Opportunities outweigh the challenges of radiology and pathology integration

At Pathology Horizons 2018 , Dr. Dean Wallace of UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California provided an interesting overview of radiology and pathology integration that is currently live in his practice. During the presentation, Dr. Wallace guides us through his experiences and developments in pathology and radiology integration and how it has been valuable to him as a pathologist.

View video of full presentation below

About Dr. Dean Wallace

Dr. W. Dean Wallace is a Professor of Pathology at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California.  Dr. Wallace is the chief of pulmonary and renal pathology services and is recognized as an expert in the fields of transplant pathology and lung cancer diagnostics.

Dr. Wallace is also the Director of the UCLA Telepathology and Digital Pathology Center and co-led the team that created the innovative, first of its kind, Integrated Diagnostic Report (IDR) that combines multiple radiology and pathology studies into one dynamic reporting platform.  Dr. Wallace has authored several dozen peer-reviewed papers and book chapters and was lead editor of a textbook in the field of transplant pathology.

Pathology Horizons 2019

Pathology Horizons is an annual and open CPD conference organised by Cirdan to discuss what developments lie ahead in Pathology and what we can do to prepare or take advantage of these.

This year the conference will take place in the exquisite Heritage Hotel Queenstown, New Zealand. Queenstown. The vistas from Heritage Queenstown are awe-inspiring – soak in the view of the towering Remarkables mountain range, rising from the rippling waters of Lake Wakatipu from the comfort of the hotel. Crafted from centuries-old schist stone and cedar, this comfortable and sophisticated Queenstown hotel is the perfect place to mix business and pleasure.

If you would like to be notified when Pathology Horizons 2019 registration opens, please click here.

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