The FDA clears FullFocus™,

a viewer for primary diagnosis of digital pathology images

The intuitive and responsive FullFocus viewer received FDA 510(k) clearance for the purpose of primary diagnosis of digital pathology slides in the U.S. on July 15th, 2020. FullFocus was designed to offer a collaborative and pathologist-centric viewing experience from any CLIA-certified or exempt location*.

*Per CMS guidelines, remote review is possible during the

COVID 19 Public Health Emergency

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FullFocus™

FullFocus is available for pathology teams in health systems, clinics and laboratories to examine histology slides and sign out from any CLIA-certified or exempt location*.

During the COVID-19 emergency use period, FullFocus can be used with a broad range of monitors and scanners as defined by the FDA on April 24th  2020 and is noted in the guidance aimed at expanding availability of and access to remote viewing and reporting of digital pathology slides.

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The Paige Platform

A better way to go digital

FullFocus operates within the Paige Platform, an enterprise imaging solution for digital pathology. The Paige Platform also offers secure, scalable storage and is compatible with existing digital pathology solutions including most scanners, monitors and laboratory information systems (LIS).

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A pathologist-centric user experience

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Secure, scalable, and highly available storage

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Fast performance to load and view digital slides

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Cost effective and with no upfront capital expenses

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Access to digital slides for multiple users from any internet enabled location*

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Fast to deploy and minimal ongoing maintenance needs

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Ready to deliver  computational pathology products

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Designed for interoperability with most scanners, monitors, and LIS

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*Per CMS guidelines, remote review is possible during the COVID 19 Public Health Emergency