The U.S. government’s Joint Pathology Center, which houses the world’s largest human tissue repository, recently announced that Proscia, a leading digital and AI pathology company, will provide end-to-end modernization of JPC’s pathology operations. The multi-phase project will digitize the world’s largest human pathology specimen repository in order to enhance biomedical research for cancer and infectious diseases like #covid19, and enable easier data sharing with researchers, diagnosticians, and educators to facilitate medical advances.

The digitization of JPC’s repository will also unlock previously untapped medical data in order to accelerate the development of AI-powered pathology applications for building personalized therapeutics.

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Although most PAs did not use telemedicine in their practices before #covid19, AAPA’s Research Department reports in a recent data brief that PAs are now embracing telemedicine to provide remote, high-quality care to their patients.

“Telemedicine is here to stay,” says Amanda Shelley, PA-C, president of PAs in Virtual Medicine and Telemedicine (PAVMT). “PAs can either can either be leaders and make it great, or we can ignore it until it’s being shoved upon us. It will be part of almost every specialty whether you are prepared or not. It’s really important for PAs to become knowledgeable in it.”

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