We are happy to share with you that the Safety-Spec Gross Room Tray has been featured on CAP Today. Thank you CAP for your sharing this product with your membership!
Over the past couple of weeks, we have had the pleasure of talking with representatives of various malpractice insurance companies. To those individuals (you know who you are..) I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your time, interest and response to our introduction of the Safety-Spec Gross Room Tray. At this […]
I am happy to announce that the Safety-Spec web site on-line ordering is now live. From the web store you can purchase your Gross Room Lab Trays in the 5 available colors. Be sure to place your order SOON to take advantage of the “foundersdiscount” that is only available for a limited time. It offers […]
Richard Donohue, Esq. When I saw the prototype for the Safety-Spec Gross Room Lab Tray, it was clear to me that this was a clever tool that laboratories should use to help reduce the chance of patient mis-identification errors from confusion in the gross room. As a malpractice defense attorney, any form of organized effort […]
Stephen Raab, MD The Safety-Spec Gross Room Tray is an important and unique new product which is long overdue to help in the reduction of patient identification errors in this area of the laboratory. When laboratories use this tool as part of their IOM inspired error reduction program, I have no doubt that many labeling […]
Currently the Safety-Spec Gross Room Tray is available for PRE-PRODUCTION ordering. Why order your trays now? It’s simple. By ordering your Safety-Spec Gross Room Trays NOW, you have several benefits. You will receive a deep-discount for being an early-bird. For a limited number of trays, there is a deep 40% discount over the regular discounts […]
In the previous post, we discussed the issue of specimen hand-offs and and the potential for medical labeling errors. In this post, we continue on with four additional discussion points. Hand-offs are everywhere Let’s look at the areas where hand offs occur during the course of a typical specimen, from the time it is obtained […]
In 2013, there was a report published by NASA’s top toxicologist that estimated there are between 210,000 and 440,000 patient deaths due to medical errors. This was further supported by other publications which described the large number of significant errors seen in the US healthcare system. In his article in the Wall Street Journal, James […]