This new partnership is dedicated to bringing cutting edge digital pathology tools to PAML and its partners and enable them to benefit from collaboration

PAML a medical reference laboratory ranked among the top clinical reference laboratories in the United States and an industry leader in joint venture partnerships with community based hospitals and Aurora Interactive, a world leader in digital pathology communications announced today that they have signed a license agreement for Aurora’s mScope digital pathology communications platform and viewer to enhance PAML’s technology services offering.

“The partnership with Aurora is an important part of our commitment to the community practice of medicine and the virtue of collaboration in the medical sphere,” said Dr. Tom Tiffany, PAML’s CEO/President. “Our choice of a platform designed from its inception for the efficient and flexible networking of pathologists is fully consistent with our goal of providing turn-key solutions to enable competitive offerings to physicians in their local communities.”

“Aurora’s proven commitment to interoperability, image-type agnostic open architecture, and service culture were also key to our decision” added Mr. Sonny Varadan, Chief Information Officer.

“We firmly believe that mScope will allow us to provide our pathologist partners with best in breed communications tools they need while maintaining their freedom to choose their preferred scanning and analysis tools” said Dr. Joseph Schappert MD, Medical Director

“We are very excited about PAML’s decision to include mScope in the cutting edge technology offering to its partners. We believe that PAML’s vision of making it possible for pathologists to practice within their community while bringing them together virtually for better patient care is fully aligned with Aurora’s commitment to collaborative pathology”, stated Pierre Le Fèvre, President and Chief Executive Officer, Aurora Interactive.