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Impact Health is the First to Implement eTrueNorth’s Technology to Facilitate Quality Control Monitoring

April 12th, 2018|Comments Off on Impact Health is the First to Implement eTrueNorth’s Technology to Facilitate Quality Control Monitoring

Download Press Release Impact Health is the First to Implement eTrueNorth’s Technology to Facilitate Quality Control Monitoring eTrueNorth’s eQC POCT™ software empowers end-to-end biometric result  traceability to the individual point-of-care device and reagent lot number

ROI vs VOI

November 9th, 2015|Comments Off on ROI vs VOI

As the National Sales Manager for Impact Health, I am often asked, “What can we expect as a return on our investment (ROI)?” My answer to them has always been, “Determination of ROI for

WFPBD: An Intervention That Works

February 11th, 2015|Comments Off on WFPBD: An Intervention That Works

In a recent post I shared the observation that many companies do not capture data to measure efficacy of intervention programs. The reality is that members of “at risk” populations will choose a number

The Evolution of Biometric Screening

January 20th, 2015|Comments Off on The Evolution of Biometric Screening

The advantage of time is “perspective”. As I look back over a 35+ year career I realize that I have lived through an evolutionary process. Starting my career in clinical laboratory medicine the question

Biometric Quality Control: A Primer

December 28th, 2014|Comments Off on Biometric Quality Control: A Primer

Adherence to quality control protocol is common in clinical laboratory testing. However, in the arena of worksite biometric screening there are misconceptions and general misunderstanding. Biometric screeners are often asked how often they calibrate

Biometric Misconception

November 28th, 2014|Comments Off on Biometric Misconception

Wellness programs utilize biometric screening as the foundation for engagement, enrollment and education. Biometric results e.g. lipid values, glucose, blood pressure and BMI values are compared to nationally accepted normal ranges. The program participant