Technology | Quality Assurance (QA) | August 06, 2015

IBA Dosimetry Launches New Support Portal

Provider resource offers service quality and 24/7 service accessibility for more efficient and safer radiation therapy QA and customer convenience

IBA, Dosimetry Support Portal, quality assurance, radiation therapy

August 6, 2015 — IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) announced the successful debut of the IBA Dosimetry Support Portal. The most recent addition of the IBA CAREprogram initiative, the Support Portal adds emphasis on customer satisfaction by offering continuous service accessibility and improved service quality for global customer convenience. 

“I find the new Support Portal very helpful in our daily clinical work. We have now all support information in one place, from manuals to technical notes to training content. Furthermore, we can now easily submit a support request via the portal,” said Mathias Dierl, head of medical physics, radiation therapy, Medical Center Bayreuth, Germany. “A great additional feature is that the Support Portal gives me a complete overview of all my IBA dosimetry software versions installed, next upgrades, as well as all equipment hardware including a scheduling overview of needed calibrations, etc.”

Registration and access to the IBA Dosimetry Support Portal is now available. 

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