RaySearch inks OIS deal with the University of Wisconsin-Madison

por Lauren Dubinsky, Senior Reporter | June 21, 2017
Business Affairs Health IT Rad Oncology
Planned launch in second
half of 2017
The University of Wisconsin-Madison and RaySearch inked a deal on Monday to further develop the RayCare oncology information system.

It will be used in the university's department of human oncology to unify the different software systems for medical oncology, radiation oncology and surgical oncology.

Integrating those workflows saves time and reduces complications, as well as the risk of errors that typically occur when transferring information between the software systems.
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"RayCare is being designed to coordinate our oncology disciplines, and our hope is to realize the full potential of our diverse clinical resources," John Bayouth, chief of radiation oncology physics at the university, said in a statement.

RaySearch initially partnered with the University of California, San Francisco in February 2016 to develop RayCare. UCSF used it to treat their patients and then provided feedback to further its development.

In April, RaySearch also partnered with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to install RayCare at all of its sites in the Greater Houston area. MD Anderson is planning to translate any of its research findings into practical solutions that other cancer clinics can use.

At the ESTRO 36 congress in Vienna, Austria last month RaySearch announced that RayCare is due to launch in the second half of this year.

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