Impact of New Microbiology Technology on Patient Outcomes (Intermediate Course)

As diagnostic microbiology laboratories evolve from profit to cost centers in the era of declining reimbursements, the clinical microbiologist will need a better understanding of how technology can impact on the quality of patient care. In this course, we will explore the latest advances in technology for microbiology, some of the issues surrounding these methods, and the overall impact of these newer tests on patient care and health outcomes.


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  • Building Research Programs at Predominately Undergraduate Institutions
    BRP Online Course

  • ASM M(icro)OOCs: Improving Microbiology Students’ Quantitative Skills
  • Impact of New Microbiology Technology on Patient Outcomes Webcast Bundle (Intermediate Course)
  • Multiplex Testing for Respiratory Viruses and the Impact on Patient Care/Outcomes
  • The Microbiome and Its Impact on Human Health
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases and the Role of Hospital and Public Health Laboratories
  • Clostridium difficile Testing-How it is Done can Impact on HAI Rates
  • Multiplex Testing of Blood Cultures and the Impact on Patient Care/Outcomes
  • Multiplex Testing for Enteric Pathogens-Is It Worth It?
  • Rapid Influenza Testing and Its Impact on Patient Care
  • New Testing Algorithms for HIV and the Impact on Public Health
  • Impact of the Laboratory on Reporting of Health Care-Associated Infections
  • Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine Practice Guidelines – A Framework for Justification of Technology
  • The Evolution of Reimbursement for Laboratory Testing
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