CRI® provides both “educational” and “consultative” services to healthcare professionals, with the goal of instructing and training these individuals in improving their skills and, ultimately, to perform higher quality services for the communities they serve. All of CRI®’s educational and consultative programs have one overriding goal, to improve laboratory medicine and the quality of patient care associated with the day-to-day operations of laboratory medicine.

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    2014 Live Webinars now available on Webinar CEExpress!

    Through CRI®’s LIVE Webinar series, healthcare professionals will be able to access subject content tailored to relevant industry topics. The entire 2014 LIVE Webinar series is now available as LabUnviersity Webinar CEexpress courses! These courses are created from previously presented Live CRI® Webinars to allow participants to obtain CE credit. The course links you to…


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    2015 IQCP Workshops

    Prepare to implement the new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) IQCP Interpretive Quality Control Guidelines. Presenters include Keynote speakers from leading Accrediting Organizations CMS and COLA! This full day workshop offers six (6) P.A.C.E.© credits…


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    Utilizing Mobile Technology to Upgrade Critical Value Reporting

    Irwin Rothenberg MBA, MS, MT(ASCP)October 17, 2016

    One of the key areas of laboratory to physician communication is that of reporting critical values. Since regulators and accreditation organizations define critical values as abnormal test results that are potentially life threatening and require a rapid response from caregivers, any steps taken to improve this process impacts the quality of patient care. This not…


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    Building Effective Educational Outreach to Other Allied Healthcare Professionals

    Irwin Rothenberg MBA, MS, MT(ASCP)September 21, 2016

    In a medical office setting, the general office staff are often part of the de facto laboratory operation due to their responsibilities related to initially seeing, and communicating with patients. This includes the intake and update of patient information, test ordering, specimen acquisition, labeling and initial handling, as well as post-analytic patient contact and data…


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