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CEO SUMMARY: Proponents of digital pathology systems and whole slide imaging achieved a milestone
CEO SUMMARY: One 15-member pathology group said adopting digital pathology will give it more competitive advantage. Advanced Pathology Associates (APA) in suburban Maryland, was one of four sites that participated in the clinical study of the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution application for FDA clearance to use the system for primary diagnosis. The experience was of
CEO SUMMARY: Proponents of digital pathology systems and whole slide imaging achieved a milestone on April 12 when the FDA cleared the Philips digital pathology system for sale in the United States. Now pathologists can use the system to perform primary diagnoses and get paid for those professional services. It is expected that this regulatory
IN THE 2000S, DIGITAL PATHOLOGY WAS THE HOT NEW TECHNOLOGY that held great potential to transform anatomic pathology in myriad ways, not the least of which was an essential tool to streamline pathologist workflow while supporting greater diagnostic precision.
Yet today, approximately 10 years later, those high hopes for the digital pathology market have not come
CEO SUMMARY: There’s a new competitor in the digital pathology marketplace with ambitious plans to deliver a fully-integrated pathologist workflow solution. Inspirata, Inc., of Tampa, Florida, made its debut in March at an international pathology conference. In this exclusive interview, Inspirata Chairman and CEO Satish K. Sanan explains his company’s strategic vision for digital pathology, along with the details of how Inspirata intends to overcome digital pathology’s return-on-investment challenge.