Huron earns ISO 13485 certification for quality management system

Huron Digital Pathology announced today that it has earned ISO 13485:2003 certification from SAI Global. This certification indicates that the company’s quality management system complies with the requirements of ISO 13485:2003 for the design, manufacture, installation and servicing of digital pathology equipment.

“Huron is dedicated to delivering best-in-class digital pathology solutions to our customers, and this certification solidifies our support of their quality requirements,” said Patrick Myles, CEO of Huron Digital Pathology. “Vendor quality and reliability are key to moving digital workflows in pathology towards mainstream adoption. This certification recognizes our ongoing investment in our quality systems, our staff, and our customers.”

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