Dr. Elisabeth Shearon, of Alverno Laboratories, reviews slide samples of blood, skin and bone that have been scanned into the company’s system. Alverno, which does medical testing and diagnosing for many local hospitals and physicians, recently installed digital pathology that scans patient samples, creating images that are then available to doctors through an online server. This allows doctors to do their work faster and from anywhere. Sam Terese, president and CEO of Alverno Laboratories, left, and Brian Wellborn, manager of anatomic pathology, stand near some of the eight new digital pathology scanners the lab uses to scan patients’ blood, skin and bone samples. Alverno recently installed digital pathology scanners with plans for four more in January. An image from a skin sample is displayed on the screen of Dr. Elisabeth Shearom, of Alverno Laboratories. The lab, which does medical testing and diagnosing for many local hospitals and physicians, recently installed digital pathology that scans skin and blood samples, creating images that are then available to doctors through an online server, allowing them to do their work faster. An image from a skin sample is dis...