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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

BIOETHICS AND MEDICAL RELEVANCE FOR CLINICAL LABORATORIES

  

PROMECAL is  an educational, non profit, voluntary program for laboratories willing

 to participate solving the inherent problem of unaffordable costs of Accreditation and Certification Programs.

The central feature of this program is that it provides sustention to be treated on the basis of a principle of

suitability and competition, in order to be carried out exclusively among peer connoisseurs,

between authentic Clinical Laboratory Professionals.

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DESCRIPTION

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PROMECAL arises on the principles of bioethical and medical relevance with extensive knowledge and

experience on Clinical Laboratory Science, providing two basic tools.

1. 2013.001 GUIDELINE: Guide for Clinical Laboratory Quality: Bioethics and Medical Relevance.

2. 2013.001 CHECKLIST: Audit For Analysis Of Clinical Laboratories, Bioethics, Quality, and Medical Relevance.

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SCOPE AND PURPOSE

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The Guideline for Clinical Laboratory: Bioethics, Quality and Medical Relevance has great

importance since it summarizes the specifications that must be met for the organization and operation of the

Medical Laboratories under PROMECAL. The Guide was developed based on five basic references, five

premises, and an accurate glossary.

FUNDAMENTS

1. MEDICAL RELEVANCE

2. FITNESS

3. DICHOTOMY

4. AUDIT

5. RECOGNITION

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PROMECAL has this internet support where you will find several

freely available tools including:

 

1. AUDIT: STRUCTURE, PROCESS AND PERFORMANCE

2. MEDICAL RELEVANCE EXERCISES

3. DIPLOMA ON BIOETHICS, QUALITY AND MEDICAL RELEVANCE

4. IMPROVEMENT PLAN

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CONCLUSION

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Our Mission is to collaborate with Clinical Laboratory Professionals reliably; detecting and exploiting

improvement opportunities, providing a comprehensive system including planning, organization

development and control through training Programs, counseling and assistance using the latest

technology with effectiveness in order to be capable to continually improve the quality

and opportunity in decision-making, to ensure that participants report reliable results that

minimize risks and costs for the benefit of their patients and customers.

GUIDELINE: PROMECAL.2018.002.ENGLISH VERSION < >

BUMJ: INFORMATICS AND HEALTH. 1989 - 2018

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Dr. Arturo Manlio Terrés Speziale.

aterres@qualitat.cc

aterres@alapacml.net

Born in Mexico City on February 20, 1953. Graduated at the Faculty of Medicine UNAM in 1978. Revalidated Title in ECFMG-USA. Post Graduate Specialty in

Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at CMN-IMSS with the recognition of UNAM and Clinical Pathology Specialty Board. Postgraduate Thesis dealt with

Septicaemia, Blood Culture and Mechanisms of Resistance to Antibiotics. Revalidated Postgraduate studies at NBME-USA. Training Courses at Max Finland Institute, Boston

Massachusetts, Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota and Baylor University Medical Centre Dallas, Texas. Including Diplomas on Strategic Management of Health Services,

Quality Assurance and Accreditation (JCAH), Advanced Six Sigma Biostatistics, Reengineering, Analytical Quality Control, Information Technology and Telematics,

among other.

Founder of the Clinical Laboratory and the Blood Bank as well as the Specialty and the Pathology Division at American British Cowdray Hospital, with recognition of UNAM.

Former Director and Advisor of several National Clinical Laboratories including Hospitals, Reference Laboratories and Private Laboratories as well as Research and

Development Advisor of several Transnational Companies of Diagnostics and Health Informatics. Leading member of the Coordinating Group of the Mexican Program for

Certification of Clinical Laboratories that gave rise to the Official Mexican Standard NOM-166. Collaborator of the Project of "Quality Improvement of Clinical

Laboratories of Latin America" developed by AMBC-IFCC-COLABIOCLI-PAHO. Member of the Technology Committee of NCCLS-USA. Has represented WASPaLM

at PAHO collaborating in the promotion of het Ethics Code for Clinical Laboratories of Latin America.

Awarded with the National Research Prize "Dr. Luis Rodríguez Villa "in 1991, 1994 and 1997. Author and Co-Author of three books and more than one hundred scientific

articles published in national and international medical journals. Editor of Anales Médicos del Hospital ABC 1989-1992. Co-Editor of the Latin American Journal of

Clinical Pathology. Has lectured innumerable courses and conferences inside and outside the Mexico.

Currently holds the position of General Director of the External Quality Assessment Scheme www.qualitat.cc ISO / IEC 17043: 2010,
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serving more than 2000 laboratories throughout Mexico.

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