News | Oncology Information Management Systems (OIMS) | April 20, 2018

Elekta Expands Mosaiq Oncology Information System With PalabraApps

Enhanced collaboration designed to advance Elekta's clinical workflow productivity and mobility offerings

Elekta Expands Mosaiq Oncology Information System With PalabraApps

April 20, 2018 — Elekta announced that it is making a strategic investment in PalabraApps LLC to advance the development of Elekta's clinical workflow productivity and mobility tools. Tools developed through this investment will provide customers with solutions that are fully integrated with Elekta's Mosaiq oncology information system (OIS) to address the growing need for enhanced clinical efficiency and quality control. This investment extends the collaboration that the companies announced in December 2017 to offer what they call the industry's only voice-enabled electronic health record (EHR).

With this investment, PalabraApps will develop a set of mobility tools that will be available as add-ons for existing Mosaiq customers and will be included as part of bundled solutions offerings for new customers.

For more information: www.elekta.com

 

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