Digital Pathology News

“Academic” Tweeting – Is it “Academic” and Will it Be Recognized as Such?

| March 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dr. Bruce Friedman over at Lab Soft News has an interesting post today on “The “Why” and “How” of Academic Tweeting”. Many of you know that Bruce is widely considered the grandfather of pathology informatics, coining the term decades ago, envisioning organizations, societies, fellowships before many. He and Mike Becich are two people I would […]

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Adoption of Digital Pathology, Ford Model T and Electric Toothbrushes

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Simon Häger, Product manager Sectra Digital Pathology Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands. It is highly likely that most labs throughout these regions will be completely digital within […]

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Leica Biosystems and Leeds Hospital Establish Strategic Partnership to Provide Quantifiable Benefits of Digital Pathology

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

United Kingdom – Leica Biosystems and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust/University of Leeds recently announced that they have formalized a collaborative relationship on Digital Pathology (DP). Their collective goal is to demonstrate the substantial clinical and productivity benefits of deploying Digital Pathology on a large scale. To this end, Leeds has begun the full adoption of […]

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Visiopharm Announces Inaugural North America User Group Meeting

| March 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Visiopharm is proud to announce our inaugural North America User Group Meeting, in collaboration with Pathology Informatics Summit, May 20th – May 21st 2017. The meeting will begin with a fun filled customer appreciation night, watching the Pirates at PNC Park from a World Series Suite, followed by a full day of scientific presentations and […]

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Pathology News

“Academic” Tweeting – Is it “Academic” and Will it Be Recognized as Such?

| March 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dr. Bruce Friedman over at Lab Soft News has an interesting post today on “The “Why” and “How” of Academic Tweeting”. Many of you know that Bruce is widely considered the grandfather of pathology informatics, coining the term decades ago, envisioning organizations, societies, fellowships before many. He and Mike Becich are two people I would […]

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The Restaurateur Who Thought Like a Pathologist

| March 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Again, the talk of not healthcare reform but rather healthcare payment reform and the interests of lawmakers, physicians, patients, payers and industry at stake with potential significant cost/reimbursement and research budget cuts proposed has led me to thinking, without politicizing, how bizarre it all really can be. My first year of medical school a friend and I […]

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Adoption of Digital Pathology, Ford Model T and Electric Toothbrushes

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Simon Häger, Product manager Sectra Digital Pathology Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands. It is highly likely that most labs throughout these regions will be completely digital within […]

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Leica Biosystems and Leeds Hospital Establish Strategic Partnership to Provide Quantifiable Benefits of Digital Pathology

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

United Kingdom – Leica Biosystems and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust/University of Leeds recently announced that they have formalized a collaborative relationship on Digital Pathology (DP). Their collective goal is to demonstrate the substantial clinical and productivity benefits of deploying Digital Pathology on a large scale. To this end, Leeds has begun the full adoption of […]

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Education

“Academic” Tweeting – Is it “Academic” and Will it Be Recognized as Such?

| March 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dr. Bruce Friedman over at Lab Soft News has an interesting post today on “The “Why” and “How” of Academic Tweeting”. Many of you know that Bruce is widely considered the grandfather of pathology informatics, coining the term decades ago, envisioning organizations, societies, fellowships before many. He and Mike Becich are two people I would […]

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The Restaurateur Who Thought Like a Pathologist

| March 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Again, the talk of not healthcare reform but rather healthcare payment reform and the interests of lawmakers, physicians, patients, payers and industry at stake with potential significant cost/reimbursement and research budget cuts proposed has led me to thinking, without politicizing, how bizarre it all really can be. My first year of medical school a friend and I […]

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Adoption of Digital Pathology, Ford Model T and Electric Toothbrushes

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Simon Häger, Product manager Sectra Digital Pathology Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands. It is highly likely that most labs throughout these regions will be completely digital within […]

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A Conversation With a Clinician

| March 14, 2017 | 2 Comments

This was a phone conversation I had with a clinician many years ago.  There are several like it that every pathologist can relate to. This for some reason sticks out in my head more than most. Healthcare in 2014: Me: Pathology, Dr. Kaplan Dr. Opening: Hi Keith, it’s Mike. Mike Opening. Me: Hi Mike. Dr. […]

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Medical Research

“Academic” Tweeting – Is it “Academic” and Will it Be Recognized as Such?

| March 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dr. Bruce Friedman over at Lab Soft News has an interesting post today on “The “Why” and “How” of Academic Tweeting”. Many of you know that Bruce is widely considered the grandfather of pathology informatics, coining the term decades ago, envisioning organizations, societies, fellowships before many. He and Mike Becich are two people I would […]

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Adoption of Digital Pathology, Ford Model T and Electric Toothbrushes

