Clinical laboratories in the U.S. are experiencing a tremendous amount of change. Advances in information and automation systems, as well as services and point-of-care testing are influencing laboratory workplaces nationwide.

This 56-page report is a must-read for those who want to know how these changes are affecting the need for flexible building designs and furnishings.

Based on data collected from 240 clinical laboratory staff in community-based hospitals, this important study identifies trends in:

  • Testing and lab worker activities
  • Core and stat services, automation and manual processing, information systems, and robotics
  • Infrastructure, space plan, and laboratory contents

Includes recommendations for addressing flexibility in future projects:

  • Establishing zones
  • When to use fixed walls and furniture
  • Utilizing overhead power supply and data ports
  • Use of modular furniture

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Keep up with the change and order your copy today for just $50, including shipping within the USA. Available as a PDF on a PC and Mac compatible CD-ROM.


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