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Don’t Automate Bad Work Processes in Microbiology

Labs should focus first on process improvement, then evaluate whether automated instruments are next step

CEO SUMMARY: Automation is not always right for every lab’s microbiology department, according to consultants from bioMérieux. When evaluating automated instruments, it is necessary to review work flow and manual processes in microbiology to identify inefficiencies. Once those are addressed, automation may be a logical next step. IT’S OFTEN ASSUMED BY CLINICAL LABORATORY LEADERS in …

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