Digital pathology roadshow

Philips Live!

Ready for Digital Diagnostics

Pathology services are under pressure to meet the increasingly complex demands of cancer care. As the number of cancer cases continue to grow, the complexity and number of tests have increased to support improved patient care. Pathologists must work as efficiently and effectively as possible to analyze the information that influences the design of personalized treatments.

Visit us in Tokyo at Digital Pathology Congress (DPC) Asia 2018 Booth #1 to learn more about our 100% digital pathology workflow in primary diagnostics, computational pathology solutions, and more.

You are invited!

Philips Live! Is coming to DPC 2018. Join us at a private post-conference workshop to learn how the latest advances in digital pathology, computational pathology, and oncology informatics will advance your lab.

Food and drinks are provided.

Wednesday, May 9, 18.00-22.00

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo,
160-8330 Japan

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Michael Isaacs, Director of Clinical Informatics & Business Development Pathology & Immunology, Washington University School of Medicine in the USA, will talk about the learnings of using digital pathology in and Academic Medical Center.

Michael Isaacs

Juan Retamero, Pathologist, Granada University Hospital in Spain, will share his experience of 100% digital pathology in primary diagnosis.

Juan Retamero

What you can expect at Philips Live!

  • Industry experts and Philips customers will share their experiences in digital pathology.
  • Get hands-on with the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution consist of Image Management System and Ultra Fast Scanner. The Image Management System consisting of: IMS Application Server and Storage software and IMS software.
  • See the benefits of a digital workflow with our digital pathology lab VR Experience.
  • Discover the steps towards 100% digital workflow.
  • Learn how future use of computational pathology will amplify your expertise.

Digital pathology aims to reduce pressure on pathology services by streamlining workflow and extending collaboration while increasing diagnostic confidence.

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