News | Digital Pathology | March 07, 2024

Digital and computational pathology solution provider Proscia has announced that Pramana, Inc., is now a Proscia Ready partner, in an alliance the companies report paves the way to advance cancer research and diagnosis with enriched, high-quality DICOM images.

Digital and computational pathology solution provider Proscia has announced that Pramana, Inc. is now a Proscia Ready partner, in an alliance the companies report paves the way to advance cancer research and diagnosis with enriched, high-quality DICOM images.

Digital and computational pathology solution provider Proscia has announced that Pramana, Inc. is now a Proscia Ready partner, in an alliance the companies report paves the way to advance cancer research and diagnosis with enriched, high-quality DICOM images. Image courtesy: Proscia


March 7, 2024 — Software company Proscia, a provider of digital and computational pathology solutions, has announced that Pramana, Inc., an AI-enabled health tech company, is now a Proscia Ready partner. Pramana, headquartered in Cambridge, MA, joins the partner alliance to help life sciences organizations and diagnostic laboratories increasingly leverage enriched, high-quality data, including DICOM images, in their routine research and clinical operations, according to a statement released by Philadelphia, PA-based Proscia.

Proscia Ready was established to help laboratories accelerate the scaled adoption of digital pathology with confidence. It delivers on this aim by offering the freedom to choose from established hardware and software solutions; Proscia’s Concentriq enterprise pathology platform is designed to integrate with partners’ technologies and incorporate them into the diverse workflows it drives. Through their partnership, Proscia and Pramana will work to integrate Pramana’s SpectralHT family of scanners with Concentriq, enabling laboratories to benefit from Pramana’s unique approach to whole slide imaging in daily practice.

“Pramana is expanding the potential of pathology data,” said Arun Ananth, Proscia’s Chief Commercial Officer. “It is empowering pathologists and scientists with richer images so that they can make more informed decisions and enabling them to capitalize on the standardization that DICOM provides. We are thrilled to welcome Pramana to Proscia Ready so that customers can increasingly realize these benefits.”

Pramana’s SpectralHT family of scanners provides automatic quality assessment and image enrichment with valuable metadata, all in a standardized DICOM format. The company’s in-line quality assurance module delivers whole slide images with the highest rate of first-pass success while also storing critical information that can help identify areas for improvement in lab practices for sample preparation.

“Our SpectralHT family of scanners continues to gain traction because of the enriched, high-quality images that they create at scale,” said Mike Koenig, Pramana’s Chief Business Officer. “Joining Proscia Ready was an easy decision for us. The partners understand all that laboratories need to maximize the value of this data, paving the way to accelerate research and diagnosis.”

Proscia Ready is an alliance of solution providers helping laboratories to confidently grow their use of digital pathology. As scaling digital pathology adoption requires a broad portfolio of hardware and software solutions, the partners offer a comprehensive approach that enables laboratories to overcome the complexities of working with multiple vendors. This starts with a commitment to interoperability and extends to joint support agreements and a shared vision to guide future innovation.

Proscia is a software company accelerating the transformation to digital pathology, which reports that its Concentriq enterprise pathology platform and powerful AI applications are advancing the 150-year-old standard of research and diagnosis towards a data-driven discipline.

For its part, Pramana, Inc. is a health-tech company founded by nference, inc., enabling seamless digital pathology adoption by pathology labs and medical centers. Built upon extensive industry experience and patented technological innovation, Pramana is a gateway for pathologists and physicians to utilize AI-enabled decision support.

Both companies will be participating in the upcoming United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology 113th Annual Meeting, USCAP 2024, being held March 23-28 in Baltimore, MD.

More information, visit www.proscia.com, www.pramana.ai


Related Content

News | Artificial Intelligence

April 19, 2024 — Large language model GPT-4 matched the performance of radiologists in detecting errors in radiology ...

Time April 22, 2024
arrow
News | Mammography

April 16, 2024 — The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and GE HealthCare announced their collaboration to ...

Time April 16, 2024
arrow
News | X-Ray

April 1, 2024 — MinXray, a leading manufacturer of imaging systems for medical and veterinary use, recently sent its ...

Time April 01, 2024
arrow
News | PACS

April 1, 2024 — SynthesisHealth LLC has completed the implementation of components that enable remote clinical ...

Time April 01, 2024
arrow
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

March 28, 2024 — Immediately releasing radiology reports under the 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act) empowers patients ...

Time March 28, 2024
arrow
News | Radiation Therapy

March 28, 2024 — RefleXion Medical, Inc., a therapeutic oncology company, and Limbus AI, Inc., a provider of software ...

Time March 28, 2024
arrow
News | SIR

March 26, 2024 — Robert J. Lewandowski, MD, FSIR, an interventional radiologist and professor at Northwestern Medicine ...

Time March 26, 2024
arrow
News | SIR

March 26, 2024 — The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) inducted 34 new Fellows during its Annual Scientific ...

Time March 26, 2024
arrow
News | Digital Pathology

March 25, 2024 — Quantum Pathology, LLC, an independent pathology service provider in the United States, today announced ...

Time March 25, 2024
arrow
News | SIR

March 25, 2024 — The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) Foundation today presented the Leader in Innovation Award ...

Time March 25, 2024
arrow
Subscribe Now