The tumor board tool first presents a list of patients to be reviewed during the session. When a patient is selected from the list, RayCare displays the patient’s diagnosis and background information.
Relevant information such as radiology reports, pathology results, lab results and other clinical data can be easily accessed and reviewed directly from the tumor tumor board interface, and an imaging workspace allows interaction with the patient’s medical images, including CT scans, PET and MRI images and X-rays.
Once the patient’s diagnosis and staging have been set as definitive, the tumor board tool suggests treatment options based on the specified clinical criteria.
Care pathways can be easily selected from the list of treatment alternatives and assigned to the patient. RayCare then generates a workflow for the patient and displays a timeline for care. Once agreed upon by the team, RayCare documents the decision, generates a tumor board note and permits additional summary information to be added.
RayCare can also propose clinical trials for which the patient may be eligible.
*Regulatory clearance required in some markets.