QCI Interpret for Oncology

Confidence and trust: Deliver valuable clinical insights with high-quality knowledge

June 02, 2021
Ben Turner, Director of Bioinformatics Enterprise Solutions, QIAGEN Digital Insights explains
•Addressing the knowledge blind spot
•Why high-quality, deeply curated knowledge is necessary to increase laboratory efficiency, to scale throughput, and to improve clinical decision support quality

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