PathPresenter Selected by Cincinnati Childrens to Provide Comprehensive Digital Pathology Workflow Solution

PathPresenter Selected by Cincinnati Childrens to Provide Comprehensive Digital Pathology Workflow Solution

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PathPresenter, the global image sharing platform for pathology, was recently selected by Cincinnati Childrens to provide an integrated digital pathology workflow solution to meet the health systems requirements across clinical care, remote consultations, education, and research.

Cincinnati Childrens, which ranks No. 1 in the nation in U.S. News & World Reports listing of Best Childrens Hospitals for 2023-24, recently completed an extensive selective process to procure a comprehensive digital pathology workflow solution. Cincinnati Childrens, utilizing PathPresenters platform, seeks to improve workflow efficiencies (enabled by tight integration with its laboratory information system); expand its digital consultation network; provide new educational capabilities to advance clinical competency testing; and enable enhanced research capabilities with the ability to connect any type of AI algorithm from 3rd party vendors or developed in-house.

PathPresenter is a secure and scalable multi-tenant enterprise workflow platform that has been developed by pathologists with deep domain knowledge and experience. Trusted by 45+ tier-one institutions, PathPresenter is the most comprehensive suite available for clinical care, remote consultations, education, and research. With expert guidance in storage optimization, tight integration with LIS systems through a proprietary HL7 engine, and robust incorporation of 3rd party and in-house-built AI algorithms, PathPresenter ensures genuine value to institutions without the marketing noise.

While Cincinnati Childrens doesnt endorse or sponsor any commercial products, services, or companies, Dr. Jennifer Picarsic, MD, director of Digital Pathology and AP Informatics at Cincinnati Childrens, noted that a successful digital pathology program relies not just on scanning and viewing digital slides, but rather a re-imagined vision for how pathology will be practiced in the future. As pathology leaders, we seek to build a new digitally integrated workflow that will enhance clinical, education and research opportunities to facilitate new innovations and wider access to our expert pathologists from anywhere in the world, Picarsic said.

Dr. Rajendra Singh, founder of PathPresenter, added We are honored to work with the excellent clinical and technical teams at Cincinnati Childrens, given their thorough understanding and deep knowledge of what they need from a workflow provider with a complete focus on improving efficiencies ensuring better care of their precious patients. PathPresenter was created to fill in the gaps in use of digital pathology, and this further fulfills our mission.

About PathPresenter

PathPresenter is the global image sharing platform for pathology. We are on a mission to help democratize access to the worlds pathology knowledge by connecting pathologists to the vast expertise of their colleagues globally and providing a practical platform to access and use best-in-class AI models. Founded by dermatopathologist and digital pathology pioneer, Dr. Rajendra Singh, PathPresenter has been adopted by 45+ tier one medical institutions for clinical care, remote consultations, education, and research, and has built a thriving community of 50,000+ users in 172 countries to easily view and share digital pathology images and knowledge. For more information visit www.pathpresenter.com.

Contact Details

Cory Batenchuk

+1 873-355-9913

cory@pathpresenter.com

Company Website

https://pathpresenter.com

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