Journey to the Center of the Digitization Dilemma
Can two guys in a garage really shake-up current thinking on the transition to digital pathology?
Alec Hirst |
At a Glance
- Digital pathology is often approached as a minor adjustment to established practices, rather than as a substantive workflow change
- The major challenge in digital pathology at the moment is the storage and management of massive amounts of data
- To make a successful move to digital, it’s important to have pathologist buy-in, LIMS integration, and scalable, future-proof technology
- It’s not the solution to every problem, but digital pathology offers the chance to improve workflow efficiency with manageable cost and effort
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