Stop Relying on Systems That Treat Your Hardest Work as an Afterthought
Plan calculation and optimization have become more automated over time. However, important pre-planning tasks remain challenging and are often neglected.
Radiation oncologists have myriad uncertainties that must be balanced in order to deliver safe and effective treatments. Flexible automation combined with industry-leading imaging and contouring tools allow you to standardize your segmentation process, incorporate more data, and reduce the uncertainties you face.
Improve Contour Quality
By incorporating all of the clinical data available to you and having QA built into your clinical workflow, you can be confident that your contours are of the highest quality.
Faster SIM to Treatment Planning Time
Reducing the number of manual tasks and standardizing the steps within the contouring process, clinics can shorten the time from a patient’s initial scan to treatment. This automated process also ensures that work is preserved and smoothly transferred between clinicians.
Streamline Your Pre-Planning Workflow
Intuitive and Flexible Automation
The automation in the MIM Maestro Department Solution is adaptable and designed to handle the varying treatments your clinic delivers.
- Identifies and processes incoming cases with customizable workflows.
- Auto-saves sessions to hand-off work seamlessly between clinicians.
- Allows for time to be focused on qualitative planning decisions.
Hear from a few of our customers about how MIM addresses these complex steps throughout the pre-planning process.
Giuseppe Sasso of Auckland City Hospital and Zuofeng Li of the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute discuss the various benefits that MIM’s multi-modality fusion provides in their workflows – including both increased efficiency and confidence in the treatment plan.
Giuseppe Sasso and Zuofeng Li describe their experiences using MIM's ITV contouring tools. In both of their departments, MIM has provided uniquely efficient tools for one of the most time-consuming steps in the contouring process.
Benjamin Sintay of Cone Health and Giuseppe Sasso explain the benefits of MIM automation in their clinics. They share the ongoing improvements in patient care that automated processes provide and how MIM positions their staff to spend less time on mundane tasks and more time on plan quality assessment.
Radiation Oncologist Dr. Siddhartha Baxi and Clinical Operations Specialist Ian Quin of GenesisCare Australia describe the center’s use of MIM, the efficiency gains they have seen since the implementation, and the staff response.
Auto-Contouring is Integral to Your Entire
Pre-Planning Clinical Workflow
Contouring is one of the most time-consuming steps in the treatment planning process. Contour ProtégéAI was developed to significantly reduce the clinical burden of contouring in Radiation Oncology departments.