Guidelines for Implementing an Electronic Crossmatch

  • ID: 2366447
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 34 Pages
  • AABB
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This Guideline explains the practical aspects of switching from serologic techniques to electronic procedures for crossmatching. After a description of the advantages of the electronic crossmatch, as well as the hurdles that remain for those wishing to make the change, the document addresses the details of process design. Included are discussions of positive patient identification, accurate data entry, specimen requirements, unit type confirmation, override functions, key aspects of training/competency assessment, computer validation, billing issues and performing a hazard analysis.
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Foreword
Introduction
Requirements
Process Design
Hazard Analysis
Computer System Validation
Billing and Reimbursement Issues
Implementation
Conclusion
References
Additional Resources
Appendix A Checklist of Computer System Electronic
Crossmatch Functionality
Appendix B Adaptation of the CBER “Computer
Crossmatch Reviewer’s Checklist”
Appendix C Perspectives in Patient Identification
Appendix D SOPs Related to Performance of the
Electronic Crossmatch
Appendix E Implementation Readiness Checklist
Index
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