Re: histology productivity

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From:Mick Rentsch <> (by way of histonet)
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Suggest you get in contact with our Canadian cousins and their CAP system,
or Workload Unit Recording System; while it will give you a figure for
assessment purposes in terms of productivity, you will not necessarily be
able to compare it to other institutions, as you Lab. will have its' own
intrinsic quirks, its true value lies in historical comparisons within your
own lab and is a valuble management tool to allow forcasting of consumables
workload rosters etc. To attempt to apply these systems to individuals is I
believe foolhardy, and would give you severe reflux.
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From: Edward Henry <>
To: <>
Date: Friday, 8 January 1999 12:37
Subject: histology productivity

>Are there any managers, supervisors, or leads out there who can answer
>this question?  I need to measure workload reporting and productivity
>in the following areas: surgical histology, cytology, autopsy,
>grossing area, and transcription.  Does anyone have any ideas how this
>can be accomplished "without" raising a red-flag of paranoia between
>the staff.  I'd greatly appreciate any ideas from my colleagues.
>Please email directly -- thanks.
>Edward Henry
>Anatomic Pathology Manager
>Holy Cross Healthcare
>Silver Spring, MD

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