Dr. Kaplan to discuss Digital Pathology: The Past, Present and Future at Pathology Horizons

We are thrilled to have Dr. Keith Kaplan, publisher of tissuepathology.com, the industry’s leading digital pathology blog speak at this year’s Pathology Horizons conference in Cairns, Australia from 10th -12th August.

During his presentation Dr. Kaplan will reflect on 15 years of digital pathology, what has worked, what hasn’t and what’s coming. He will focus briefly on historical experience and initial use cases, how changes that are happening to pathology impact business operations, making a business case for digital pathology and why the time is now to adopt digital pathology. Mention of the importance/impact of cloud computing, hand-held computing and social media that coincided with maturation of this technology will also be discussed. The need for image analysis with clinically approved protocols for improved consistency and reproducibility particularly in an era when the use of companion diagnostics will be addressed. More recently, significant changes in healthcare delivery systems and reimbursements for technical and professional services for laboratories and pathologists have started to change the landscape that make digital pathology more attractive than in the past 15 years.

Dr. Kaplan is a native of Chicago and a graduate of Michigan State University and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He completed residency training in anatomic and clinical pathology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC.

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