Corista Announces It Will be Attending and Presenting at Pathology Visions, October 20-21 in San Francisco

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Corista will be demonstrating their comprehensive digital pathology platform, DP3. DP3 provides physicians with a consolidated view of every patient case regardless of their point of origin or the WSI used to prepare the digital images.

Corista Digital pathology platform

Pathology Visions is Digital Pathology Association’s (DPA) annual conference and one of the most important annual industry events, bringing together industry leaders to share and learn from their peers and see the latest advancements in pathology technology.

“We’re very pleased to be a part of Pathology Visions and look forward to showing attendees Corista’s digital pathology workflow management,” said Elizabeth Wingard, Founder and CEO of Corista.

Pathology Visions will be October 20-21 in San Francisco.

Last month, Corista was awarded the 2014 New Product Innovation Award in Digital Pathology by Frost and Sullivan. The integrated platform includes a comprehensive suite of workflow tools including the physician’s dashboard, image viewing, navigation, annotation, management, real time collaboration, and flexible reporting. DP3 integrates with existing Laboratory Information Systems, is hardware agnostic and supports a complete range of physician devices including high resolution monitors, tablets and touchscreens.

To schedule a demonstration during the Pathology Visions conference, click here.

About Corista
Since 2004, Corista has been developing its image-based processing software and browser-based software platform. The platform, DP3, provides a comprehensive solution for pathology practices that includes: a universal viewer that can read images from any whole slide imaging platform; secure local and remote image viewing and navigation, image management, on-demand colleague consultation, annotation, measurement and diagnosis; and centralized Physician Dashboard integrating in-house and remote patient cases into a single view for physicians. DP3 can integrate with existing hospital information systems, is hardware agnostic and supports a complete range of physician devices including high resolution monitors, tablets and touchscreens. For more information on Corista’s digital pathology solution, visit our website at http://www.corista.com

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