ISO 9001:2000 is one of a family of related quality-management system standards (ISO 9000:2000, ISO 9001:2000, ISO 9004:2000)[5,9,10] that specifies requirements for an organization wishing to establish an effective quality-management system that embraces the concept of continuous improvement and to demonstrate its ability to consistently provide a product that meets the users, needs. This International Standard, however, does not provide specifications for the report (product or service) itself, nor the requirements for assessing the technical competence of the medical laboratory to carry out the preexamination, examination, and postexamination processes necessary to produce the report. Therefore the individual laboratory has to select and implement standards and processes that aim to demonstrate competence and satisfy all users, without any guidance, at least without the guidance of standards recognized in the document itself.
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