Siemens Healthineers team as a clinical sales specialist.