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Easily Integrated Digital Pathology At Up To 100x Oil – Visit ViewsIQ at DPC 2015

| June 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you’re attending the Digital Pathology Congress USA 2015, join ViewsIQ at the Town and Country Hotel in San Diego, Booth 5, for a personalized hands-on demonstration of the Panoptiq™ digital pathology system. To schedule a booth appointment, fill out this brief form: www.viewsiq.com/request-demo-viewsiq-dpc-2015/ We’ll show you how to: – Use your own microscope to digitize […]

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Airlines Vs. Healthcare – I Choose Airlines

| May 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

A couple of years ago (it really doesn’t feel that long) I referenced a comical video I came across looking at if the airlines operated like healthcare.  There were references to an outdated paper-based system of getting your documents to the appropriate airline carrier for different flights and coordinating with baggage services to handle those […]

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$100 Whole Slide Scanner Coming To Pathology Market!

| May 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Came across this video on YouTube and the company’s Twitter channel @syntheslide. The first pathologist in the video mentions a low cost — $100!! whole slide scanner the company is producing to be used by pathologists for clinical purposes to help patients worldwide.  Their Twitter page mentions website live by tomorrow and product coming to […]

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ViewsIQ’s Digital Pathology Slide Imaging System Validated for Telepathology at Vancouver General Hospital in Recent Publication

| December 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

ViewsIQ, a healthcare technology company, is pleased to announce the successful validation study of their interactive digital pathology imaging system, PanoptiqTM. The study, recently published in the International Journal of Laboratory Hematology, was conducted by the VGH hematopathology department to evaluate PanoptiqTM as a potential telehematopathology solution. The goal of the study was to determine […]

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College of American Pathologist CEO Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

| August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday, The PathologyBlawg shared College of American Pathologists 2013 financial information which highlighted several parts of the book of business of the college including revenue sources and amounts, expenses, donations & salaries of the president and board members from some public filings. There is some lively commentary on the post over at The PathologyBlawg if you […]

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Charging Mobile Devices Stimulates Personal Connections

| August 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dr. Stephen Ruby over at Entrepreneurial Practice has an interesting read on Charging Station Epiphany. Perhaps most of us have been in a similar situation – you get to the airport and realize you did not charge your laptop from last night, your iPhone charge is close to 20% and the iPad is no better and […]

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Unknown Case Video (Humor) Starring Dr. Jared Gardner

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dr. Jared Gardner, an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas who I mentioned in a recent post about the use of social media in pathology has released a musical video related to his subspecialty interests in dermatopathology and soft tissue pathology set to Basket Case by Green Day with the infamous DRdoubleB of Sequence of […]

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Dr. Sylvia Asa Stars at TEDx Event

“We’ve been innovative to provide a much better pathology service for our patients. We’re not going to stop there . . . our vision is that pathology really is the heart of a patient’s diagnosis.”   ​​– Dr. Sylvia Asa Recently, Dr. Sylvia Asa, Medical Director of UHN’s Laboratory Medicine Program (LMP), addressed the question, […]

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A Pathologist Rants in Favor of Health Care Reform

| February 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Shared this several years ago after Dr. Uthman had produced this.  Fun to look back now after 4 years and see what parts of this (many) are actually realistic as reform gets rolled out.  Ed Uthman, MD, has been a practicing physician for 32 years and has worked in the health care field for 41 […]

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“You’re my guardian organ!”

| December 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

High quality video produced by Harvard Medical School on what the spleen does: And the equally serious “Gunner” video also produced by one of the finest medical schools in the land. I see they have equally high standards for video production:

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PathXL Launches TissueMark®

| October 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

TissueMark® is a ground-breaking, easy to use solution for the automated identification of tumor tissue on standard H&E stained digital slides. Request more information TissueMark® combines sophisticated algorithm technology with a straightforward, no nonsense workflow, supporting the pathologist with accurate and highly consistent tumor information and assisting the diagnostic process through optimization of tumor content […]

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Pathologists as Secret Weapons

| October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Not quite as popular (yet) as the

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Cancer signatures reveal origins of disease

| September 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Courtesy of PathXL: Recognized as one of the world’s leading genome centres, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institutes’ work is dedicated to engaging in exploratory projects that can influence and empower medical science globally. Researchers at the Hinxton based centre who work within the cancer genome project, use the human genome sequence and high-throughput mutation detection techniques […]

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Pathology Humor – New Video – Thrift Shop Pathology

| August 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Apparently I am one of the few people with Internet service to not see the “Thrift Shop” video which has nearly 400,000,000 views on YouTube.   Here is the pathology version of that video with a respectable 400,000 views in about 2 months probably making it the most watched  pathology-related video on the web. Apparently […]

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