Diagnexia puts some of Canada’s and the world’s top pathology minds on your case.
Receive primary diagnostic or secondary consult reports in a matter of days.
Remove backlogs. Balance workloads. Improve patient outcomes.
Rapid turnaround time for primary diagnostic and secondary consult reports.
Effortless and intuitive reporting. With integrated final and synoptic reports and seamless export into your LIS.
We pride ourselves on adhering to local regulatory guidelines and standards, ensuring the utmost quality and compliance.
Unrivalled accessibility. Onboard content and monitor cases from anywhere.
Clear backlogs, reduce workloads
Our laboratory facilities deliver an efficient, complete pathology and clinical diagnostics service for primary reporting.*
Our pathology team’s unrivalled subspecialty expertise results in rapid and confident consultation on difficult cases.
Collaborate with our network of independent, expert pathologists for unbiased case evaluations, comprehensive performance feedback, and continuous learning opportunities.
Diagnexia comes with a comprehensive suite of reporting templates. Synoptic reports come pre-loaded with imagery. Completed reports can be seamlessly integrated back into your LIS*. Workflows perfectly align with your lab.
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Get Canada's and the world’s most esteemed specialists on your case
The subspecialty pathologists in the Diagnexia network are some of the most widely published and respected names in their fields.
They are the authors, lecturers and educators shaping the future of pathology.
Each is available to consult on your case. Use the REQUEST CONSULT link to contact them directly.
We provide unbiased external feedback on your technical or diagnostic quality. This ranges from scanner artifacts to assessment of pathology reports.
The former includes comments on colour calibration, image quality and any technical flaws that impact on image quality and fidelity.
Our internationally-recognised experts can provide objective feedback on quality of pathology reports encompassing report structure, content and diagnostic accuracy.
Confidence in the team, confidence in the results.
Our dedicated team of pathologists, based in Canada, is provincially licensed and fully trained to conduct digital image reviews in line with CAP best practice guidelines. They also possess the necessary qualifications to perform secondary consults in accordance with their local regulatory requirements.
We are expanding our global accessioning centers to Toronto, we launched in May 2023.
We meet Information Security Management standards in accordance with ISO27001.
You’re fully supported however you prefer to work.
Use your existing digital pathology scanner to directly accession cases into our system. Significantly reducing turnaround time and cost on referrals.
Physically refer cases to our Diagnexia office in Canada for accessioning into our system.
No need to organise collection and delivery to our scanning centre in Toronto, we have it covered. We will organise an end-to-end collection and return process with specimen tracking.
You can onboard content, access diagnostics and monitor every case at any time, from anywhere in the world.
Our reliable IT support, provided 7 days a week, ensures that any technical issues are resolved promptly and efficiently. With on-demand assistance, users can get the help they need at any time, day or night.
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The Toronto Diagnexia Accessioning Office is Now Open
Join our Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Runjan Chetty, as he hosts the next webinar in our "Challenging Cases" series, focusing this time on the intricate world of Prostate Pathology.
Join our webinar host, Dr. Hamid Kazerouni, and expert consultant pathologist for our Diagnexia service, Dr. Klaudia Nowak, for the third webinar in our "Challenging Case" series.
Our podcast series touches on topics like the future of pathology, innovation and digital pathology. The impact of this on practice, use of diagnostic algorithms & challenges confronting pathology across the world in the next 5-10 years.
In this episode, we're joined by Andrea Gooding, Specialty General Manager for Cellular Pathology at Nottingham University Hospitals, and our very own Anthony Johnson, UK Sales Manager
In the second episode of our series Diagnexia Dialogues we speak to Bob McGonnagle and Moira Larsen
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Oxford OX4 4GP