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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    Radio Frequency ID Technology (RFID): No More Specimen Hide and Seek

    Irwin Rothenberg MBA, MS, MT(ASCP)July 25, 2016

    Radio Frequency Identification is a wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields that transfer data for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags containing electronically stored information attached to objects. An RFID system has two basic components: a reader and one or more uniquely identifiable tags. The reader can wirelessly interact with the tags…


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    Value Based Mobile Technology

    Irwin Rothenberg MBA, MS, MT(ASCP)June 24, 2016

    The convergence of two powerful forces are changing the practice of laboratory medicine in ways never imagined a generation ago. These twin forces are the movement to value-based healthcare from the fee for service model, and the rapid development of mobile technology allowing for continuous healthcare monitoring of patients beyond the clinical setting. The central…


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