Laboratory professionals are well-suited to oversee POCT as its contribution to quality patient care continues to increase in value-based care scenarios. Stepping up to ensure POCT is performed in a quality manner offers an opportunity for laboratorians to have a greater role on the care team.
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Connectivity and informatics for POCT gains in importance as POCT itself gains relevance in value-based care settings
The number of laboratories performing waived testing continues to increase and these labs operate with minimal federal oversight. AACC has expressed concern that this scenario will negatively impact patient care and are calling for more federal involvement.
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