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City of Hope Testing New Communication Link Between Cancer Therapy System and Elekta Electronic Medical Record System
Date:2/17/2010

ATLANTA, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ – City of Hope (Duarte, Calif.), a leading research and treatment center for cancer and other diseases, is the first medical center to implement an electronic interface that links its TomoTherapy® Hi-Art® treatment systems with the MOSAIQ® radiation oncology information management system. The connection enables communication between the MOSAIQ and the Hi-Art systems, facilitating access to vital information, such as the patient's treatment verification and documentation, insurance company data, and data and records between clinicians, scientists and outside laboratories involved in the patient's care.

"Essentially, the MOSAIQ-Hi-Art interface aims to improve patient safety and overall workflow. It aids in plan selection on the Hi-Art system and streamlines our department's efficiency by recording delivered treatments and charges," says Jeffrey Wong, M.D., Chairman, Department of Radiation Oncology. "The interface now allows us to schedule patient treatments for the Hi-Art in MOSAIQ and also to transfer and record treatment delivery information from the Hi-Art in the MOSAIQ patient chart. It furthe
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