Episode 9 - Hurdles for Integration
This episode's guests: Michael Isaacs
Our guest this episode of Digital Pathology Today™ is Michael Isaacs.
This episode will be examining fully integrated digital pathology systems with Michael Isaacs. We discover what this system will look like and what it will mean compared to the analog model. We will discuss the business case and return on investment for full scale adoption for varying usage and size.
More About Michael Isaacs
H. Michael Isaacs, Director of Clinical Informatics and Business Development, Department of Pathology and Immunology; Washington University School of Medicine
Mike is the Director of Clinical informatics and Business Development in Department of Pathology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; A computer science background and over 25 years of experience in supporting Information Technology in the laboratory has provided Mike the ability to identify the informatics needs of the Department. For the last two years Mike has focused on building ans integrating Digital Pathology Solutions for Internal use and for their Outreach Client business for WU/BJC Hospital; now His primary interest is providing a strategic vision for the implementation of Digital Pathology for the BJC HealthCare system, to better meet their patient’s needs. Mike is has been on the DPA board of directors for the last 5 years and is currently Co-Charing the Education Committee for the DPA.