Tiger Health Technology is on a global mission

Sofia, January 25, 2024 – Tiger Health Technology is becoming an integral part of the global digital pathology community, starting 2024 as a proud member of the European Society of Digital and Integrative Pathology (ESDIP). Furthermore, we have secured our spot for the annual meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) – the largest gathering of pathologists in the world.
January 25, 2024
Tiger Health Technology is becoming an integral part of the global digital pathology community, starting 2024 as a proud member of the European Society of Digital and Integrative Pathology (ESDIP). Furthermore, we have secured our spot for the annual meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) – the largest gathering of pathologists in the world.
Both events highlight our commitment to the field of digital pathology, aligning with our broader vision to support cloud and AI adoption in healthcare. They are pivotal for Tiger Health Technology to continue the development of ‘Health BRIDGE’ – the software platform for lifecycle management of unstructured medical data.

The growth of digital pathology data is remarkable, and it's not just about storage capacity. It’s also about accessibility and the transformative potential of AI augmentation. “We firmly believe that a hybrid strategy in digital pathology is the key, and ‘Health BRIDGE’ is here to support that,” stated Nikola Apostolov, CEO of Tiger Health Technology. ‘Health BRIDGE’ brings a comprehensive platform of solutions. It ensures medical data is properly stored, intelligently tiered, and readily available wherever the customers may be.

How can we transition from focusing on cost to emphasizing ROI in digital pathology adoption?

About the European Society of Digital and Integrative Pathology (ESDIP): It was announced at the 13th European Congress on Digital Pathology, held in Berlin, Germany, May 25 – 28, 2016. Supporting the key role of Pathologist by Integrative Digital Pathology initiatives is the main objective of the European Society of Digital and Integrative Pathology (ESDIP). This initiative – open to medical, academia and industrial participation – is fostering the emergence of compliant protocols, standards, by accelerating the dissemination and the education around these concepts and technologies in Europe and beyond.

About the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP): It is the largest North American organization of pathologists. USCAP’s annual meeting is the largest gathering of pathologists in the world.

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