2017 Customer Attitudes and Adoption Plans of Digital Pathology Technologies

A Voice of Customer Study to Compare Trends Between Current and Potential Adopters of Digital Pathology Platforms

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A digital pathology end-user research was conducted to identify trends and developments in the field of digital pathology. The survey sought to collect the key information on usage and adoption and compare the perceptions of current and potential adopters of this technology. For the survey, lab managers and pathologists of pathology facilities were invited to participate in an online survey conducted between June 2017 and July 2017. To qualify for survey participation, respondents had to be working in a private or public laboratory, clinical research institution, reference laboratory, academic medical center laboratory, hospital lab, or diagnostic company that employs digital pathology. Respondents had to be co

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsResearch Background, Objectives, MethodologyResearch ObjectivesResearch MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Respondent DemographicsRespondent DemographicsRespondent Demographics (continued)Respondent Demographics (continued)Respondent Demographics (continued)General Usage and Topic Areas of InterestInterest in the Usage of Digital PathologyUse Case of Digital PathologyPerception on FDA’s clearance on Digital Pathology ProductsTopics of Interest to Current and Future UsersPerceptions on Cloud-Enabled Digital PathologyPerception on Usage of Glass Vs Digital Image for Second Opinion and ConsultsUptake of Telepathology in 5 yearsCurrent User Trends—Pathology Facility Workload and BudgetsCase Load AnalysisOverall Lab Budgets for New Instrument Purchase &Annual Lab IT Spend on Storage of Scanned Images Current User Trends—Digital Pathology Workflow AnalysisMethods of Recording Data ElectronicallyTechnologies Currently Used Image StorageImage Format and SizeMonthly Storage and Network RequirementImage Archiving and Image CompressionLicensing Model for Image AnalysisFrequently Outsourced CapabilitiesCurrent User Trends—Vendor Perception from Current UsersCriterion for Vendor SelectionBrand Awareness—Scanners and APLISBrand Awareness—PACS and Image ArchivingPotential User Trends—Pathology Facility Workload and BudgetsTimeframe to Acquire New SolutionsReasons for not Investing EarlierCase Load AssessmentAnnual Lab BudgetsPotential User Trends—Investment into Digital Pathology WorkflowFuture Planned InvestmentsImage Storage Location Monthly Storage Requirement and Image FormatImage Archiving and Image CompressionPotential User Trends—Future Adopter Vendor PerceptionCriterion for Vendor Selection (Future Adopters)Brand Awareness—Scanners and APLISBrand Awareness—PACS and Image ArchivingTop Innovative Companies in Digital Pathology SpacePerception of Molecular Pathologists vs. HistopathologistsReasons for Not Investing—Molecular Pathology Vs. HistopathologyUse Cases Leading Adoption of Digital PathologyFuture Investment in Technology APLIS Vendor PreferenceThe Last WordFuture Trends and ObservationsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAdditional Sources of InformationThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerNorth America and Europe PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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