NEW YORK (360Dx) – With digital pathology technologies beginning to see improved clinical uptake, privately held Inspirata reported earlier this month the first-ever digital primary diagnosis of a suspected cancer case with support from the company.

According to Inspirata Chairman and CEO Satish Sanan, the development represents "a huge sea change" in pathology as the discipline moves from an analog to a digital workflow, and could provide a push to the digital pathology field, which has been viewed with some skepticism in the clinical space.

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