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Solution to Integrate Digital Pathology, Radiology

digital path blogDigital Pathology Blog reports that Agfa HealthCare, Mortsel, Blegium, has signed a collaboration agreement with TRIBVN for the global distribution of a solution integrating digital pathology and radiology images.

The joint effort will facilitate the exchange of information between clinicians, radiologists, and pathologists, resulting in improved communications and a more streamlined workflow, according to the companies.

The solution can be integrated with any existing Laboratory Information System (LIS), and includes a high-throughput, whole slide scanning device.

Dedicated workstations allow pathologists to view digital pathology images and to use specific analysis tools. The pathologists can select specific regions of interest (ROI) to be automatically integrated into the radiology department’s Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS).

Integrating the digital pathology images and radiology images into the same image management system will enhance cross-department collaboration and thus the delivery of patient care.

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[Source: Digital Pathology Blog]

 

MORTSEL, BELGIUM, 14 November 2012 – Agfa HealthCare announces today it signed a collaboration agreement with TRIBVN for the global distribution of a first-of-its-kind solution integrating digital pathology and radiology images. This strategic agreement brings together two leaders in their respective fields to offer a high-quality solution that will facilitate the exchange of information between clinicians, radiologists and pathologists, resulting in improved communications and a more streamlined workflow.

Integrating image management for enhanced collaboration

 

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