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Webinar: Roundtable Discussion of Digital Pathology Adoption Across Key Functional Areas: Diagnostic Pathology, Education, and Research



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AUSTIN, Texas (September 21, 2021) —To help pathologists and pathology practice administrators adopt and develop a digital pathology strategy, Dark Daily presents a new free webinar at 1pm Eastern on October 7, 2021, that will feature healthcare industry leaders sharing their decision-making process across three key functional areas: primary diagnosis, education, and research.

This new 60-minute webinar–sponsored by Gestalt Diagnostics, and featuring an interactive Q&A session–will provide essential information for those who want to evolve their clinical, research and/or educational practices with digital pathology, with both short- and long-term strategies.

Digital pathology is quickly gaining momentum, possibly leaving some pathology leaders feeling stuck in various stages of the decision-making process. Scale fast or slow? What to expect for quick returns following a first investment in digital pathology? While using digital pathology to reduce the cost of geographic brick-and-mortar consultation barriers may be the most sensible first step, some early adopters are now going a step further to expand the functional application of digital pathology. What does this mean?
To help answer these questions, healthcare industry leaders will discuss how they made their decisions to adopt digital pathology.

The webinar will be moderated by Lisa-Jean Clifford, COO and Chief Strategy Officer for Gestalt Diagnostics. Each panelist will share their experience and unique perspective. There will also be an interactive Q&A session with the experts, covering topics such as using digital pathology in primary diagnosis, their plans for integrating artificial intelligence (AI), serving multiple site locations, and creative ways to leverage digital pathology in support of other areas of operation.

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

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