Core Laboratory staff meeting

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Transcript Core Laboratory staff meeting

Presented By: Lydia Nelson
February 2008
Adeshina Odetayo (Ade)
Christine Torrey (Chrissy)
Cecil Tolentino
Morinat Kukoyi (Kukoyi)
Maan (Mary Ann) Martinez
Lania Quaccoo
Laverne farrar
Lulama Sowa
Tiffany Nickles
Sanaa Mandour
Kim Baytops
tracey Haskins
Keisha Ledbetter
Austin Decker
Rodney Freeman
Adeshina Odetayo
Job Title:
Lab Tech II
Shift:
3pm – 11pm
Interesting Facts
•From Nigeria
•Member of a royal family
•Dreams of doing
research
Christine Torrey
Job Title:
Lab Tech II
Shift:
3pm – 11pm
Interesting Facts
•From Brooklyn NY
•2 yrs in the peace corps
Morinat Kukoyi
Job Title:
Admin Assistant
Shift:
7.30am – 4pm
Interesting Facts
•from Nigeria/born St. Louis MO
•4 yrs in U.S. Military
•Organized and creative
Cecil Tolentino
Job Title: Clinical lab
Scientist
Shift:
11pm – 7am
Interesting Facts
•From the Philippines
•Migrated to Hawaii
•Loves to cook
Maan (Mary Ann) Martinez
Job Title:
Clinical Lab
Scientist
Shift:
11pm – 7am
Interesting Facts
•From the Philippines
•Enjoys Exploring Baltimore
•Loves to travel in the USA
Lania Quaccoo
Job Title: Clinical Lab
Scientist
Shift:
3pm -11pm
Interesting Facts
•From Trinidad
•Likes High diving
Lulama Sowa
Job Title:
Clinical Lab
Scientist
Shift:
7am – 3pm
Interesting Facts
•From south Africa
•Worked 3 yrs in Saudi Arabia
•Fun-loving personality
Laverne Farrar
Job Title:
Lead lab
tech/educational Specialist
Interesting Facts
•Returning to Pathology
•Has a 5ft Praying mantis in her
living room, made by her
husband rick, a talented
artist
Tiffany Nickles
Job Title: Phlebotomist
Shift:
3pm – 11pm
Interesting Facts
•From shock trauma center
in Virginia
•Oldest of 7 Children
Sanaa Mandour
Job Title: Lab tech II
Shift:
Night Shift
Interesting Facts
•
From Morocco, raise in Holland
•
Has four children
•Speaks
4 different languages
tracey Haskins
Job Title: lab tech II
Shift:
Day shift
Interesting Facts
•
From Baltimore
•Fun
and Outgoing
•Return
to core lab from
WhiteMarsh
Kimberly (Kim) Baytops
Job Title: Phlebotomist
Shift:
3pm – 11pm
Interesting Facts
•From
Baltimore
•Surprised
by her fiancée
with a pre-planned wedding
in Jamaica last June
Keisha Ledbetter
Job Title: lab tech II
Shift:
Day shift
Interesting Facts
•Doesn’t
like her blood drawn
•Return
to core lab from
White Marsh
Austin Decker
Job Title:
Clinical Lab
Scientist
Shift:
11pm – 7pm
Interesting Facts
•Returned from Military duty
Brian Kindig
Esther Lipsky
Keith Nguyen
Brian Kindig
Esther Lipsky
CLS III to CLS IV
CLS III to CLS IV
Keith Nguyen
Lead CLS to Supervisor
of 3pm – 11pm shift
Congratulations
Congratulations to:
Mohamid Jarrar
“Doctorate in Biotechnology”
Congratulations to:
Toni Alexander
“For the Johns Hopkins Safety Award”
Results from May and June 2007
Approximately 156 of 320 Core
laboratory Employees participated
Scale 1 to 5
With 1 being not satisfied
And 5 being very satisfied
0
Does not apply or Don’t know
1
Strongly Disagree/Extremely Dissatisfied
2
3
4
5
Strongly Agree/Extremely Satisfied
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Q12. This last year, I have had opportunities at
work to learn and grow
3.82
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Q11. In the last six months, someone at work has
talked to me about my progress
3.37
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Q10. I have a best friend at Work.

