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Simagis Digital Web Pathology Launches Service Provider Network
Date:4/4/2013

Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 04, 2013

Now pathologists around the globe don’t need to own a slide scanner to get benefits of Digital Pathology. They can simply find nearest provider or slide scanning services, submit an order and send glass tissue slides for processing.

The slides will be scanned to digital form and seamlessly delivered to designated workspace on any private or public Digital Pathology Cloud Server powered by Simagis Live technology. Once tissue slides are digitized and uploaded to the server they become instantly available to physicians anywhere in the world, enabling knowledge sharing, remote consultations, collaborative diagnostics and improved care for cancer patients in remote geographic areas.

The network of participating service providers includes number of tested and verified organizations from Americas, Australia, Europe and Asia. These Service providers also provide other services besides slide scanning including special staining and professional consultation services. Information about network participants with services, prices and sample scans can be easily found on interactive map http://web-pathology.net/service-network

“Our missing is to make Digital Pathology affordable and productive for practice of any size around the globe and we are excited to make this service available to any professional network powered by our servers,” says Vitali Khvatkov, the founder of Smart Imaging Technologies. “Buying a slide scanner often presents a barrier for smaller labs to experience Digital Pathology. We want to remove the barriers to adoption of this transformational technology that has tremendous potential to improve cancer diagnostic world-wide,” he added.

Smart Imaging Technologies provides digital slide management software, whole slide image analysis applications and cloud hosting serv
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