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Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology, Software and hardware, Laboratory management

Digital Pathology Enables Improved Performance Analytics

Workflow automation, remote access to expertise, the ability to search repositories and get results automatically – all of these improvements and more are possible with modern digital pathology software.

But there’s one advantage of digital pathology that hasn’t received as much attention: new insights into laboratory performance and operations. Next-generation digital pathology platforms track analytics at the slide, case, pathologist, and laboratory levels, providing information that is central to understanding lab throughput, quality, productivity, and profitability. These analytics reveal trends over time while providing a “finger-on-the-pulse” view of what’s happening in the present, potentially helping to eliminate costly bottlenecks and improve profit margins.

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Nathan Buchbinder

Chief Product Officer at Proscia Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

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