What is PathologyWatch?

Revolutionizing Pathology for Dermatologists
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PathologyWatch is working with dermatology practices like yours to manage your pathology workflow using a digital model.

This helps to improve the quality of patient care, reduce costs, and open up new potential streams of revenue for clinics and hospitals. It has been shown to streamline clinical workflow by interfacing directly with your EMR of choice, resulting in brilliantly optimized joining of clinical decision-making and patient care.

PathologyWatch Mission

To preserve and extend life for patients while reducing the cost of healthcare.

Our Awesome Team

Dan Lambert

Dan Lambert

Chief Executive Officer | Cofounder

Dan Lambert received a degree from BYU in computer engineering, specializing in field-programmable gate arrays and computer vision. He earned his MBA from Harvard Business School and is a former executive at IBM. He has led multiple successful ventures and company exits to private equity. In 2018, Dan was named an Inc 500 CEO for his work on BoardVitals, a medical education company.

April Larson, MD

April Larson, MD

Chief Medical Officer | Cofounder

Dr. Larson received her medical degree from the University of Utah and completed a research fellowship at the Tom C. Mathews Familial Melanoma Research Clinic at Huntsman Cancer Institute. After her dermatology residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, she devoted herself to patient care for over 10 years. Through PathologyWatch, she sees digital pathology as key to improving dermatology diagnostics through the enhanced correlation of microscopic and clinical skin findings. As the director of the clinical advisory board and clinical implementation at PathologyWatch, she is focused on advancing patient care and access by delivering digital pathology and artificial intelligence solutions to dermatologists both nationally and globally.

Scott Mattivi

Scott Mattivi

Chief Operations Officer

Scott Mattivi graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medical Technology. He received his medical technologist certification from the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Mr. Mattivi also earned his Six Sigma Green Belt Certification to ensure the highest quality of processes and services. Before coming to PathologyWatch, he was president of Eurofins-Viracor BioPharma Services. Currently, Mr. Mattivi serves on five different boards in the healthcare industry.

Michael Torno

Michael Torno

Chief Revenue Officer | Cofounder

Michael Torno has a BA from Kent State and an MA from the University of Akron in Organizational Psychology. Prior to co-founding PathologyWatch, he served as the Senior Vice President of global clinical healthcare markets at Ascend Learning (a portfolio company of Blackstone Private Equity) as well as the general manager of NursingCE. Mr. Torno spent the early stages of his career at Arthur Andersen. In 2002, he immersed himself in the healthcare sector and joined Cerner Corporation and relocated to Australia to drive Cerner’s global expansion. Upon completion of his expatriate assignment, Mr. Torno became a partner in an infectious disease laboratory (Viracor Labs).

Amy Osmond Cook, Ph.D.

Amy Osmond Cook, Ph.D.

Chief Marketing Officer

Dr. Amy Osmond Cook is the chief marketing officer at PathologyWatch. Previously, she served as the chief marketing officer at Simplus, a Salesforce consulting company. Prior to that, she ran a healthcare-based agency that served thousands of clients in the MedTech, post-acute, and other industries. In addition to her work at PathologyWatch, Dr. Amy Osmond Cook is a contributing writer for Forbes and an adjunct faculty member at BYU Hawaii. Her innovative marketing strategies help clients achieve unprecedented success and stand out in crowded markets.

Nicky Crawford

Nicky Crawford

VP Operations

Nicky Crawford has over 23 years of management and venture capital experience, including a successful tenure with Dan Lambert at BoardVitals. A core member from the early stages of PathologyWatch, she builds out and manages successful teams, including QA/QC, HR, contracting/credentialing, logistics, and accounts payable/receivable.

David Knecht

David Knecht

VP of Finance

David Knecht is a CPA whose previous roles include CFO, VP of finance, VP of business integration (leading an SAP implementation), and audit manager. His most recent experience was as vice president of operations at Transplant Genomics. Prior to that, he was vice president of finance at Eurofins Viracor, serving as the finance lead for Viracor and other Eurofins US companies. David has a BS in accounting and business administration from the University of Kansas.

Jeff Hester, PhD

Jeff Hester, PhD

Chief Science Officer

Dr. Hester obtained his PhD in chemistry from the University of Cincinnati, focusing on innovative synthetic approaches to modify nucleic acids and their application in molecular diagnostics. He completed his postgraduate training in applied molecular biology through the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Research Fellowship Program. With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Hester has held key positions such as VP of research and development, executive director of laboratory operations, and director of molecular diagnostics at renowned clinical laboratories and contract research organizations (CROs). He has authored numerous peer-reviewed scientific articles and holds multiple patents for molecular diagnostic methods. Dr. Hester has also served as an adjunct assistant professor and assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine.

Skin biopsy sample on tablet

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Go Digital!

Partner with PathologyWatch to
digitize your workflow.

Step One

Your specimens are delivered to the lab.

Your specimens are delivered to the lab

Step Two

Slides are prepared and digitized.

Slides are prepared and digitized

Step Three

You may sign your own
cases* or have our dermpaths
sign out the case.

Dermatopathologist signs out the case

Step Four

Detailed report interfaces directly with your EMR.

Detailed report is delivered

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Our global mission at PathologyWatch is to modernize medical diagnostics by improving the accuracy, affordability, and availability of pathology.

Dan Lambert


Let’s Get Started

We would love the opportunity to come by your office to show you more about how PathologyWatch can help your practice.