QC in POCT: Where Do We Go From Here?

November 19, 2019

This webinar is presented by Marcia L. Zucker, PhD. Marcia Zucker is an independent consultant specializing in all aspects of point of care diagnostics.

Recording and slides

About this webinar

POCCs have been living with the reality of IQCP for almost 5 years, but the field keeps changing. New systems are launched in the marketplace with built-in QC features, new systems are launched without available liquid QC products, new personnel are given responsibility over POCT QC.

This session will provide an overview of where we are and how we can move forward in a compliant manner sorting through all the different QC options. It also discusses best practices in implementation of new devices and incorporating clinician/operator involvement in creating policies and procedures.

About the speaker

Marcia Zucker is an independent consultant specializing in all aspects of point of care diagnostics. She completed her bachelor’s degree at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Ph.D. at Princeton University and post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University. She lectures both nationally and internationally on point of care applications and maintains affiliations with several professional associations.

Marcia is a past- Chair and remains active in the AACC Critical and Point of Care Testing Division, is a member of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) Expert Panel on Point-of-Care Testing and Chair of the document development committee for POCT14 - Point of Care Coagulation Testing.

Who should attend?

  • Laboratory Administrators
  • Medical Technologists
  • POCC’s
  • RT’s
  • Nurses

This webinar will:

  • Modify current QC processes as the need arises
  • Implement new QC practices when implementing new POC devices
  • Develop individual quality control plans that answer both laboratory and clinician needs


This session is approved for 1 Florida CE credit.
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel approved #50-12563.

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