Apollo and IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences have joined together to host a free one-day symposium and workshop to demonstrate how digital pathology is transforming the practice of pathology. Attendees will learn about the latest developments in Pathology digital imaging, Pathology PACS, Telepathology, and whole slide scanning, including hands-on demonstrations with the latest PathPACS® System.
Renowned speakers in the field will share their real-life experiences and there will be plenty of opportunity to network with peers in pathology. This one-day event is designed to be the most valuable, enlightening, and educational event of the year.
Apollo, a Virginia-based company established in 1993, was founded with the dream of developing the most advanced medical imaging interface technologies for healthcare and life sciences laboratory professionals — to provide superior medical care for patients around the globe. Apollo partnered with IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences to provide innovative management strategies in response to the growing demand for digital pathology solutions. IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences is dedicated to setting new standards of care in technologies, services, and insight.
WHAT: Apollo and IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences hosting free one-day seminar to discuss latest trends in pathology digital imaging
WHO: Featured speakers: Dr. Scott Cornell, Royal Columbian Hospital, Vancouver, Canada, Head of Digital Pathology Pilot Project; Thomas Campbell, COO Apollo PACS, Inc.; Dr. Richard Bakalar, Chief Medical Officer, IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences.
WHEN: Thursday, June 26th , 2087 [8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.]
WHERE: LAX Hilton, 5711 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045.
The seminar is geared towards pathologists who are on the front lines of the digital transformation in Pathology, Laboratory Directors who need to allocate resources and implement these systems, Chief Information Officers who are responsible for staying abreast of the latest developments in PACS, digital imaging and information management systems technologies, and also Hospital Administrators, CFOs and CEOs who are responsible for the bottom line in efficiency and workflow.