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Visiopharm Broadens its Diagnostic Digital Pathology Solution with Oncotopix® Scan

| December 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Visiopharm has entered an agreement with Hamamatsu to sell their portfolio of slide scanners, co-branded as Oncotopix® Scan, for clinical customers in Europe. For many diagnostic pathology labs, implementing Digital Pathology is a major and often disruptive step. They are looking for a partner that can provide complete solutions in a way that is incremental, […]

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ProNet Expands Use of Patient Data in Telehealth

| April 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Telehealth is fundamentally changing how healthcare leaders handle care delivery. In the ever-changing digital age, it’s important to stay current on telehealth as to not fall behind the competition and more importantly, to provide a higher level of care to patients and work toward improved interoperability within the healthcare system. XIFIN is one of seven […]

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Leveraging Technology For Integrated Diagnostic Reporting

| March 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Chrystal Adams, Associate Vice President, XIFIN and Don Rule, CEO, Translational Software There is ongoing effort in healthcare to integrate and expand the use of patient data to improve clinical decision making and support cost-effective, patient-centered care. Much of the needed data resides within the diagnostic specialties of pathology, radiology, laboratory, and molecular diagnostics. […]

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Interoperability Should But Will Not Happen

| November 7, 2015 | 1 Comment

Fee-for-service medicine doesn’t provide the incentive for sharing information. Accountable care and integrated care models have native incentives for having complete information and sharing that only amongst themselves. For as long as I can remember everyone in healthcare has been talking about “interoperability”. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, enacted […]

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Empowering Patients With Digital Pathology

| September 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

This post originally appeared last October.  The intent was to write it for patients in a way that would briefly define pathology to the lay public and explain how digital pathology could empower them in their own care.  The post was print syndicated to patient advocacy and health/wellness sites.  Since and before the post, it […]

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Epic to Lobby Congress with Message of Interoperability

| September 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

So let me see if I have this straight — Epic has hired a lobbying firm to lobby Congress to counter stories they are not interoperable with other systems when in fact they are?  And the people you are going to take this message to is Congress? The same Congress is one of the least productive […]

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Closing The Medical Data Gap: Using IT To Close The Gap Between Health Information Systems And External Documents

| March 2, 2012

FREE Special Edition White Paper Download Your FREE Special Report Today!Simply Complete the Form Below Healthcare creates a wealth of data. Every patient encounter, even a routine checkup, generates a significant volume of information ranging from personal identification data such as Social Security number, age, and address, to clinician notes and impressions, patient data like […]

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