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Webinar on Adopting Digital Pathology on a Budget



21806 Briarcliff Dr.
Spicewood, TX 78669
512-264-7103 o
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Media Contact: Kristen Noonan

AUSTIN, Texas (May 24, 2021) – DARK Daily today announced “Adopting Digital Pathology on a Budget: Getting Started, Knowing What’s Feasible, and Funding Your DP from Overlooked Sources.” This paid webinar investigates the different paths to digital pathology and how they can contribute towards new streams of revenue and increase pathologists’ compensation. Learn what’s new and different in digital pathology, whole slide imaging, and automated digital image analysis and how to bring digital pathology to your lab.

This paid webinar will feature an expert panel of Keith Kaplan, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Corista; Andrew Evans, MD, Medical Director of Laboratory Medicine, Mackenzie Health; and William N. DeSalvo III, BS HTL (ASCP), Anatomic Pathology System Production Manager, Sonora Quest Laboratories and President, Collaborative Advantage Consulting, LLC.

Key takeaways include:

  • Learning which components a fully integrated digital pathology system requires.
  • Comparing the capabilities of today’s scanners and how to match your pathology lab’s needs to specific functions.
  • Exploring differences between your lab’s existing LIS and a digital pathology workflow solution.
  • Plus, many more.

“Adopting Digital Pathology on a Budget” will be available via premium live access Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 1 PM EST and on-demand thereafter. DVD purchase available at additional cost.

Click here to register and get more info on this webinar.

For additional info, contact: Amanda Curtis, 512-264-7103

About DARK Daily: DARK Daily is a concise e-news/management briefing on timely topics in clinical laboratory and anatomic pathology group management. It is a solution to the dilemma facing anyone in the laboratory profession. New developments, new technology, and changing healthcare trends make it imperative to stay informed to be successful. At the same time, the Internet, cell phones, tablets, laptop computers, and wireless devices are overwhelming any one individual’s ability to absorb this crushing Tsunami of data.