It is estimated that 70-80 percent of all health care decisions affecting diagnosis or treatment involve a pathology investigation. Yet, in a recent Agilent survey, "unreliable results" were ranked as the number one factor impacting productivity in labs.
The problem is simple: humans are not built to manually conduct the repetitive processes involved in diagnostic testing. While humans struggle with repetitive tasks, automation technologies excel at them. In fact, automation is the best way to reduce this pressure on human workers while improving the quality of diagnostics results.
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