PathologyWatch Named to Inc. 500 Fastest-Growing Companies in America
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8M ago
The leader in digital dermatopathology is recognized in the Health Services category of the prestigious list. SALT LAKE CITY—August 15, 2023—Today, Inc. named PathologyWatch in the top 7 percent of America’s fastest-growing private companies on the annual Inc. 5000 list. This marks the first appearance on the list for the deep-learning AI company, which focuses on diagnostic and prognostic research for skin cancer. Founded in 2017, PathologyWatch reached number 386 on the list of 5,000 companies for showcasing a remarkable 1500 percent growth from 2019 to 2022. This achievement makes Pathology ..read more
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PathologyWatch Launches ‘Show Me Some Skin’ Campaign for Skin Cancer Awareness Month
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
SALT LAKE CITY—May 1, 2023—PathologyWatch, a full-service digital dermatopathology solution, is recognizing May as Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month with a public awareness campaign of its own.  Many Americans are likely unaware of just how prevalent skin cancer is in the US. In conjunction with Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month, the Skin Cancer Foundation has released some sobering statistics about the disease: With over 5 million cases detected each year in the US, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. More than two people die from skin cancer every hour in the U ..read more
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PathologyWatch COO Scott Mattivi Collects Pittsburg State Honor
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
PathologyWatch COO Scott Mattivi was honored this month with the Meritorious Achievement Award from Pittsburg State University. The award is the highest honor based on career achievement bestowed by the university’s alumni association. Mattivi graduated from the university, located in Pittsburg, Kansas, with a bachelor of science degree in biology in 1985 before earning a degree in medical technology from the University of Kansas in 1987. “No matter where your career path eventually takes you, I think most people retain a soft spot for their alma mater, and that’s certainly the case for me,” s ..read more
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New CPT Codes Could Lead to Reimbursements for Digital Pathologists
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
By April Larson, MD Thirteen is shaping up to be a very fortunate number for digital pathologists in 2023. Thanks largely to the efforts of the College of American Pathologists (CAP), the American Medical Association CPT Editorial Board developed 13 new Category III digital pathology digitization procedure codes. The 13 new add-on CPT codes, which have been introduced to record the use of digital pathology, went into effect on January 1. Prior to 2023, lab reports in the US used the same CPT (current procedural terminology) codes in reporting any diagnostic read—with no distinction made as to ..read more
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CEO Dan Lambert Says the Future Is Right Now for Digital Pathology
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
There is no time like the present to be part of the digital pathology field. According to a 2022 report published by Facts and Factors Research, the global digital pathology market is expected to grow at a 13.8 percent CAGR increase in the next five years. In a recent Forbes article, Dan Lambert, CEO of PathologyWatch, spotlights several different market factors that are synergistically signaling exciting growth opportunities ahead. Increased Demand for Remote Work When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, many companies saw increased demand for the ability to work remotely. With a national emer ..read more
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UNMC/Nebraska Medicine dermatology enters partnership with PathologyWatch
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
New partnership will manage pathology workflows using a digital model Omaha, Nebraska – The University of Nebraska Medical Center/Nebraska Medicine Department of Dermatology announced a partnership with PathologyWatch, a full-service pathology laboratory combining revolutionary digital technology with expert dermatopathology services to provide patients and doctors with an accurate and timely diagnosis. This new service aims to give Nebraska Medicine patients faster diagnoses and access to dermatopathologists anywhere. “We are ecstatic at the med center to be partnered with PathologyWatch, exp ..read more
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PathologyWatch Selected to Participate in AWS Healthcare Accelerator: Global Cohort for Workforce
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
PathologyWatch, the groundbreaking leader of digital dermatopathology services, has been chosen as one of a select group of 23 startups to participate in the global AWS Healthcare Accelerator: Global Cohort for Workforce. This AWS Healthcare Accelerator is a four-week technical, business, and mentorship program for startups seeking to use AWS to improve healthcare workforce training, retention, and deployment. This opportunity, which begins in April and runs through the summer, will support PathologyWatch’s efforts to digitally optimize pathology workflows, providing tools that augment dermato ..read more
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2023 Annual American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) Weekend Recap
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
We had a wonderful time at AAD’s annual conference held last weekend in New Orleans. With 8,500 health care professionals and over 16,000 total registrants, The Big Easy was bustling with the latest in pathology resources and expertise. Here are a few of the highlights from the PathologyWatch team: This year’s booth enjoyed a vibrant stream of dermatologists who were interested in learning about dot., the dermpath virtual assistant that helps derms to manage case workloads, view digital images and case files, create detailed pathology reports, and collaborate with colleagues. Dr. Cacey P ..read more
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PathologyWatch Named a Top 10 Dermatology Company in MedHealth Outlook
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
As the global demand for dermatology solutions has increased, PathologyWatch has been at the forefront of serving both patients and clinicians through innovation in digital dermatopathology. By providing benefits like increased efficiency, enhanced patient care, and new opportunities for revenue growth, PathologyWatch is recognized for transforming the dermatological experience for providers and patients alike. MedHealth Outlook recently ranked PathologyWatch as one of the top 10 dermatology solution providers across the globe. In its feature, CEO Dan Lambert shares how PathologyWatch is hel ..read more
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Journal of Pathology Informatics: High-fidelity detection, subtyping, and localization of five skin neoplasms using supervised and semi-supervised learning
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by WebTeam StageMarketing
1y ago
Pathologywatch Implements AI Technology that Detects 5 Skin Lesion Types with Higher Sensitivity than Previously Published AI Model Authors: James Requa, Tuatini Godard, Rajni Mandal, Bonnie Balzer, Darren Whittemore, Eva George, Frenalyn Barcelona, Chalette Lambert, Jonathan Lee, Allison Lambert, April Larson, Gregory Osmond Highlights Including a large dataset of hand-drawn annotations increases the sensitivity of AI. Integrated supervised and semi-supervised learning is superior to other AI models.  Multi-level training permits subtyping, localization, and margin detection. Derm ..read more
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