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Simon Häger, Product manager Sectra Digital Pathology Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands. It is highly likely that most labs throughout these regions will be completely digital within […]

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Leica Biosystems and Leeds Hospital Establish Strategic Partnership to Provide Quantifiable Benefits of Digital Pathology

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

United Kingdom – Leica Biosystems and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust/University of Leeds recently announced that they have formalized a collaborative relationship on Digital Pathology (DP). Their collective goal is to demonstrate the substantial clinical and productivity benefits of deploying Digital Pathology on a large scale. To this end, Leeds has begun the full adoption of […]

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Visiopharm Announces Inaugural North America User Group Meeting

| March 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Visiopharm is proud to announce our inaugural North America User Group Meeting, in collaboration with Pathology Informatics Summit, May 20th – May 21st 2017. The meeting will begin with a fun filled customer appreciation night, watching the Pirates at PNC Park from a World Series Suite, followed by a full day of scientific presentations and […]

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Anatomic Pathology

“Academic” Tweeting – Is it “Academic” and Will it Be Recognized as Such?

| March 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dr. Bruce Friedman over at Lab Soft News has an interesting post today on “The “Why” and “How” of Academic Tweeting”. Many of you know that Bruce is widely considered the grandfather of pathology informatics, coining the term decades ago, envisioning organizations, societies, fellowships before many. He and Mike Becich are two people I would […]

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The Restaurateur Who Thought Like a Pathologist

| March 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Again, the talk of not healthcare reform but rather healthcare payment reform and the interests of lawmakers, physicians, patients, payers and industry at stake with potential significant cost/reimbursement and research budget cuts proposed has led me to thinking, without politicizing, how bizarre it all really can be. My first year of medical school a friend and I […]

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Adoption of Digital Pathology, Ford Model T and Electric Toothbrushes

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Simon Häger, Product manager Sectra Digital Pathology Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands. It is highly likely that most labs throughout these regions will be completely digital within […]

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Leica Biosystems and Leeds Hospital Establish Strategic Partnership to Provide Quantifiable Benefits of Digital Pathology

| March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

United Kingdom – Leica Biosystems and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust/University of Leeds recently announced that they have formalized a collaborative relationship on Digital Pathology (DP). Their collective goal is to demonstrate the substantial clinical and productivity benefits of deploying Digital Pathology on a large scale. To this end, Leeds has begun the full adoption of […]

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Business

The Restaurateur Who Thought Like a Pathologist

| March 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Again, the talk of not healthcare reform but rather healthcare payment reform and the interests of lawmakers, physicians, patients, payers and industry at stake with potential significant cost/reimbursement and research budget cuts proposed has led me to thinking, without politicizing, how bizarre it all really can be. My first year of medical school a friend and I […]

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Leveraging Technology For Integrated Diagnostic Reporting

| March 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Chrystal Adams, Associate Vice President, XIFIN and Don Rule, CEO, Translational Software There is ongoing effort in healthcare to integrate and expand the use of patient data to improve clinical decision making and support cost-effective, patient-centered care. Much of the needed data resides within the diagnostic specialties of pathology, radiology, laboratory, and molecular diagnostics. […]

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New Digital Pathology Consultation Portal Launched by Inspirata Facilitates Subspecialty Consultations, Second Opinions and Remote QA

| March 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Available as a standalone portal or in Inspirata’s Diagnostic Cockpit, the highly configurable Consultation Portal enables partner institutions anywhere in the world to log into their custom-branded site to send cases, process payment for services and receive a consult letter. San Antonio, TX, March 7, 2017/PRWeb – Cancer diagnostics workflow solution provider Inspirata®, Inc. has […]

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Corista Announces Platform Integration and Collaboration with Elsevier to Deliver Enhanced Digital Pathology Workflow

| March 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

DP3 Digital Pathology Platform now offers Instant Access to Elsevier’s ExpertPathTM image library Concord, MA — Corista, a leader in integrated pathology solutions, today announced its collaboration with Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services. Corista will offer direct access to Elsevier’s ExpertPath(TM) and ImmunoQuery® from within the Pathology Dashboard(TM) of […]

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Other Recent Articles

Scan, Store. and Share Your Slides with Ease – ViewsIQ Launches Panoptiq 4 at USCAP 2017

| March 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Having a digital slide is only half the story. With Panoptiq, you can quickly scan your slide with your existing microscope, upload it to our cloud-based portal, and instantly share it with your colleagues. Collaborations are made easy with the ability to include case notes and other modality images to your slide, which can be […]

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OptraSCAN Digital Pathology Launches On-Demand Image Analysis Suite at USCAP 2017

