Sectra installs digital pathology system at Mayo Clinic

By LabPulse.com staff writers

June 26, 2020 -- Sectra has completed the first phase of an enterprise-wide rollout of a digital slide review and image storage and management system at the Mayo Clinic.

During the first phase of the digital pathology rollout, the system was installed at the Mayo Clinic practice in Rochester. Once proof of concept, system testing, and configuration activities are complete, it will be introduced gradually to Mayo Clinic departments throughout Rochester, Florida, and Arizona, as well as the Mayo Clinic Health System. A domestic Mayo Clinic Laboratories client will pilot the new digital intake process later this year, according to a press statement.

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Last Updated ls 6/26/2020 12:02:36 PM