14 March 2023 | Tuesday | News
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Through the partnership, Qritive's artificial intelligence modules and Corista's DP3® image management platform will be integrated to help pathologist's focus their time towards more complex case work. The combined solution enables computational modules to screen for prostate and colon cancers, quantify IHC markers, and detect lymph node metastasis.
With this integrated solution, pathologists will be able to increase their efficiency by prioritizing and grading specific cases, while improving the detection of difficult to diagnose cancers. This enhanced digital pathology workflow will allow for pre-reviewed AI analysis of digital pathology images utilizing any whole slide image scanning device and laboratory information system (LIS).
Corista's industry-leading clinical image management system DP3 is DICOM-compliant, enables voice collaborations, remote case review, global consults, integrated image analysis with both in-house and commercially available systems, and a proprietary LIS Connector— all in one platform. Combined with Qritive's AI modules for prostate, colon, lymph metastasis, and the quantification of IHC markers, the integrated solution will support pathologists in making the highest quality diagnoses, while freeing their time for the review of challenging cases.
"Qritive is pushing new frontiers in pathology with Al that is safe, adaptable, and reliable for clinical use," said Aneesh Sathe, CEO and Co-founder of Qritive. Mr. Sathe continued to state "Corista's image management system combined with the assistive power of Qritive's AI modules is the ideal workbench for pathologists to conduct diagnostics with ease, consistency, and precision."
Corista's DP3 platform was built in conjunction with some of the most respected pathology centers at leading medical centers in the US, specifically for clinical-grade pathology use cases. Today, DP3 is the digital pathology platform of choice for many of the largest medical centers across the country", said Liz Wingard, CEO and Co-founder of Corista. "Our partnership with Qritive will advance the use of artificial intelligence applications to support the growing demands on pathologists to keep up with the pace of their workloads, and the challenges of cancer diagnosis."