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Slow Adoption of Automated Infection Prevention Surveillance: Are Human Factors Contributing?

  • Posted: October 25, 2016
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Although automated surveillance technology has been evolving for decades, adoption of these technologies is in a nascent state. The current trajectory of public reporting, continued emergence of multidrug-resistant organisms, and mandated antimicrobial stewardship initiatives will result in an increased surveillance workload for ICPs.

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