Medica Corporation’s EasyCell® assistant Competency Review Software Integrates Evaluations of Laboratory Technologists into Daily Routine

Medica Corporation’s EasyCell® assistant Competency Review Software Integrates Evaluations of Laboratory Technologists into Daily Routine

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Medica Corporation’s Competency Review Software for its easily integrates evaluations of technologists into the lab’s daily routine.

With the software, an instructor can easily train and evaluate the expertise of a laboratory technologist in classifying white cells and red cell morphology — for performance improvement or periodic recertification. The software is an excellent tool for improving or standardizing a technologist’s performance.

Medica’s Competency Review Software is available as an optional feature of Medica’s EasyCell assistant. The EasyCell assistant automates and simplifies the cell differential process by locating and preclassifying normal white blood cells.

Features of the Competency Review Software include:

Medica’s Competency Review Software is available immediately.

The EasyCell assistant typically reduces active sample review times up to 50% over the manual differentiation process while improving technologist’s efficiency, accuracy, and precision. Cutting the time required to perform manual blood cell differentials and suggesting normal cells enables technologists to quickly review the suggested classifications — and then devote more time to the analysis of abnormal cells.

For more information, contact Medica Corporation by phone at +1-781-275-4892, email at , or on the Web at .

Medica Corporation is a leading provider of easy-to-use, easy-to-maintain, low-cost blood testing analyzers. Based in Bedford, Massachusetts, U.S.A., the company is focused on the global need to reduce the cost and improve the quality of health care. Medica’s products include the EasyRA® clinical chemistry analyzer, EasyLyte® electrolyte analyzer, EasyBloodGas™ analyzer and EasyCell assistant. For more information, visit .

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