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EHI EHealth Insider Special report: Pathology
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Path dependency

Healthcare economies are finally forming hub and spoke models for pathology, as recommended by the Carter report. This has triggered change in the supplier market; and more is on the way as digital pathology becomes a reality. Daloni Carlisle reports.


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Omnyx digital pathology solutions

Life begins with a cell and it can end with a cell.

Omnyx precision platform.

Omnyx transforms pathology because every decision counts.

Tel: +44 (0) 331 3070 9859
(Nicola Booton-Mander/Amandine Rasolo)
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Sunquest delivers market-leading diagnostic information technology and outreach solutions, designed and implemented to fulfill the business objectives of today’s healthcare leaders.

The sharing of data among disparate systems in any hospital environment is a critical component of successful operation. Sunquest has one of the best connectivity capabilities in the industry, as evidenced by the fact that they were an influential supplier in creating Health Level 7 (HL7), now the data messaging industry standard for the exchange of health care information. Sunquest supports a variety of interfaces that are encountered in all clinical environments.

The ICE Clinical Forms Toolkit not only enables the creation of an extensive library of forms for clinical assessments, but can be used to support diagnostic requesting workflows by allowing the annotation of images. Annotated images can be delivered to your radiology information system, to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of diagnostic services.

Tel: +44(0) 845 519 40 10
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Integrated radiology and pathology leads to improved cancer diagnosis

TThe sharing of clinical information and images between radiology and pathology, also called integrated diagnostics, is frequently mentioned as an obvious opportunity to improve cancer diagnosis. However, the realisation of increased collaboration between the disciplines has been slow as pathology diagnosis lags in digitisation, which makes information hard to share in an efficient way.

As digital pathology has become more affordable and widely accepted in recent years, it has opened up opportunities for increased collaboration between pathology and radiology, turning integrated diagnostics into a top priority on many hospitals’ management agendas.

With 20 years’ experience in the medical IT field, having been a pioneer in the digitisation of radiology, Sectra has developed the concept of digital pathology to the next generation. Based on the pathologists’ experience, our solution guarantees full case overview including integration with other image systems, enabling access to for example radiology or dermatology data and images in the same workstation.

Tel: +44 (0) 1908 673107 (Rebecca Mellor)
Web: Sectra website


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