Partners

In order to offer complete and approved solutions, Tribvn Healthcare works closely with the manufacturers and academic institutions :

Industrial partners for complete solutions

Hamamatsu

Hamamatsu Photonics provides high-resolution scans for the creation of digital pathology slides.  A partner of Tribvn Healthcare for the supply of complete digital pathology solutions.

Nikon

Nikon Instruments and Tribvn Healthcare are long-term partners. Together we offer complete microscopic solutions by combining high-quality instrumentation with a dedicated software environment.

Infologic Santé

Infologic Santé and TRIBVN Healthcare are working together for the complementarity and the integration of the laboratory new tools, within hospital or private laboratory information system. Thus, TRIBVN Healthcare solutions interface with DIAMIC Laboratory Management System.

Academic partners for approved solutions

APHP

University Hospitals of South Paris and Tribvn Healthcare are working together to develop telepathology in hospitals, particularly tele-extemporaneous pathology analysis. The tele-extemporaneous facility is therefore currently deployed at the Paul Brousse and Bicêtre hospitals, both benchmark organizations. It has been clinically approved for compliant and secure tele-extemporaneous use and has been deemed an equivalent to a standard extemporaneous procedure.

Gustave Roussy

Gustave Roussy is a research, teaching and healthcare center. It cares for patients affected by all types of cancer. Tribvn Healthcare and Gustave Roussy are working together as part of a clinical validation project. A group of pathologists led a study aimed at comparing microscopic diagnostic methods. CaloPix is approved for clinical studies such as Medical Devices for Pathological Diagnostics.

CHUM

The CHUM (Center Hospitalier Universitaire de Montréal, or Montreal University Hospital) and Tribvn Healthcare have teamed up as part of a strategic partnership to create a center of excellence in digital pathology. CaloPix and more specifically the image analysis algorithms it provides will have the benefit of the expertise and the volume of clinical validation work carried out within the pathology department at the CHUM. The objective is to be able to propagate their usage within the diagnostic chain.