Re: [Histonet] CAP QUESTION

From:Rene J Buesa

  Direct supervision is when the pathologist is "looking over your shoulder" and indirect is when the pathologist has delegated that function on a trained supervisor, and the supervisor is now the one "looking over your shoulder" (in a figurative speach).
  René J.

"Vickroy, Jim"  wrote:
  Does anybody have an explanation of what it means by direct vs indirect
supervision of a pathologist for non-pathologists performing gross
descriptions? I realize you have to document what type of specimens
that non-pathologists are grossing but have always wondered what the
difference is between direct and indirect. I would appreciate any
feedback of others on how they have interpreted this question.

Question - ANP.11630


Jim Vickroy

Technical Supervisor - Surgical and Autopsy Pathology

Memorial Medical Center

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