2019
DOI: 10.1128/jcm.01036-19
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Abstract: A utomation improves the efficiency of clinical microbiology and can also improve quality of testing. Currently available automation platforms for culture-based microbiology testing necessitate that some steps be performed manually. See the comic for more.

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“…Many challenges exist for the development of the microbiology laboratory of the future. These include the expanding need for automation, increasingly voluminous data and their management and automated interpretation, the governance of data privacy, the introduction of new high-throughput and data-intense technologies in routine practice, biobanking, local entrepreneurship, and others (124). Providing solutions that generate optimal and affordable health care services need to be at the core of all of these activities.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Many challenges exist for the development of the microbiology laboratory of the future. These include the expanding need for automation, increasingly voluminous data and their management and automated interpretation, the governance of data privacy, the introduction of new high-throughput and data-intense technologies in routine practice, biobanking, local entrepreneurship, and others (124). Providing solutions that generate optimal and affordable health care services need to be at the core of all of these activities.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%