OptraSCAN was recently recognized by Frost and Sullivan with a Global Telepathology Enabling Technology Leadership Award. And why shouldn’t they be recognized — I think they are hitting on one of the key market segments that is largely underserved in digital pathology — lower volume scanning at the desktop with a price point to match. Much emphasis has been put on “high volume, high throughput” systems for large volume scanning as we move towards “full adoption”. However, telepathology for lower volumes of cases that is needed “ad hoc” remains a key value proposition for digital pathology and some convincing arguments can be made towards ROI with remote telepathology with systems such as those from OptraSCAN. Consider the options yourself after reviewing the write up by Frost and Sullivan.
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