Leverage Laboratory Efficiency with a Total Quality System

With high-quality assays, Six Sigma metrics, and service excellence, your laboratory can realize its mission of providing high-quality, affordable health care services that will improve your members health and the communities you serve.
Leverage Laboratory Efficiency with a Total Quality System

How can Beckman Coulter help?

Foundational to our Total Quality System is the Danaher Business System principles, which help guide our engineers to design analyzers and assays for reliability and reduce variability in the manufacturing processes. We know quality goes beyond implementation; we have flexible DxS service packages that maximize instrument uptime. This is possible by utilizing tools like remote diagnostics, supported by over seventy local service engineers who have access to nine parts depots throughout the western region of the U.S alone. 

It’s a critical part of the ecosystem that lays the groundwork for quality results and it’s bolstered by integrating quality control management via a comprehensive set of middleware rules to reduce errors within the lab. These elements are the blocks that build up the Beckman Coulter’s Total Quality System, which you and your patients can rely on.

Attain a Total Quality System in your Lab

Learn more about how your laboratory can increase its efficiency by implementing Six Sigma metrics and service excellence.

Shrey Prajapati And Suzanne Powers
Shrey Prajapati And Suzanne Powers
Shrey Prajapati, BS in Chemical Engineering, MBA with specializations in Digital Transformation and Innovation, has worked in Global and North American roles in Product Management, Strategy, and Marketing across multiple industries (including Diagnostics, Medical Devices, IIoT, and Industrial Automation).

Suzanne Powers, B.S. in Economics with a specialization in Business Management has over ten years of experience working Diagnostics in a variety of commercial roles including Sales and Marketing across North America.”

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