Trial Design Support
With over 40 years of experience, our group can offer expertise to help in the development of new protocols which utilize radiotherapy.
Medical Physics support is provided to the staff by physicists from Academic facilities. They work with the Radiation Oncologist PI in the development of the radiation therapy (RT) section of the protocol. We have developed standardized protocol templates for the RT section to provide a framework which allows for consistency and uniformity in order to adhere to radiation oncology standards.
Radiation Therapy Data Management
Our team has years of experience with iMedidata Rave, including the building of standard as well as trial specific eCRF’s. Our detailed review and verification ensures the accuracy of site responses on RT forms designed for electronic data capture.
Radiation Therapy Case Review
We use state of the art software to evaluate and analyze RT data and our reviewing Radiation Oncologists are provided convenient and secure access to remotely review treatment plans. The Diagnostic Imaging used for planning is also collected and fused with the RT plan to ensure the highest accuracy in the dosimetric review process. We are also experienced in reviewing radiation treatment charts in a range of formats which provides the team with a comprehensive overview of the radiotherapy process from start to finish.
Our team of Dosimetrists are trained and knowledgeable in the assessment and review of DICOM RT plans for protocol compliance. Protocol specific Dose Volume Analysis reviews are completed and provided to the reviewing Radiation Oncologist by our staff. This is reviewed and scored by the Radiation Oncologist, along with the contour evaluation they complete.
Real-time Pre-Treatment reviews can be performed and feedback provided to the enrolling site within 48 business hours of receipt of the required data. This option ensures a higher compliance rate, as feedback is provided to the site prior to administering any RT. The site can make any necessary changes and resubmit the data for another review.
For those cases appropriate for post-treatment review, feedback can be provided to the sites as a reference for planning future enrolled cases. This valuable educational tool also aids in significantly lowering the deviation rate.