Q09. My associates or fellow employees are
committed to doing quality work.
3.48

Q08. The mission or purpose of my company makes
me feel my job is important
3.73
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Q07. At work, my opinions seem to count-
-
2.87
3.15
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Q06. There is someone at works that encourages my
development
3.47
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Q05. My supervisor, or someone at work, seems to
care about me as a person
3.89

Q04. In the last seven days, I have received
recognition or praise for doing good work-
2.81

Q03. At work, I have the opportunity to do what I do
best everyday
3.95
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Q02. I have materials and equipment I need to do my
work right
4.18
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Q01. I know what is expected of me at work.-
4.47
Next Survey in June 2009
They will repeat the questions and three
additional new ones.

Did you have a discussion about the survey?
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Did we make any progress?
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Did we make an action plan?

POE – Add on – No longer need to ask
the physician to add the order to the
patient’s chart.

Any non POE add-ons will still ask
them to fax a requisition with the
request for the add-on.
* * * MOD ADD-A-TEST * * *
History Number: 5564994
Specimen Number: 10-6A0126
Name: TESTPATIENT,PAUL
Collected: OCT 5,2004 09:40
TESTS ON FILE
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0157 GLUCOSE,SERUM,EMERGENCY
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Select TEST TO BE ADDED: 200 PHOSPHATE, SERUM
ANALYZING LAB: 10//
REASON ADDED: ?
Choose from:
1
PHYSICIAN ADD-ON
2
DATA ENTRY ERROR
3
LAB ADD-ON
REASON ADDED: 1 PHYSICIAN ADD-ON
PHYSICIAN: NO DOCTOR NO.SPECIFIED//
200
Verbally Abusive Nurses and
Physicians
Get the following:
 Person’s name
 Date
 Time
 Phone Extension


Yours and theirs
Email Juanita – Will file a PSN
If you suddenly need to be off and
you find someone to replace you.
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The person must have the proper skills.
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If it incurs OT, it’s an occurrence.
Critical Action Value Documentation

Must include Called-to title: RN, MD, PA
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Regulations require Pathology monitor time
from CAV notification to an RN to the time a
clinician takes action.
Market Adjustments
Effective back to January 6, 2008
Low End of Salary
Scale
High End of Salary
Scale
Clinical Lab oratory Scientists
$0.80
$0.40
Phlebotomist and Lab Techs
$0.40
$0.25
Rev. 2/15/08
CORE LAB
2007 ZUNTA LIST
CUSTOMER SERVICE = 2
Barbara Bumpass
Gwen Reese.
HEMATOLOGY = 11
Karen Bowles
Irene Chan
Shirley Fuller
Morgan Gapara
Kathleen Cowan
Kathleen Lewis
Lina Patel
Hemal Shah
Kay Spangler
Patricia Williams
Joanne Wilson
GENERAL CHEMISTRY = 10
Kerwin Bortrager
Virginia Camarador
James Chiu
Donald Hardy
Conchita Hong
Caroline Howard
Mary Ann Ness
Amalia Stern
Mary Jane Swearer
Christine Hostetter
No.
2
38825
35482
11
44388
43455
30294
41325
38316
44021
36042
41453
43981
34249
40077
10
59558
33236
44781
42477
34375
36780
42143
44392
33020
42433
SPECIAL CHEM = 6
Kathy Bowles
Deborah Donohue
Willard Dunn
Benedicta Lizardo
William Nsoesie
Frederica Schneidman
CORE EVENING = 10
Kelly DeCarlo
Aloysius Koroma
Jonathan Martin
Kevin, Moseley
Keith Nguyen
Gyan Pun
Normina Torres
Hadji Malacas
Romulo Malacas
Mahmoud Mossallam
CORE NIGHT = 1
James Conway
PROCESSING / PHLEBOTOMY =4
Arden Bongco
Lois Tissue
Rhonda Cole
Tracey Haskins
TOTAL NO. OF CORE LAB ZUNTAS
6
44387
34130
31325
31602
44669
41119
10
43173
30706
34556
31240
37379
45227
31391
40966
40967
34225
1
.33968.
4
44641
32172
36482
44
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Time Clocks in the Laboratory
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Pilot dayshift Hematology

