The health economics of point of care testing Free

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Dr Elisabeth Adams discusses how medical professionals can effectively conduct a cost-benefit analysis to determine whether it is worth while adopting new point of care testing’s (POCT) over current methods of testing. Presenting each step of the process, Dr Adams breaks it down for those who wants to apply these practices at their own medical institutions or clinics.

This lecture was filmed at the "point of care testing: disruptive innovation - is the nhs ready for it yet?" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of Lecture: 22nd November 2016

Length: 00:27:10

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