What is the M.O.R.E. Quality Process?
M.O.R.E. Quality™ (Mathematically Optimized Risk Evaluation) is the first NEW thing to come to Quality Control in 30 years! We combine an effective, powerful, step-by-step process to properly evaluate and dramatically improve your existing quality control. Our revolutionary software will analyze your quality control data and suggest quality control strategies and recommendations in easy to understand reports. We also provide education that will keep your staff on the same page.
By breaking the competencies and software reports into levels, the ‘old timers’ become Risk Managers or Risk Masters and have all the statistical details they are familiar with – and more. But front line staff and physicians, patients and society get clear direction and pass/fail evaluations and dollars and Risk-Based Grades. Imagine the positives of supervisors reviewing the last month’s QC in an hour instead of taking all month.
Quality Managers can be sure that the QC process works even when they are not there.
The premise of Mathematically-OptimiZed Risk Evaluation™ is that “If the laboratory director develops medical goals and acceptable risk levels – approved by physicians, patients and society – then software can automate the QC process to meet those standards.” Mathematically-OptimiZed Risk Evaluation™ embodies a NEW mathematical algorithm that adds acceptable risk as a quality criteria.
We don’t try to teach people complex math or stats to the smartphone generation; that’s what computers do.
We teach people to manage risk with medical goals and medically-acceptable risk levels.
Laboratory management can verify the QC process effectiveness to detect risk levels and staff competency to take the right action with specific flags. We make it simpler!
Mathematically-OptimiZed Risk Evaluation™ is a new quality control perspective and software process developed to measurably reduce the number of laboratory errors reported.
M.O.R.E. Quality™ calculates the number and cost of laboratory errors based on patient test volume, medical goals and the accuracy and precision of the analytical process at the time of review. This number of errors is compared to the Acceptable Risk Level – the number of results you are willing to report outside medical goals. If methods fail to meet the laboratory’s medical goals and acceptable risk levels, action flags alert staff to stop, mitigate risk of errors reported, and take corrective action.
It’s 2017! Go beyond six sigma! Let the computer just tell staff what the numbers mean and the logical action required.
Our vision is to provide the reporting service combined with education and ongoing competency verification to individual laboratories, and to license the software algorithms to existing providers of QC software and peer review, PT, or EQA programs. We want to help you make a measurable difference in patient care.