QC and Levey-Jennings

How can I look at the Levey-Jennings pages and know which charts have been reviewed? 

  • Enter specific month's date range in the L-J main page; the review date will populate the screen based on the date the charts were review date and the date range.

How can I exclude out of range QC results?

  1. On the Results Review page:
    1. You can exclude out of range QC from Results Review by choosing Sample Type-QC Results.
    2. Select Flag and choose Control Out of Range
    3. Click Apply. 
    4. Highlight the rows that need to be excluded.
    5. Click on the Review button. 
    6. Check the box 'Exclude Results from Statistics and Charts’, add a review note if applicable and click OK.
  2. On the Levey-Jennings page: 
    1. You can exclude out of range QC from the Levey-Jennings page by highlighting all rows and clicking on View Charts. 
    2. You can either click the point that is out of range on the graph or highlight the point in the chart below the graph. 
    3. Next, click Review Value and Check the box ‘Exclude Results from Statistics and Charts’, add a review note if applicable.
    4. Click OK. The point will now change to a red square which indicates the result was manually excluded.

How can I look at only excluded QC results?

  • From the Levey-Jennings page, highlight one or more rows and click View Charts. Next, select ‘Only Excluded Results.'

Where are the two places that I can review CV and SD for a site?

  1. On each L-J chart
  2. Reports: QC Reports: Glucose Device Statistic Summary. Remember, be sure to enter the same date as the L-J charts were viewed and saved.

Do I have to print my L-J charts? 

  • That depends on your policy. L-J charts can be reviewed with POCC’s note, name and date and can be displayed for an inspector at any time.

How do I enable my Next and Previous buttons on the displayed Levey Jennings chart? 

  1. From the main L-J screen, highlight more than one grid line. 
  2. Next and Previous will be enabled and you click Next or Previous to go from one chart to another.