Corista Wins 2017 Award for Most Promising Workflow Solution Provider

Corista is helping the nation’s leading hospitals and research centers transform clinical, research and education programs in pathology with a fully integrated, vendor-agnostic digital workflow suite.

CONCORD, Mass.

Corista, an integrated pathology solutions leader, received the “20 Most Promising Workflow Solution Providers 2017” award from CIOReview, an annual listing of the top solution providers that help organizations manage their complicated business processes.

“We are delighted to be on CIOReview’s list of top workflow solution providers,” Corista Founder, President and CEO Elizabeth Wingard said. “This recognition by CIOReview further validates our continued pursuit in providing the most advanced and intelligent workflow solutions for pathologists.”

CIOReview featured Corista in the December issue, where Wingard talked about the future of Pathology and advancing the role of artificial intelligence. Corista is helping the nation’s leading hospitals and research centers transform clinical, research and education programs in pathology with a fully integrated, vendor-agnostic digital workflow suite.

CIOReview is the go-to resource for senior-level technology buyers and decision-makers to learn and share their experiences with products, technologies and technology trends. It bridges the gap between enterprise IT vendors and buyers with a range of in-depth articles and white papers to help CIOs and IT leaders make the right decisions.

About Corista: Shaping the future of digital healthcare delivery

Corista delivers the industry’s most extensive array of workflow, analytical and collaborative tools for pathology. Medical centers can seamlessly integrate with LIS/EHRs in a unified digital environment of whole-slide, gross and static pathology images. Physicians have 21st century tools to collaborate, communicate, teach and report with access to ‘best of breed’ image analytics. Specialists can receive digital consults from remote physicians and patients from across the globe, and Investigator-initiated researchers have an R&D platform to apply their algorithms.

Corista provides for a new level of interoperability for pathology, integrating WSI image scanning systems, image analytics and LIS/EHR platforms with a rich collaborative environment for physicians, patients, bio-tech and pharmaceutical scientists. This is Integrated Pathology™ only from Corista. For more information, visit http://www.Corista.com.

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