Joining radiology and pathology solutions

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Joining radiology and pathology solutions

Medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra has received an order for its digital pathology solution from Amsterdam UMC in the Netherlands. This follows a recently announced radiology imaging contract.

It’s exciting to see how Amsterdam UMC, in just a short time, has taken these steps toward radiology and pathology efficiency, regional collaboration and integrated diagnostics

Peter Osinga

With radiology and pathology in one joint solution, Amsterdam UMC will be able to conveniently share images and information between the two medical specialties, enabling efficient integrated diagnostics and improved patient-centric care. “It’s exciting to see how Amsterdam UMC, in just a short time, has taken these steps toward radiology and pathology efficiency, regional collaboration and integrated diagnostics. I’m confident that our experience and vendor-neutral platform will contribute to their adoption of emerging technologies, such as AI, in the future,” says Peter Osinga, Managing Director of Sectra Benelux.

One of the main benefits of digitizing pathology is the ability to share digital images, rather than sending physical slides back and forth. This helps healthcare providers reduce treatment errors as well as logistics and administration, resulting in potential savings. Access to specialists for efficient external readings and second opinions can also cut waiting times for patients—helping pathology to meet patient demand and regulatory enforcements.

Sectra’s digital pathology solution will be integrated with the laboratory information system (LIS) used at Amsterdam UMC. This will provide pathologists with a complete overview of the patient history in one application and enable workflow orchestration to drive the workflow according to sub-specialties, rules and priorities. The solution’s vendor-neutral approach also enables Amsterdam UMC to use the scanner vendor of its choice.  

Sectra’s pathology solution is part of its enterprise imaging offering, which provides a unified strategy for all imaging needs while lowering operational costs. The scalable and modular enterprise imaging solution, with a VNA at its core, allows healthcare providers to grow from ology to ology and from enterprise to enterprise.


Source: Sectra AB

22.01.2021

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