Originally published on CUInsight.com
For those of us who experienced a partial loss of vision at a relatively young age, we likely remember the day that we learned we needed glasses. The process typically began with an elementary school teacher who noticed our permanent squint at the chalkboard. Before we knew it, we were sent to the school nurse for a primitive eye exam consisting of a few “E’s” in all of their assorted directions. Failing that, we were sent home with a note to our parents, who took us to an eye doctor, who had far more extensive tests that accurately zeroed in on what was wrong with our eyes.
Many AML monitoring system validations are a bit like that initial test in the school nurse’s office. They tend to establish whether there are broad issues and can even point to the nature of the issue to some degree. But if you were to have the school nurse prescribe your glasses, you’d probably have found that you needed to squint less, but that you were still missing some things that the other kids could see…
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