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Real-time Communication With Health Care Providers Through an Online Respiratory Pathogen Laboratory Report.

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Summary of "Real-time Communication With Health Care Providers Through an Online Respiratory Pathogen Laboratory Report."

We implemented a real-time report to distribute respiratory pathogen data for our 8-hospital system to anyone with an Internet connection and a web browser. Real-time access to accurate regional laboratory observation data during an epidemic influenza season can guide diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

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Name: Open forum infectious diseases
ISSN: 2328-8957
Pages: ofy322

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