In late September, digital pathology made the front page of the New York Times, but not necessarily good news. This was in stories about the $25M raised by Paige.AI as part of an exclusive-access deal to case files at Memorial Sloan Kettering and the back stories about how the deal was made, who got stock shares, etc. Entry point here.
Some other late September news in Digital Pathology with a few links.
- Startup Proscia pulls in an $8M new funding round for digital pathology software and AI-assisted innovations. Here.
- Publication that neural network software can correctly diagnose a high proportion of common dermatology diagnoses.
- HealthCare Dive article on barriers versus momentum in digital pathology, here.