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Affordable and scanner agnostic image analysis solutions utilizing artificial intelligence for colorimetric and morphometric analysis for oncology, neuroscience and toxicological pathology SUNNYVALE, CA–(BUSINESS WIRE)—OptraSCAN, Inc. today announced the launch of its next generation, On-Demand suite of image analysis software for digital pathology, which includes OptraASSAYSTM, CARDSTM and OptraPROCESSTM. The image analysis suite supports both individual, […]

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Inspirata Announces the Completion of the Largest Ever Single-Site Deployment of Digital Pathology Imaging Devices

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

The new Scan Facility at James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio is part of a comprehensive and long-term cancer diagnostics workflow solution that Inspirata began implementing this year. San Antonio, TX, March 6, 2017 – Cancer diagnostics workflow solution provider Inspirata, Inc., announced today that it has completed the largest single-site deployment of Whole Slide Image […]

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Philips and LabPON Plan to Create World’s Largest Pathology Database of Annotated Tissue Images for Deep Learning

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Best, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) and LabPON, the first clinical laboratory to  transition to 100% histopathology digital diagnosis, today announced its plans to create a digital database of massive aggregated sets of annotated pathology images and big data utilizing Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution1. The database will provide pathologists with a […]

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TRIBVN Healthcare Announces New Website Design

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

TRIBVN Healthcare, a leader software solutions publisher for diagnostic cellular and tissue imaging in the laboratory, presents its new website with a resolutely modern, attention-getting design. The overhaul of the website design reflects TRIBVN Healthcare new visual identity, its values, the technical sophistication as well as the innovative nature of its products. Re-thought and redesigned […]

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Proscia and Huron Digital Pathology Partner to Provide Seamlessly Integrated Digital Pathology Scanner-Software Solution

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Digital pathology software and hardware combine to manage the process from high-throughput scanning all the way to image analysis Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) March 02, 2017 — Proscia Inc, a data solutions provider for digital pathology, and Huron Digital Pathology, a provider of whole slide imaging solutions, today announced the two companies now provide seamless integration […]

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Mikroscan Unveils the new L5, Next Generation Robotic Microscope

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Plug and play remote control microscopy is now available March 03, 2017 (Carlsbad, CA) – Mikroscan Technologies, innovators and manufacturers of live robotic microscopy and whole slide imaging systems, announces the release of the L5. As the practice of pathology continues to grow, the L5 represents an easy to install and easy to use solution […]

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Come Challenge the Computer with Visiopharm at USCAP 2017

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Join Visiopharm at USCAP 2017 and learn about how we are transforming pathology! Come see demonstrations of Analysis of PD-L1 and CD Markers within the Tumor Micro-Environment Visualize and quantify biomarker expression with heatmaps and automated hot-spot detection The new, ultra-fast viewer which can be integrated into your digital pathology workflow Visit our booth to […]

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Inspirata, a Silver Sponsor and Exhibitor at USCAP 2017 in San Antonio, to Demonstrate its New Digital Pathology Consultation Portal and Cockpit Features

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Stop by booth #310 to learn about Inspirata’s Cancer Diagnostics Workflow Solution, Precision Medicine Platform and International Consultation Portal. Tampa, FL, March 3, 2017/PRWeb – Cancer diagnostics workflow solution provider Inspirata, Inc. is a Silver sponsor and exhibitor at the upcoming USCAP 2017 in San Antonio March 6-8. As part of the expo, Inspirata will […]

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Philips Introduces New Digital Solutions and Services to Advance Pathology at the 2017 USCAP Annual Meeting

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

San Antonio TX, USA – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) recently announced upcoming additions to its portfolio of pathology solutions as part of its presence at the 2017 USCAP Annual Meeting. At the Philips booth (#202), USCAP attendees will experience a broadened portfolio of computational pathology and digital pathology solutions and services that extend […]

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OptraSCAN Digital Pathology Expands its Advisory Board

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Strategic advisors join OptraSCAN to broaden reach into molecular pathology, immunology and biomarker development market segments SUNNYVALE, CA–(BUSINESS WIRE)—OptraSCAN, Inc. today announced the appointment of four new members to its Advisory Board, including Dr. Michael C. Montalto of Bristol-Myer Squibb, Dr. Jiaoti Huang of Duke University, Dr. Allen Gown of PhenoPath Laboratories and Dr. Abul […]

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Fimmic Launches Deep Learning AI Analytics on Their Next-Generation WebMicroscope® Cloud Platform

| March 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Helsinki, Finland, 1st March, 2017 – Fimmic, a company developing intelligent, cloud-based software solutions for digital microscopy announces the launch of their next-generation WebMicroscope Deep Learning Platform at USCAP 2017 in March 6-8. Fimmic’s unique cloud platform brings state-of the-art Deep Learning AI based image analysis to the fingertips of every pathologist or researcher, no […]

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