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Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) for Dermatology Manual

Ensure your practice is ready for an inspection with this exclusive AADA manual covering the latest CLIA regulations. Back in stock in January!
Item # PME21
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  • Overview

    The CLIA manual will help you understand the latest CLIA regulations and review the inspection process to provide you tailored information for a variety of dermatology tests.

    Model quality control forms for equipment and the following tests are covered:

    • Histopathology-Mohs surgery
    • Potassium hydroxide (KOH) examination of skin, hair or nails
    • Fungal culture/Dermatophyte Test Medium (DTM)
    • Cytodiagnosis of Molluscum Contagiosum
    • Microscopic hair shaft evaluation
    • Tzanck (cytodiagnostic) smear

    Complimentary eBook along with customizable policy and procedure templates available on Your Account page after purchase. Sample forms on CD-ROM also included with manual.

  • Specifications

    # of pages: 343
    Publisher: American Academy of Dermatology 
    Templates and sample forms included on CD  
    Format: Coil Bond
    Item#: PME21

  • Table of Contents
    1. Introduction
      • Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)
        • How to Use This Manual
    2. I. Section I
      • Regulatory Overview
        • CLIA Regulations Related to Quality Assessment
        • CLIA Regulations Related to Quality Control
        • CLIA Regulations Related to Proficiency Testing
        • CLIA Regulations Related to Patient Test Management
    3. II. Section II
      • Laboratory Classifications
        • Exhibit I: CLIA Application for Certification
    4. III. Section III
      • Laboratory Procedure Manual
        • Introduction
        • Model Laboratory Procedure Manual for Dermatology Practices
        • Form 1: Microscope Use Protocol
        • Form 2: Microscope Maintenance Record
        • Form 2: Microscope Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 3: Cryostat and Microtome Use Protocol
        • Form 4: Cryostat / Microtome Maintenance Record
        • Form 4: Cryostat / Microtome Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 5: Refrigerator Use Protocol
        • Form 6: Refrigerator Maintenance Record
        • Form 6: Refrigerator Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 7: Fume Hood Use Protocol
        • Form 8: Fume Hood Maintenance Record
        • Form 8: Fume Hood Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 9: Thermostat-Controlled Water Bath Use Protocol
        • Form 10: Water Bath Maintenance Record
        • Form 10: Water Bath Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 11: Drying / Microwave Oven Use Protocol
        • Form 12: Drying / Microwave Oven Maintenance Record
        • Form 12: Drying / Microwave Oven Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 13: Thermostat-Controlled Paraffin Embedding Station / Automated Stainer / Automated Fixation, Dehydration, and Paraffin Embedding Processor Use Protocol
        • Form 14: Thermostat-Controlled Paraffin Embedding Station / Automated Stainer/ Automated
        • Fixation, Dehydration, and Paraffin Embedding Processor Maintenance Record
        • Form 14: Thermostat-Controlled Paraffin Embedding Station / Automated Stainer/ Automated
        • Fixation, Dehydration, and Paraffin Embedding Processor Maintenance Record (Example)
        • Form 15: pH Meter Use Protocol
        • Form 16: pH Meter Maintenance and Calibration Record
        • Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) 5
        • Form 16: pH Meter Maintenance and Calibration Record (Example)
        • Form 17: Repair and Service Companies — Laboratory Equipment
        • Form 18: Room and Temperature Log Sheet
        • Form 18: Room and Temperature Log Sheet (Example)
        • Procedure and Form 1: Ectoparasites
        • Procedure and Form 2: Potassium Hydroxide (KOH) Examination of Skin, Hair, or Nails
        • Procedure and Form 3: Vaginal Wet Preparation/Potassium Hydroxide (KOH) Examination
        • Procedure and Form 4: Tzanck (Cytodiagnostic) Smear
        • Procedure and Form 5: Fungal Culture/Dermatophyte Test Medium (DTM)
        • Procedure and Form 6: Staining Procedures
        • Procedure and Form 7: Cytodiagnosis of Molluscum Contagiosum
        • Procedure and Form 8: Microscopic Hair Shaft Evaluation
        • Procedure and Form 9: Histopathology
        • Procedure and Form 10: Histopathology — Mohs Surgery
    5. IV. Section IV
      • Quality Assessment Manual
        • Model Quality Assessment Plan
        • General Laboratory Quality Systems
        • Confidentiality Of Patient Information
        • Specimen Identification And Integrity
        • Complaint Investigation
        • Communications
        • Personnel Competency Assessment
        • Proficiency Testing Policy
        • Safety
        • Preanalytic Quality Systems
        • Test Request
        • Specimen Collection, Submission, Handling, And Referral
        • Analytic Systems
        • Procedure Manual
        • Test Systems
        • Environment, Instruments, Reagents, Materials, And Supplies
        • Performance Specifications
        • Maintenance And Function Checks
        • Calibration/Calibration Verification
        • Quality Control
        • Comparison Of Test Results
        • Corrective Actions
        • Test Records
        • Postanalytical Systems
        • Test Reports
        • Normal Values
        • Alert Values
        • Error Report
        • Electronic Systems
        • American Academy of Dermatology
    6. V. Section V
      • Proficiency Testing
    7. VI. Section VI
      • The Inspection Process
        • Preparing for and Responding to a Laboratory Survey
        • Part 1: Preparing for a Laboratory Survey
        • Part 2: Responding to a Laboratory Survey
    8. VII.Section VII
      • Training Materials for Staff