- Review and approve initial and annual training records of the Medical Supervisors, as outlined in the Medical Supervisors’ Training Program.
- Evaluate Medical Supervisor’s performance to determine donor eligibility, donor advisement of unsuitable test results, etc. per applicable SOPs.
- Review of all Donor Reaction Forms to ensure that proper emergency aid is being provided by the contracting facility staff in accordance with the SOPs and good clinical practice.
- Be available by phone, fax or electronic mail, to respond to, or resolve questions on donor-related medical issues that the Medical Supervisor, Center Manager, or staff members may present.
- Be available to consult with donors or their physicians regarding questions associated with their participation in the plasmapheresis program, in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
- Consult with and assist the BioLife Medical Director or designee in ensuring that the information in the Medical Affairs Guidance (MAG) and/or SOPs is clear and consistent.
- Within the contracting facility standards, provide Standing Orders to the Medical Supervisors in handling medical emergencies or vaccine administration, and to provide directions for contacting the Center Physician when he/she is not on the premises.
- Review and analyze SPE and STS results in accordance with applicable SOPs to determine donor eligibility to continue on the plasmapheresis program.
- Provide follow-up, per contracting facility SOP, to donors transported to a medical facility from the contracting facility, in accordance with HIPAA regulations.
Indeed - 8 months ago
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