The combined Brainlab-Radion service is now live at Valley Medical Oncology Centers (VMOC) in Pleasanton, California. "I rely on the Radion Hub for all of my treatment planning review. The addition of VoyantLink image management is a game-changer for us since it now allows me to review all aspects of a patient plan remotely," said Rakesh Patel, MD, radiation oncologist, VMOC.
To learn more about VoyantLink, visit http://www.voyantlink.com.
Brainlab technology drives collaboration between hospitals and clinicians from a wide variety of subspecialties including neurosurgery and spinal surgery, oncology, orthopedics, ENT, CMF, trauma, and more. Through advanced integration of medical technologies, Brainlab delivers access to new treatment paradigms, which ultimately may result in better outcomes for patients. Founded in 1989, the privately held Brainlab group has about 5,000 systems installed in over 80 countries. Based in Munich, Germany, Brainlab employs 1,020 people in 17 offices worldwide.
Radion was founded in 2008 by a diverse team of business executives, clinicians and software professionals in Silicon Valley to bridge the gaps in cancer patient-care paths so that more patients receive timely and quality treatments. This led to the development of an open source, web-based, patient-centric collaboration platform which optimizes revenue, provides access to expert resources OnDemand and increases operational efficiencies while significantly reducing expenses.
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