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Technology has a critical role to play in helping patients, and the clinicians and institutions they trust, make every moment matter in the fight against cancer.

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All-Time High Support of Digital Pathology Driven by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on healthcare systems across the world as we have struggled to contain the spread of the...

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, digital pathology, regulation,

Let's Prepare for the Post-COVID-19 Cancer Patient Wave

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a major disruption to the flow of patients through the primary care system, raising fears that...

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, backlog, digital pathology,

The Future According to Pathologists Themselves

“It takes humility to seek feedback. It takes wisdom to understand it, analyze it, and appropriately act on it.”

--- Stephen...

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, pathology, digital pathology,

Tele-Medicine, Tele-Health... Tele-Life

Next year is now. COVID-19's accelerant to the Digital Pathology Market

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, digital pathology, future

Fireside Chat Recap: The Power of the Panel

"Innovation comes ultimately from a diversity of perspectives."

--- Frans Johansson

Inspirata welcomed subject matter experts...

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, pathology, digital pathology,

Empowering the Future of Remote Pathology with Image Search

According to MIT, 90% of information transmitted to the human brain is visual, with humans being able to identify images seen for...

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, pathology, digital pathology,

The Future of Pathology: Variety is the Spice of Life

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic digital pathology was growing fast. Now digital workflows have increased in relevance for...

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, digital pathology

The Backlog

Critical Question Facing Pathologists: Will There Be Enough Capacity to Serve the Backlog of Cases When Normal Scheduling Resumes?

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Topics: Post-COVID-19, backlog, pathology