Point-of-Care Diagnostic System

GenPrime offers the best in class Point-of-Care (POC) reader technology for the diagnostic healthcare industry. Our FDA-cleared rapid test reader accurately reads all formats of lateral flow and other visually interpreted tests, including:

Clinically Validated, FDA-Cleared
Genprime’s portable diagnostics reader has been rigorously tested during extensive clinical trials by actual point-of-care site operators and has proven to be easy to use and highly effective. Trained clinicians can obtain non-subjective test results in a laboratory or at the point of care. The device reader is appropriate for a wide range of indications as well, including:

Commercially Proven in the U.S. and Europe
Multiple OEM partners have been successfully distributing our POC reader in Europe since 2012, and started in the U.S. in 2016. The robust, qualitative and quantitative reader technology is used by laboratories, hospitals and physicians. IVD programs have smoothly transitioned from visual- and transcription-based to instrumented and connected diagnostics.

Interprets virtually any visual assay
The broad spectrum of testing capabilities provided by our lateral-flow assay reader is made possible by Genprime’s patented algorithm. This emerging point-of-care technology allows Genprime’s POC Reader to interpret pads, lines, dots or patterns. Additionally, the POC Reader can interpret multiple tests simultaneously. You can also choose qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative test results. Analysis is completed electronically for nonsubjective test results, leaving little to no room for human error.

Integrates with LIS and EMR Systems
Our POC Reader platform follows international HL7 protocols for transferring and communicating health information data—the same ones used for connected diagnostics by most healthcare providers. That means our point-of-care reader can easily share with all of your LIS and EMR databases. To prevent clerical errors, our reader also scans bar codes and stores all images and electronic results automatically.

Scalable for a single assay or higher throughout
Genprime’s diagnostic reader will fit your needs whether you need to do one test a day or complete hundreds of samples. It also can be adapted to capture images using hardware with the appropriate footprint for your volume of testing.

Drugs of Abuse Testing

GenPrime’s first application for its Point-of-Care Test Reader provides rapid, one-step screening for Drugs of Abuse (DOA). Configured to simultaneously detect multiple drug metabolites in human urine, it works with cups, cassettes, dip cards and more.

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High Resolution
Image Capture
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USB Cable
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Power Cord
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Virtually any device
format can be enabled
on our POC Reader,
including Urinalysis and
Specimen Validity
Dipsticks.

Specifications

GenPrime’s diagnostic reader platform consists of a small, portable, high-resolution flatbed scanner and customized software for lateral flow tests that are intended for use on the system. The scanner has a lid with a custom opening for the test device as well as a stand that puts it at the appropriate angle for running and reading tests.


An image of a compatible test device is captured and the software algorithm determines from the image whether the presence or absence of device-specific indicators (i.e. colored test lines) are associated with a positive or negative result for each analyte on a test format. The software also confirms the validity of the results by verifying the presence of control lines


Size & Weight

11 x 6.3 x 5 in

2.4 lbs.


Power Supply

100-240V; 1-0.5A, 50/60Hz


Interface

USB 2.0


Optical System

Color Charged Coupled Device (CCD)


Operating System Requirements

MS Windows® 7, 8, and 10


Minimum Processor Required

Intel® Pentium 4 1.5 GHz or equivalent


Results are recorded and logged into a database along with an image of the test, patient and operator information and the time of image capture. The results can be viewed, printed, or sent to a recipient via email or other electronic method. Geneprime’s POC Reader is designed modularly and can include computer hardware or be deployed on your computer. Because it is software based, the application can run on any Windows device, including laptops, tablets, and servers, even those that are Cloud-based.

Clinically Validated, FDA-Cleared

Genprime’s portable diagnostics reader has been rigorously tested during extensive clinical trials by actual point-of-care site operators and has proven to be easy to use and highly effective. Trained clinicians can obtain non-subjective test results in a laboratory or at the point of care. The device reader is appropriate for a wide range of indications as well, including:

Commercially Proven in the U.S. and Europe

Multiple OEM partners have been successfully distributing our POC reader in Europe since 2012, and started in the U.S. in 2016. The robust, qualitative and quantitative reader technology is used by laboratories, hospitals and physicians. IVD programs have smoothly transitioned from visual- and transcription-based to instrumented and connected diagnostics.

Interprets virtually any visual assay

The broad spectrum of testing capabilities provided by our lateral-flow assay reader is made possible by Genprime’s patented algorithm. This emerging point-of-care technology allows Genprime’s POC Reader to interpret pads, lines, dots or patterns. Additionally, the POC Reader can interpret multiple tests simultaneously. You can also choose qualitative, semi-quantitative and quantitative test results. Analysis is completed electronically for nonsubjective test results, leaving little to no room for human error.

Integrates with LIS and EMR Systems

Our POC Reader platform follows international HL7 protocols for transferring and communicating health information data—the same ones used for connected diagnostics by most healthcare providers. That means our point-of-care reader can easily share with all of your LIS and EMR databases. To prevent clerical errors, our reader also scans bar codes and stores all images and electronic results automatically.

Scalable for a single assay or higher throughout

Genprime’s diagnostic reader will fit your needs whether you need to do one test a day or complete hundreds of samples. It also can be adapted to capture images using hardware with the appropriate footprint for your volume of testing.

Specifications

GenPrime’s diagnostic reader platform consists of a small, portable, high-resolution flatbed scanner and customized software for lateral flow tests that are intended for use on the system. The scanner has a lid with a custom opening for the test device as well as a stand that puts it at the appropriate angle for running and reading tests.


An image of a compatible test device is captured and the software algorithm determines from the image whether the presence or absence of device-specific indicators (i.e. colored test lines) are associated with a positive or negative result for each analyte on a test format. The software also confirms the validity of the results by verifying the presence of control lines


Size & Weight

11 x 6.3 x 5 in

2.4 lbs.


Power Supply

100-240V; 1-0.5A, 50/60Hz


Interface

USB 2.0


Optical System

Color Charged Coupled Device (CCD)


Operating System Requirements

MS Windows® 7, 8, and 10


Minimum Processor Required

Intel® Pentium 4 1.5 GHz or equivalent


Results are recorded and logged into a database along with an image of the test, patient and operator information and the time of image capture. The results can be viewed, printed, or sent to a recipient via email or other electronic method. Geneprime’s POC Reader is designed modularly and can include computer hardware or be deployed on your computer. Because it is software based, the application can run on any Windows device, including laptops, tablets, and servers, even those that are Cloud-based.

Drugs of Abuse Testing

GenPrime’s first application for its Point-of-Care Test Reader provides rapid, one-step screening for Drugs of Abuse (DOA). Configured to simultaneously detect multiple drug metabolites in human urine, it works with cups, cassettes, dip cards and more.

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