As pathogen identification and surveillance software becomes more widespread in hospitals and urgent care centers, we can expect it to be adopted by smaller healthcare facilities to help bridge the records gap and allow insights on high-risk infection patients to become more accessible, leading to improved outcomes and cutting down on time and money lost during the diagnostic process.
About the author: Evan Jones is the CEO of OpGen Inc., a pioneering informatics and genomic analysis company providing complete solutions for patient, hospital, and network-wide infection prevention and treatment.
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