Digital Pathology Blog


Posted by Elizabeth Wingard 11/26/2013

“We gave up looking at pathology slides a long time ago”

Keith J. Kaplan, MD

                        Carolinas Healthcare System

Charlotte, NC

Imagine, if you will, a left-handed bicycle tire, a right-handed fork or a tumor board without, well, pathology images of the tumor.

Tumor boards are a multi-disciplinary conference where patients (cases) are presented – their clinical history, radiology findings, and pathology findings (whether biopsy or resection material) – are presented to clinicians for discussions on treatment, management, and best patient care.

Topics: Digital Pathology

Posted by Richard Wingard 09/11/2013

Lessons learned from Radiology’s digital migration

Richard Wingard

CEO, Euclid Discoveries

Co-founder, Corista

30 years ago, as the University of Kansas implemented the first PACS system, 60% of Radiologists vowed they’d never read anything but film on a white box. Most radiologists predicted a stunning collapse for the new-fangled digital radiology, certain it’d never get off the ground.

Topics: Digital Pathology, Radiology

Posted by Elizabeth Wingard 08/20/2013

Welcome to Our Digital Pathology Blog

Welcome to the Corista blog. We look forward to this forum for sharing news, stories and experiences in how physicians are using digital pathology. Our goal is a broad conversation on the support of physicians and scientists as they increasingly use digital pathology in clinical and research environments. 

Topics: Digital Pathology