Tag: lab information system

Ohio State University Medical Center Inks Pact To Adopt Digital Pathology

CEO SUMMARY: For years, the adoption of digital pathology has lagged behind the predictions of its advocates. That has encouraged one digital pathology company—Inspirata, Inc., of Tampa—to come up with a different business strategy designed to help anatomic pathology labs address the barriers and capital costs involved with establishing a digital pathology system. The Ohio

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InCyte Pathology Buys DSM Lab in Walla Walla

CEO SUMMARY: For the nation’s thousands of private pathology group practices, consolidation is now a growing trend. The latest example is last week’s acquisition of the three-pathologist practice known as the Davis-Sameh-Meeker Laboratory in Walla Walla, Washington, by InCyte Pathology, P.S., of Spokane Valley. There are growing numbers of these mergers and consolidations involving independent

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Pathology Group Establishes Lab Test Exchange Networks

CEO SUMMARY: After several decades of steadfastly maintaining their independence from other pathology groups in their community, progressive hospital-based pathology groups are beginning to create regional laboratory testing networks. These collaborations generally start small and often involve just a few simple testing services. In North Carolina, one pathology group has created two separate test exchange

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Pursuing More Benefits From Next Generation Lab Automation

CEO Summary: Once it was decided to replace an aging, five-year-old laboratory automation system at the laboratory of Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey, Illinois, the administration at the hospital issued a challenge. It asked the laboratory team to deliver an immediate 10% cost savings upon implementation of its next-generation laboratory automation solution. Because of a

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Multispectral Tests Use “Smart” Systems To Analyze Tissue

CEO Summary: Pathologists at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania are using a new system that combines image analysis software and algorithms to evaluate images containing numerous stains and biomarkers. Pathologists teach the system to identify tumor cells and distinguish them from non-tumor cells. Now used for research purposes, this sophisticated digital pathology system

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