Digital PathologyFree Webinar With Q&A -- Hosted by Dark Daily
As reimbursement for digital pathology services starts to potentially become a reality, more hospital, clinical laboratory, and reference lab leaders will explore the technology.
Do you know where to start with implementing a digital pathology progam for your hospital, health system, or independent pathology group to make the best use of your budget? This free 60-minute webinar with live Q&A will increase your knowledge and readiness.
Pathologists, hospital executives, and lab leaders need help cutting through frequently published news and commentary about digital pathology. They will find this new webinar, hosted by Dark Daily, practical and incisive for gaining a foothold on what to do for digital pathology should regulatory and reimbursement decisions rapidly evolve in favor of greater digital pathology adoption in the U.S.
Pathology is in a time of rapid change. Use this free, 60-minute program as a practical update and an essential tool.
Experts will focus on the business-side foundation, implementation requirements of digital pathology service and workflow, and lessons learned through years of consultation, use case development, and implementation.
At Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, teams have scanned and archived over 6 million histology slides and are prospectively scanning all in-house H&E slides. During the webinar, Director of Digital Pathology Operations, Orly Ardon, PhD, MBA, will share some hard-learned lessons and the resources required for this large operation.
Likewise, W. Dean Wallace, MD, at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC), has seen the danger of implementing an “incomplete digital pathology system.” Dr. Wallace specializes in pulmonary and renal pathology at USC, and his ongoing work in informatics and digital pathology includes collaborative efforts in the areas of radiology and pathology correlation, and telepathology.
Drs. Ardon and Wallace will present their insights and experiences and answer questions during this free webinar event, which has been sponsored by Hamamatsu.
About the Experts
W. Dean Wallace, MD
Professor of Pathology
Keck School of Medicine
University of Southern California
W. Dean Wallace, MD, is a Professor of Pathology at the Keck School of Medicine at University of Southern California (USC). Dr. Wallace’s ongoing work in informatics and digital pathology includes collaborative efforts in radiology and pathology correlation and implementation of digital pathology into standard pathology practice workflows. Other areas of research include creation of novel pathology staining techniques using machine learning technology.
Orly Ardon, PhD, MBA
Digital Pathology Operations
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Orly Ardon, PhD, MBA, is the Director of Digital Pathology Operations at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Pathology Department and the Scientific Operations Investigator at the Warren Alpert Center for Digital & Computational Pathology. Dr. Ardon is leading the digital scanning team and operations of the different scanning initiatives and collaborations at MSKCC. Her research interests include digital pathology technologies, laboratory process improvements, and healthcare economics.
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Attendees who view the entire webinar should be able to:
- Explain key workflow aspects of the components needed in a digital pathology service
- Identify common limitations of commercial digital pathology products
- Structure a digital pathology implementation team
- Plan a goal-based approach to develop your business case for digital pathology implementation in hospitals, health systems, and independent pathology groups