Point-of-care testing (POCT) is a huge boon to both patients and providers. It speeds up the diagnostic process and cuts down on follow-up visits. Problem is, POCT costs more, per test, than tests done at a central lab. It demands careful implementation from a practitioner, regarding quality control measures. This EPAM.com post talks about how POCT can effectively address the QA issues standing in the way.
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