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After years of experience in the digital pathology space, we’ve learned about many of the obstacles that customers have faced when adopting digital pathology. We often hear “It’s just too expensive”, “What specs really matter?”, or “I don’t even know where to start”. Here at Motic, we want to make the adoption process as easy as possible and answer the questions that you may have. This is why we’ve created this guide, which answers many of the FAQ’s and concerns that first-time adopters have had.
January 25, 2022
Vancouver, British Columbia – Motic, a leading provider of digital pathology solutions, today announced that the MoticEasyScan product line of Whole Slide Scanners obtained a Health Canada Class II Medical Device License. MoticEasyScan systems are now certified for Clinical use in Canada, introducing, for the first time, high-quality and affordable solutions to facilitate Digital Pathology adoption in Canada. Health Canada Class II certification will enable pathologists in Canada to use the MoticEasyScan scanners and software as diagnostic tools to scan, share and use whole-slide images for primary diagnosis.
November 10, 2021
The ability for digital pathology to help fight cancer in lower income countries is both one of the most recognized potentials of the technology, and also one of its least-often fulfilled. Motic’s goals for its new telepathology platform is to help affordably connect regional front-line hospitals with global medical professionals to advance healthcare and scientific discovery.
August 18, 2021
In this work, a team conducts an investigation of the expression of the CREB1 gene in ovarian cancer by deeply excavating the gene information in multiple databases and the mechanism.
April 28, 2021
Featured in April 2021’s edition of The Pathologist, various images scanned using a MoticEasyScan Pro were included in the “Picture Perfect Pathology,” editorial.
April 16, 2021
During this tutorial, Dr. Kabeer Shah speaks to the specific clinical use cases where whole-slide imaging and digital pathology improve the efficiency of his practice, and how clinicians in organizations, both big and small, can better understand how digital pathology can contribute to their practice.
April 13, 2021
Whole-slide imaging (WSI) digital pathology represents a viable option for improving efficiencies in clinical workflows; however, this doesn’t come without complications. Unless hospital systems and labs fully understand their own use cases and how digital pathology would tangibly benefit them, convincing administrators and colleagues to invest in this technology can prove to be difficult.
April 12, 2021
In this work, a team conducts an investigation to experimentally demonstrate the therapeutic benefits of MLA-assisted fractional PTT on colorectal cancer, in comparison to flat fiber-based PTT.
April 8, 2021
Motic and its partners, Dr. Böcking and the BC Cancer Agency, implemented digital pathology using DNA-ploidy analysis to automate and scale cervical cancer screening in underserved areas in China.
February 15, 2021
Published in Pathology – Research and Practice, this article evaluates the current state of digital pathology for clinical, research, and education use and looks forward to future challenges and developments.
February 15, 2021

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