Tag: United States

Adoption of Digital Pathology, Ford Model T and Electric Toothbrushes

| March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Simon Häger, Product manager Sectra Digital Pathology Many pathology labs are currently switching from glass-based reviews using a microscope, to a computer-based workflow for reviewing digital images. This transition is particularly strong in the Scandinavian countries and the Netherlands. It is highly likely that most labs throughout these regions will be completely digital within […]

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Different Sides of the Pond

| February 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Great story in The Pathologist entitled “An Ocean Apart” — How pathology differs on either side of the Atlantic – and how it doesn’t by Michael Schubert What exactly is a boot? Or a biscuit? Or a chip? If you pictured part of a car, a sweet treat, and a French fry, you may be […]

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Registration Open for Digital Pathology Symposium in United Kingdom

| May 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

REGISTER NOW Thursday 24 September 2015 6 CPD Credits To be held at The Norcroft Centre, University of Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP To understand where diagnostic digital pathology is in those places that have “embraced” it, and examine how this compares with where we are in the UK and what we may do to […]

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Did the EMR Open the Door for Ebola’s Spread Within the U.S.?

| October 22, 2014 | 2 Comments

I have written several posts on the value, benefits, risks, issues with “too much” data and the double-edged sword the electronic medical record presents for physicians.  In 2008 I wrote a couple of posts entitled “Stethoscopes, EMRs and EHRs – what is all the data worth? (see: Stethoscopes, EMRs and EHRs – what is all […]

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