Company Offering “What’s Your Path?” Digital Pathology Assessment
Aperio, will be demonstrating its digital pathology systems and solutions at the annual College of American Pathologists CAP ‘10 conference to be held September 26-29, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago.
Aperio, the leading technology innovator in digital pathology with a global installed base of more than 700 total systems in 30 countries, nearly 70% of which are installed within hospitals and reference labs, will be exhibiting in booth #211. The company provides the most comprehensive open-architecture solution for digital pathology, enabling streamlined pathology workflow with integrated instruments, software and services. Their award-winning ScanScope® slide scanning systems, Spectrum Plus™ image management (PACS) software and SecondSlide® digital slide sharing service increase laboratory efficiency and help organizations improve quality assurance and patient care while achieving more rigorous compliance with CAP and CLIA guidelines.
Company representatives will be offering complimentary individual consultations, with appointment-based assessments available by the company’s chief medical officer, Dr. Jared Schwartz, for organizations interested in learning about the unique benefits of digital pathology. A “What’s Your Path?” consultation will help interested organizations:
- Pinpoint digital pathology applications that provide near-term value
- Identify return-on-investment (ROI) opportunities
- Evaluate illustrative workflow diagrams
- Understand intangible benefits in an AP lab environment
- Comply with CAP/CLIA guidelines
- Determine next steps for experiencing the benefits of digital pathology in your organization
Attendees are encouraged to RSVP for a digital pathology assessment by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk-ins are welcome on an as-available basis during exhibit hours.
A kiosk in the exhibit booth will allow attendees to experience Aperio’s SecondSlide digital slide sharing service that enables the secure, encrypted exchange of whole-slide images, photomicrographs, documents and commentary. The SecondSlide digital slide sharing service is presently available to pathologists free of charge; for more information please visit www.secondslide.com.