QA Review Management in Pathology
DP3® assists in the management, measurement and follow-up of your pathologists’ peer reviews. This pamphlet explains how DP3 can generate reports and streamline QA activities.
Interinstitutional Whole Slide Imaging Teleconsultation Service Development: Assessment Using Internal Training and Clinical Consultation Cases
This study was performed to show the viability of whole slide imaging technology for surgical pathology diagnosis. Uncovered were many potential alternatives or improvements to traditional pathology practices through the use of WSI technology. Get a copy of the study to see the full results.
Search: Find the Cases & Images You Need, FAST
Corista’s Digital Pathology Processing Platform (DP3TM) stores your images with their associated metadata enabling you to search across your collection of whole slide images for the cases you need. Learn more about how you can access all of your images quickly for any purpose whether it is presentations, reports or even research.
Key Steps to a Successful Digital Pathology System Implementation
This e-guide shares the steps you should follow for a successful digital pathology implementation. From creating a project charter to managing the execution of the project, learn what you need to do to ensure the effective and timely implementation of your system.
Transforming the Practice of Pathology with Digital Technology
Over the past three decades, the practice of pathology has evolved tremendously. In the 80s and 90s, viewing microscopic images was limited to looking through a pair of microscope oculars. Publications and presentations took hours of preparation using 35mm cameras that were adapted to the microscope.
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Quantifying IHC data from whole slide images is paving the way toward personalized medicine
Pathology addresses the four components of disease: the cause, the mechanisms of its development, the morphological changes induced by the disease, and its clinical manifestations.
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Is Your Slide Management System Wasting Precious Time and Resources?
The traditional, analog process for managing pathology slides comes with a multitude of potential problems; broken slides, lost slides, recuts, and time delays. See how a digital approach to slide management decreases time and cost while increasing effectiveness.
Whole slide imaging: it’s time to take another look
In recent years, digital pathology (DP) has changed; static snapshots on camera-equipped microscopes have given way to whole slide (digital) images (WSI). WSI allows histologic evaluation of pathology cases on a computer screen along with management of the accompanying case information.
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Utilization of Whole Slide Image Digital Pathology Communication System for Surgical Pathology Quality Assurance Program
Quality assurance program (QA) is an important component of a surgical pathology service and generally employs a multitude of case review methods. For this program, the Department of Pathology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) validated the benefits of QA using WSI digital pathology communication system.
Crossing the Digital Divide
Corista’s DP3 technology enables pathologists to improve their speed and accuracy when reviewing cases referred to them by colleagues from other facilities. Traditional workflows can take up to two weeks but DP3 drastically reduces the turnaround time to as little as one hour, eliminating the hassle of mailing glass slides and waiting for results to be returned.
Whole-Slide Imaging Digital Pathology as a Platform for Teleconsultation
Massachusetts General Hospital analyzes concordance rates of subspecialty interpretations between standard glass slides and their respective whole slide digital images to determine feasibility of telepathology consultations.
Pathology Preparation Process for Tumor Boards
Pathology plays an important role in hospital tumor boards, but traditional preparation for these conferences is often tedious and time-consuming. This infographic compares the analog and digital approaches to highlight the difference in time and effectiveness.
Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Leadership Award
Corista received the New Product Innovation Leadership in Image-Centric Workflow Platforms for Digital Pathology award from Frost & Sullivan in 2014. The award recognizes companies for superior solutions and innovative answers to key market challenges.
Interinstitutional Whole Slide Imaging Teleconsultation Service Development
Conducted by Massachusetts General Hospital’s Pathology Department, the study examines training and workflows for the use of WSI technology in second-opinion consultations as well as comparison of WSI and glass slide diagnoses of actual second-opinion consultation cases. Results of this study show that WSI consultations can be used with excellent accuracy leading to quicker results and improved patient outcomes.