August 12, 2021
• College of American Pathologists conducts accreditation inspection
• Inspection reports zero deficiencies
• Reinforces laboratory quality in NGS and PCR
DELRAY BEACH, FL – Genetics Institute of America announced today that it has undergone an Accreditation Inspection by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and passed with no deficiencies.
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A team from the College of American Pathologists performed a general laboratory and molecular pathology accreditation inspection on Tuesday, August 10th. The purpose of this inspection is to help laboratories maintain accuracy of test results and ensure accurate patient diagnosis. CAP inspections are a part of the accreditation and inspection cycle.
“This successful CAP inspection validates our quality assurance and management practices and ensures that we are providing the best in physician and patient-centered genetic testing services,” said Dr. Ana Perez-Miranda, Laboratory Manager for Genetics Institute of America.
“Our mission at Genetics Institute of America is to save lives, change lives and give back,” said Holly Magliochetti, CEO and Founder. “Our Team knows that the work we do has a multi-generational impact, and this CAP accreditation is a very important step to continue to uphold the most stringent clinical laboratory testing standards in molecular and Next Generation Sequencing.”
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