Technology | September 30, 2009

ARIA Manages Data, Images, Electronic Medical Records

ARIA is a comprehensive information and image management system that aggregates patient data into a single, organized, oncology-specific medical chart. With ARIA's electronic medical record (EMR), you can effectively manage treatment for patients undergoing medical or radiation/proton therapies. Automated cancer staging, pharmacy preparation and dispensing, and full clinical trials back office support simplify your oncology processes so you can focus on caring for your patients.

ARIA’s rule-based decision engine for medical oncology includes automated safeguards that check for potential contraindications and dose limits, and recommends dose delays for chemotherapy if advisable. These features are based on accepted treatment guidelines and are intended to promote overall patient safety and improve clinical outcomes.

DICOM support in ARIA (including DICOM RT and ION) facilitates the transfer of digital medical images, radiation therapy treatment plans and patient history data between systems. ARIA supports MV, kV, conventional CT, Cone-beam CT, PET or MR images for precise and consistent patient setup.

ARIA's interface engine uses industry-standard HL7 communication protocols to exchange patient records with other hospital and clinical information systems -- making your oncology department an integrated part of the broader healthcare ecosystem. ARIA enables you to make informed treatment decisions for your patients by delivering information from pharmacy, laboratory, pathology, radiology and the hospital information system to your desktop.

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