Electronic pathology system may improve accuracy and efficiency
from Medscape Medical News
With the advent of molecular diagnostics, anatomic oncology pathology reports have become increasingly complex, In addition, workloads for pathologists have increased over the past few years. To ensure accuracy and efficiency in this environment, commercial electronic anatomic pathology systems have been developed, but they are expensive — running between $50,000 and $100,000 or more. Because these systems require new software and hardware, integrating them into a hospital's existing information system can be a challenge.
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