HEALTIS is a MRI Safety and Compatibility laboratory based in Nancy, France; founded in 2012 by Yannick Ponvianne, Cédric Pasquier and Jacques Felblinger.
HEALTIS was created from the research laboratories dedicated to MRI IADI INSERM U947 and CIC-IT INSERM CIT801, which have more than 20 years of experience in the design and development of instruments which operate in the MRI environment.
Since 2012, HEALTIS has acquired a strong recognition for its experience in the field of medical device safety in MRI, focusing on the quality of its services, customer support and the research and development of new activities.
HEALTIS now offers a range of services for medical device manufacturers who want to evaluate the safety of their products in the MRI environment or design an MRI-compatible device:
- MRI-compatible device design support,
- Medical Device safety training in an MRI environment, for R & D teams or regulatory affairs,
- Technical and Regulatory Assistance, to define a relevant evaluation strategy for determining and justifying worstcases,
- Numerical modeling for risk assessment or worstcase determination
- MRI safety and compatibility tests, under ISO17025 accreditation*,
- Interpretation of test results and assistance in device labelling according to ASTM F2503.
Recognizing that our work is important to our customers, Healtis has been committed to a consistent quality policy since its inception; to ensure the reliability of our results for our clients.
* HEALTIS is ISO/IEC 17025 accredited (accreditation N° 1-6320, scope available on www.cofrac.fr).
The HEALTIS team is composed of highly qualified engineers and PhDs. All of whom participate in research programs and are members of normative groups in the field.
HEALTIS is growing and is always searching for new collaborators. Join us
Research and Development
In our field, knowledge evolves rapidly. HEALTIS is a key player in these developments thanks to its Research and in-house Development program. Our technical team, made up of engineers, PhDs and technicians from diverse backgrounds, aims to develop and optimize innovative methods and tools for risk assessment related to the introduction of devices in the MRI environment.
This program is co-financed by the Région Grand Est, the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) and BPI France.