Good news – digital pathology is transforming healthcare and the benefits are being seen by users and suppliers alike:
- Global digital pathology market set to reach $492 million by 2020
- Advances in virtual microscopy is driving growth
- Enhanced connectivity and favourable healthcare environment stimulating uptake
Bad news – the hurdles that need to be overcome are considerable:
- High cost of initial set up
- Increasing sampling errors
- Strict regulatory compliance rules
Good news – DigitalPath Europe 2016 will showcase innovation that is leading to the reduction of laboratory expenses, an improvement in operational efficiency and productivity, better treatment decisions and most importantly, enhanced patient care. You will hear from nearly 50 world leaders including:
Prof Sebastian Brandner, Professor of Neuropathology, UCL Institute of Neurology on Managing the transition to digital: experience and implementation of diagnostic digital pathology
Dr Liron Pantanowitz, Professor of Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center on Telepathology systems: Matching up different systems with suitable applications
Prof Paul J van Diest, Head, Department of Pathology, University Medical Center Utrecht on Experience with fully digital workflow for primary diagnostics
Download the event brochure for further details.
With a mixture of keynote sessions, round tables, focused work tracks and networking events, you can be sure to have your most pressing issues addressed at DigitalPath Europe 2016.
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