Technology | Quality Assurance (QA) | August 10, 2016

Mobius Highlights Integrated Solutions at 2016 AAPM Meeting

August 10, 2016 — Mobius Medical Systems highlighting even greater integration of its solutions at the 2016 AAPM meeting. Mobius3D version 2.0.1 includes new integration of the company’s DoseLab machine QA software. Clinicians now have the ability to view all of their patient QA and machine QA data in the same user friendly Web interface. Version 2.0.1 also showcases the clinically released cone-beam CT (CBCT) module, the first of its kind online tool for patient positioning QA and patient anatomy verification.

“We strongly believe that the process of Machine QA and Patient QA should be separated, but having access to the results in a single interface offers greater efficiency”, remarked Nathan Childress, Ph.D., founder of Mobius Medical Systems. “We were the first company to offer an integrated solution for plan QA, pre-treatment patient specific QA, and in-vivo per fraction QA. With the addition of patient positioning, anatomy verification and machine QA, there isn’t a more integrated QA system available in our market today.”

Mobius Medical Systems offers software solutions for quality assurance in radiation oncology. Mobius Medical develops DoseLab and Mobius3D, which provide clinicians around the world with the data they need to ensure the safe delivery of radiation treatments. 

For more information: www.mobiusmed.com

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