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The Pathology Visions Conference will give you the opportunity to learn about real-world, practical applications in the ever-evolving field of digital pathology. The Digital Pathology Association’s annual meeting will give you direct access to industry leaders, your choice of cutting-edge workshops with distinguished trade visionaries, the chance to see the latest product solutions, and much more.
Pathology Visions 2021 October 17-19 MGM Grand | Las Vegas, NV
Pathology Visions 2022 October 16-18 MGM Grand | Las Vegas, NV
Understand the basics of artificial intelligence and digital imaging
Appreciate the importance of AI for digital pathology practice
Recognize what digital pathology is and how it can be used in the practice of pathology
Identify thebarriers, risks and challengesto implementing digital pathology
Discuss current applications of digital pathology for research, education and clinical uses
Describe the impact of digital pathology on standard pathology practice workflow
Discuss the various analytic algorithms that can be applied to digital pathology and how they are best implemented
Defend the important niche applications of digital pathology and how they might be applicable to individual practice settings.
Demonstrate how to evaluate digital slide scanners and supporting software in order to maximize your investment
Identify the key drivers to adoption of whole slide imaging
State the challenges associated with interfacing a digital pathology system to an anatomic pathology information system
Understand the current regulatory environment, in particular the FDA’s rulings concerning the use of digital pathology for primary diagnosis
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