MT14- Health Information System helped me gain a deeper understanding with what goes in the administrative side of the laboratory. With activities related to knowing and creating policies and manuals I’ve learned the tedious process which goes behind a well-functioning clinical laboratory. The creation of our own Virtual Lab also enlightened me…[Read more]
“Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.”
MT14 (Lec) – BB
What did you learn in MT14 Health Information System for Med Lab Science?
This subject gave me valuable insights and essential knowledge that I will forever appreciate and be grateful for. Firstly, I learned how to create laboratory manual, which I know is a valuable asset for my future endeavors. Secondly, I understood the i…[Read more]
I have gained invaluable insights within the health information system side of the course. I now understand the purpose and components of health information systems and how they help make work inside the laboratory more efficient, especially in tracking patients and information. In making the laboratory manual, I learned that…[Read more]
The importance of Material Management
– By ensuring that supplies are available when needed and in the appropriate quantities, material management is essential to an organization’s performance. By preventing material overstocking or understocking, it helps to limit waste and cut costs.
Worksheet 2 – Peripheral Smears
Database for E-techs 4 Med’s Docs ▸ Worksheet 2 - Peripheral Smears
This worksheet contains the Peripheral blood smear laboratory results of my patient Chavez, John Kenneth.
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