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La biologie délocalisée : point de vue de certains professionnels de santé et de l’impact sur le parcours de soins

Abstract : Medical diagnostic tests often contribute to the medical diagnosis and help healthcare professionals with clinical decisions. Moreover, in an emergency setting, it may be critical to have their results in a timely manner. This clinical need led to the development of point-of-care testing. Point-of-care tests are medical diagnostic tests that are performed outside of the medical laboratory, and closer to the patient. In France, they’re usually performed either in hospital clinical services or in medical transports. They aren’t done by the biologist but by other healthcare professionals, however, the biologists analyze the results after the testing. Interviews of healthcare professionals were done for this thesis, in order to seize the impact of point-of-care testing on the medical practices, and the impact on the patient’s care pathway. Then, consideration was given to understand how it may be meaningful in the context of medical desertification, and the need for a better coordination between the different stakeholders of the care pathway.
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Alix Lobies. La biologie délocalisée : point de vue de certains professionnels de santé et de l’impact sur le parcours de soins. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2019. ⟨dumas-02366051⟩

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