Going into testing this week with
nightingale
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At least 1 more month before we start
testing in the laboratory
What is going on in the
Laboratory?
MPA Total Automation
Goal: April 1, 2008
“Through the Wall”
Replacing all ten Bayer Blood Gas
Instruments with Radiometer 800s

Phase I – March 10, 2008
 1 ABL 837 will arrive in CCL
 To be validated first
 Interface work starts
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Phase II – Around March 24, 2008
 4 more ABL 800s arrive
 Validated in Spec Chem area
 About 3 wks to complete
 Week of April 21, 2008-Convert CCL to the
new ABLs

Phase III – Week of April 21, 2008
 Remaining 5 ABL 800s arrive
 Validated in Spec Chem area
 Week of May 19, 2008
 Convert WBG, NICU, PICU to the new
instruments

Mass Specs
Install next 2 weeks
 Going live early June
 Caren Breidenstein – Mass Spec Team


Roche C -501
Replace 917 analyzers
 Thirty assays transferred from 917 to the
501s
 Going live late September
 Lead Tech Mary McCoy

Cellavision – Due in June
 BCS-XP – Due in July
 Ichem - Replace AJ – Due In March
 Camera and Plasma Screen for
teaching – soon
 Six TEG Instruments – Due after July

 Canto
II – Working on interfacing TCell analysis
 SPA – Sample Prep Assistant,
Automate Sample preparation
 Doing 6 color analysis on research
samples
 Weinberg Hematology and Core
Laboratory – hematology are doing
additional cross training
Exciting Changes in Phlebotomy

Adding Pediatric Phlebotomy

Venous Blood gases

Redraw Phlebotomist

Laboratory Support Supervisor on
Night Shift
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88 people attending ASCP meetings
Sysmex Training
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Rosaria Lopez
Kathleen Lewis
Chidimna Ejimofor
Betty Ford
Modular Training
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
3 – 11 Shift
Night Shift
***
Lunch and Learn
Break and Learn/Team meetings
 Lab Techs
 Phlebotomists
 CLS
Thank you all very much!!!
 Help
the Homeless
(Collect over 71 bags of clothes
and over 26 large boxes of food)
 Breast Cancer
 Wear Red for Heart Disease
 Colon Cancer/Intestinal Disease
 United Way
 Diabetes, Lymphoma and other fund
raisers
*
Thank you all very much!!!
**
“We make a living by what we get, but
we make a life by what we give”
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Unscheduled absences and/or
Shortened Work Shifts
Disciplinary to be Issued
3 absences within 12 months
Documented pre-disciplinary
Counseling
5 absences within 12 months
Written Reprimand
7 absences within 12 months
Written Warning with 1 day
suspension
8 absences within 12 months, or a
second suspension within six months
Discharge
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires
employers to provide up to twelve (12) weeks of
unpaid, job protected leave to eligible
employees for certain family and medical
reasons in a rolling 12 month period.
FMLA Facts
Specific
Explanation
Eligibility
An employee is eligible when he/she has worked for at
least one year and for 1,250 hours during the last 12
months.
Criteria for
Granting Leave
Leave will be granted for the birth or adoption of a
child, care of a spouse, child or parent with a serious
health condition or the employee’s own serious health
condition.
Length of Leave
Length of leave can be broken down in 3 ways: block of
time, intermittently or reduced hours.
Notification
An employee must give thirty (30) days notice, if the
leave is expected.
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