On the sharp end

No mention of UKAS but hospital bosses are beginning to understand inspectionism – once they personally are on the sharp end of the “quality” inquisition.

Why do you not have an ISO certificate from your buffer supplier? That’s another non-compliance!

Pathology leaders and professional bodies have yet to have the experience that will enlighten them.  There’s more to accreditation than cosy chats over a conference lunch.

And it doesn’t work.

Gareth Iacobucci explains in the BMJ:

High level of scrutinyhttp:// 2016;353:i2701 doi: 10.1136/bmj.i2701

High level of scrutiny is crushing innovation BMJ Iacobucci2016


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