The integration of the two platforms provides immediate access to quantitative image analysis from within Corista’s digital pathology workflow suite
Corista, an integrated pathology solutions leader, is excited to announce our integration with Visiopharm, a global provider of image analysis software. Corista will extend direct access to Visiopharm’s Oncotopix® from within its award-winning DP3® comprehensive workflow suite.
Corista’s DP3 is the digital pathology platform of choice for major medical organizations seeking to create a seamless pathology workflow that integrates with all major digital systems, including all whole slide scanners (WSI) and major laboratory information systems (LIS). The addition of Visiopharm’s quantitative image analytics for analyzing data and images provides pathologists with powerful tools to improve their workflows.
The DP3 platform provides pathologists with embedded capabilities for reading cases, presenting tumor boards, collaborating with colleagues, supporting remote location consults, and facilitating a range of research and educational processes. With today’s announcement, Corista and Visiopharm provide additional ease and powerful functionalities for pathologists while archiving the resulting charts and image insights directly within DP3. Physicians can access the Visiopharm algorithms directly from their DP3 Dashboard and no longer need to leave their desks to access a stand-alone terminal to conduct image analytic routines. Pathologists’ access to Visiopharm’s Oncotopix product suite from within DP3 extends the reach of valuable image analytics while reducing the time to perform each routine.
“Partnering with Visiopharm is an important extension of Corista’s commitment to providing a complete laboratory workflow solution for analytics, streamlining the work environment for pathologists as they continue to deliver the most comprehensive, up to date, and timely patient care,” Corista Founder, President and CEO Elizabeth Wingard said. “This addition to our platform will extend the use of analytics to a wider range of pathologists as they access these capabilities from inside the Corista platform, receiving results from each analysis directly into the case being reviewed.”
“We are pleased to add Corista to our partner community, strengthening our support for the integration of solutions that create a more streamlined workflow for pathologists,” said Amanda Lowe, Senior Vice President of Visiopharm. “Our joint customers will benefit from a digital pathology experience that will deliver improved efficiency and standardization.”
The integration between the two platforms has been completed and is available for installation to existing customers.Visiopharm Categories: Press Releases