Validation

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Process Title Talisman Quality Donor System on Set-up Mobiles and Coaches

1.0 Purpose of Validation
The purpose of this validation is to validate the Talisman Quality Donor System (QDS) upgraded release of 2.11. Initial validation of QDS was performed the following sites with operation dates listed:
1. RRVBC 6th Street site and has been in operation since June 18, 2007.
2. Perryville fixed site and has been in operation since August 27, 2007
3. Freeport fixed site and has been in operation since September 24, 2007
4. Mobile set-up/ Coaches have been in operation since April 1, 2008
This validation is being performed to ascertain that the systems upgrades function as expected at all sites of operation.

2.0 System Description We have validated the QDS system 2.03 and have an upgrade to that system which includes the following changes.
1. Question regarding xenotransplants and endoscopic exams with biopsy will be validated for visual display and audio quality.
2. Gender question will be asked and answered twice any inconsistency will stop the program and return to the beginning.
3. Travel history can now be edited even after record has been printed.
4. European countries list now includes the “Federal Republic of Yugoslavia”.
5. New version of Donor Consent.

3.0 Responsibilities
Nancy McKinney, LPN is the Project Manager and will oversee the validation. The trainers assigned to the project, Larry Graham and Melissa Roush will perform the validation scenarios. The results will be reviewed by Laurie McWilliams, Donor Care Director and Kathy Alvarado, Quality System Director. Brad Campshure, System Administrator will order and purchase any needed computer equipment and perform the Installation Qualifications. While the validation activities are being performed: each question will be validated for visual display and audio quality; QDS…...

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