Telepathology enables the remote transmission of pathology images and patient data for consultation and diagnosis. It has proven particularly beneficial in areas with limited access to expert pathologists, allowing for timely and accurate diagnosis without the need for physical sample transportation. Telepathology has also facilitated teleconferencing and virtual multidisciplinary meetings, enabling collaboration among pathologists, clinicians, and researchers across geographical boundaries. Real-time consultations have become possible, enhancing patient care and reducing diagnostic delays. Advancements in Anatomic Pathology have led to improved quality assurance and standardization practices. Digital pathology platforms offer features for quality control, ensuring that images meet predefined standards for resolution, focus, and color accuracy. Standardized protocols for tissue processing, staining, and reporting have been developed, reducing inter-observer variability and ensuring consistency in diagnoses.