TRANSITION IN PATHOLOGY
FOR DIGITAL PATHOLOGY
Your management and image
- Effectively manage your work flow
- Accelerate your image analysis processes
- Share your images quickly
Your imaging platform
for telepathology and teaching
- Develop your telepathology capabilities
- Energize your training programs
- Create real networks of expertise
for macroscopic imaging
- Increase your productivity
- Produce your photos in high definition
- Improve the traceability of your processes
TRIBVN HEALTHCARE PRESENTATION
TRIBVN Healthcare applies digital imaging to diagnostic services. We offer our clients bioscientific and pathological imaging solutions. By integrating the management of digital slides into our software programs we are able to offer products that are on the cutting-edge of technology.
PHARMA & BIOTECH 2/5
Our solutions are used for the discovery of innovative treatments and the validation of companion tests, mainly for cancer. They allow broadband screening of biomarkers by providing a crucial support in the pre-clinical phase. Slides and analysis results sharing is straightforward between multiple centers, teams and contract holders.
ACADEMIC RESEARCH 3/5
At TRIBVN Healthcare we have developed solutions for the quantification and identification of staining. We also offer image analysis modules that are fully automated and reproducible. Features that have been developed for all of your research activities.
Digital imaging has gained a place in both in anatomopathology and biology. It is being increasingly seen in laboratories and is gradually becoming a key element in training as it allows for greater interactivity and dynamism.
Telemedicine is gaining ground throughout all medical disciplines. The advent of telepathology facilitates exchanges between specialists and responds to new challenges in healthcare as well as the need for better diagnostic accuracy.
COMPANIES USING OUR SOLUTIONS
- ACADEMIC RESEARCH
- PHARMA BIOTECH
TRIBVN Healthcare and CYPATH announce a multi-year partnership agreement to digitalize the CYPATH pathology group