What Role Is AI Playing In In Vitro Diagnostics?
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What Role Is AI Playing In In Vitro Diagnostics?

By Pharma Tech Outlook | Monday, September 14, 2020

The medical industry is incorporating innovative technological breakthroughs that help in the improvement in diagnostic accuracy, advanced patient care, and optimize clinical operations. The prolonged evolution of in vivo and in vitro diagnostic testing has allowed bettering the lives of millions of patients and the productivity of the healthcare providers all over the world. The clinical laboratories are on the edge of another transformative changing which the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into the diagnostic process. Similar to the technologies that preceded it, the lab sector is both excited and cautious regarding the changes that AI will bring to the lab. But in the present scenario, it is evident that lab management wants to know more about what an AI-driven healthcare future will look like for the lab sector and how AI can be deployed at its best in the clinical labs.

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Lab management envisions a future where AI is integrated with the lab, and its future is approaching quickly. To be well prepared, the decisionmakers at industry and enterprise levels have already been mapping out a smooth and efficient AI implementation approach. As the labs generate the most amount of data that is fed in AIs decision making, lab IT systems will have to be a part of an enterprise-wide digital ecosystem that offers an open and secure framework for aggregating, operationalizing, and analyzing this data. Organization and industry leaders have to work together to facilitate the move toward accessible, curated, interoperable, and standardized data sources as the foundation of AI systems. These kinds of data will enable AI to give insights, identify diagnostic patterns, and create comprehensive models that will help the human technicians to offer the best patient care.

Creating an AI roadmap means to unite and educate operational and clinical teams and also executive leadership. Few healthcare systems are prepared to pursue these types of initiatives on their own. They expect to work closely with experienced partners and vendors. Despite the numerous challenges lying ahead, the opportunities that AI holds are welcomed for patients and the institutions both.

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