Advanced Radiation Centers of New York unlocked significant time savings in their contouring workflow using AutoContour.
Using a number of different methods including open fields, patient plans, and comparisons to Eclipse and ion chamber measurements, UNMC completed a full evaluation of ClearCalc.
Two departments experienced significant time savings by using QuickCode to simplify their billing review workflow.
Learn how UCSD leverages automation to standardize plan documentation produces, save time, and simplify their workflow.
Northeast Oklahoma Cancer Institute (NEOK) has demonstrated that ClearCalc is the right secondary calculation software for their workflow.
The team at BC Cancer uses EZFluence as a solution for their newly implemented Hybrid IMRT technique, allowing them to create high-quality plans in a fraction of the time.
Read the case study to learn about EZFluence's easy implementation and time savings that scale in tandem with departmental use.
A Tennessee cancer center uncovered $150k in incorrectly billed charges using QuickCode, leading to recovered revenue and simplified billing review.
A department in the Northeast leveraged the power of automation using EZFluence for 3D planning, showing dramatic time savings after software implementation.
In implementing QuickCode, an automated billing QA software, a midwestern radiation oncology department brought organization to their billing procedures, allowing them to free up resources to investigate billing errors.
The team at Wayne State gained “the ability to evaluate all planning goals simultaneously during plan creation [resulting] in more efficient plan optimization and realization of planning goals” by using ClearCheck for plan evaluation and reporting.
The University of Zurich investigated EZFluence in an effort to streamline 3D planning in their department. The study found worthwhile improvements in time savings, plan coverage, and reductions in hot spot volumes.
In a study investigating the use of EZFluence software for simplifying breast planning, the group at Stony Brook University Hospital showed an impressive reduction in time savings in addition to other benefits.
In an attempt to streamline their breast planning workflow, the University of California San Diego (USCD) assessed the efficacy of EZFluence as a solution for automating 3D planning.
Northeast Oklahoma Cancer used
EZFluence to simplify 3D field-in-field and electronic compensator (ECOMP) planning for flattening filter free beams using the Varian Halcyon linac.
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