Digital pathology presents an opportunity to enhance and transform transactions with clients and also presents an opportunity to create rich shared data sets to use for clinical research and education.
There is a lot of potential efficiency gains, around eliminating slide sorting, transport, inefficient workflows, routing slides, matching them with paperwork, and handling them.
This webinar discusses the digital pathology process that has begun at Mayo Clinic, covering a range of topics including their initial vision, brightfield and darkfield infrastructure builds, implementation of key clinical application solutions, the roll-out, and change management required.
Listen in as Taofic Mounajjed, MD, and Eric Korman, PMP, MBA, describe the upcoming project phases to incorporate digital pathology and AI tools throughout the enterprise. Their journey and the benefits realized for physicians and patients, along with the reasons as to why they decided to digitize their pathology solution, are explored further here, with help from moderator David Boissonault, Business Development for Pathology at Sectra. The video webinar includes a Q & A session with the panel at the end.
This webinar was first aired during the USCAP Virtual Annual Meeting on March 17, 2021.