Episode 12 - 2020 Year End Recap
This episode's guests: Tony Magliocco, Ajit Singh, Matthew Hanna, Joe Lennerz, Mark Tuthill, Michael Isaacs and Dan Milner.
This special year end addition will feature a look back at some of the hot topics and memorable guests we've had on the podcast.
2020 was a memorable year and the most striking event or series of events were related to the global COVID-19 pandemic which facilitated remote sign out for primary diagnosis. Were we ready for this global health emergency? Regulatory barriers, specifically CLIA and FDA regulations were temporarily waived to facilitate the immediate adoption telepathology.
In addition, we'll look at comparisons of pathology to radiology in terms of barriers to adoption and timelines in converting to digital systems. We'll go way back over 100 years to the foundations of pathology and look at what pathology as a discipline has done very well and what the future will hold.
We’ll look at regulation and the emerging field of Regulatory Sciences and hopefully clear up some of the misconceptions. If someone is going to regulate the space it might as well be us. How can we use regulation as a tool to fuel innovation and not as a detriment or hindrance? And we will uncover the truth of the much talked about global shortage of pathologists.
This special episode will feature previous guests Tony Magliocco, Ajit Singh, Matthew Hanna, Joe Lennerz, Mark Tuthill, Michael Isaacs and Dan Milner.
Our guests this episode:
Dr. Tony Magliocco
Dr. Matthew Hanna
Dr. Ajit Singh
Dr. Joe Lennerz
Dr. Dan Milner
Dr. Mark Tuthill