A digitized specimen has the potential to open new opportunities for increased efficiency and a reduction in the shortcomings of a traditional analogue histopathology workflow. A digitized specimen does not break, get lost, cost time and money to ship, or require significant physical storage space. It can be shared remotely for quick collaboration and archived/accessed at a moment’s notice. It is a viable new format for your busy lab environment.
One busy lab discovers the advantages of digital
Alexi Baidoshvili, MD, Pathologist at LabPON, Hengelo, Netherlands describes how digital pathology allows clinicians to benefit from each pathologist’s area of expertise. He suggests it’s easier to participate in multidisciplinary discussions with colleagues from different medical backgrounds.
Efficient image acquisition and improved logistics
Less taxing image review
Easy online collaboration
Shorten review time, leverage specialists Digitization is fast and easy. You can quickly assign cases to the appropriate in-house pathologist or remote specialist. There are no more slides to break, ship, or store and retrieval of archived specimens is nearly instantaneous.
Improve decision making
Collaborate for an informed approach Reduce the constraints of traditional histopathology. Collaboration opportunities lead to a more informed diagnosis. As an indispensible member of the multidisciplinary oncology review team, you are always ready and armed with data to aid in better informed decision-making.
Grow at your own pace
Design a solution that fits The benefits of Digital Pathology are demonstrable. Take advantage of these benefits through IntelliSite’s scalable architecture and experienced team. You get tailored configuration, professional support, and dedicated customer service. As your requirements grow, IntelliSite grows with it.
Experience true versatility
Partnerships complement our offering
IntelliSite’s open platform (API) design invites collaboration with industry leaders. We’ve joined with clinical and technology companies to develop advanced imaging tools and workflow applications. Each new innovation integrates seamlessly into the IntelliSite infrastructure and expands it relevance.
IntelliSite is an automated digital pathology image creation, management and analysis system comprising an ultra-fast pathology slide scanner, an image management system and case viewer, this is complemented by advanced software tools to manage the scanning, storage, presentation, analysis, and sharing of information.
IntelliSite speeds and simplifies access to histopathology information across your organization and beyond to help your staff work more efficiently. IntelliSite is the innovative pathway for the pathology world, advancing towards predictive health management, and ultimately better patient outcomes.
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