Consistency and Improved Workflows for Higher Quality Oncology Care
Achieve insights at the point-of-care to ensure the best outcomes
As a member of the multidisciplinary care team you rely on information contained in images to make decisions on the most appropriate care for your patients. You need:
- Consistent quantitative data for every lesion
- Enhanced clinical decision support (CDS) workflows that drive precise patient management and higher quality care
- Actionable quantitative reports with easy to digest data including today's measurements and difference metrics from previous studies
- A robust database of quantitative imaging features for precision medicine and research initiatives
The HealthMyne QIDS platform can accomplish all of these and much more!
Data you can trust
In the American Journal of Roentgenology's (AJR) article series, "Quantitative Imaging in Oncology Patients" 93% of oncologists reported, "(they) think that patient management is affected by the inclusion of tumor measurements in radiologic interpretations." Yet in the same series, only 7% of radiologists report including those measurements.
The HealthMyne QIDS Platform and Rapid Precise Metrics (RPM)™ functionality makes it easy for Radiologists at the Point-of-Read to obtain true, consistent Long / Short values delivered immediately to the report without verbal dictation. This minimizes inter/intra reader variability and provides more confidence at the Point-of-Care.
Enhanced CDS Workflows
Quantitative imaging data driving precise patient management
Go Beyond the Long and Short
Evidence-based metrics such as volume, density, and mass at your fingertips
Metrics such as volume, mass, and density have extensive published data exhibiting their value beyond the Long and Short in oncology care. Unfortunately, these valuable data points are difficult to extract and until now were mostly unavailable to you when evaluating your patient's diagnosis or response to treatment.
With RPM, not only is the true Long and Short determined, evidence-based metrics including % change from prior and baseline are calculated within seconds and can be included in reports or viewed in the application by anyone on the multidisciplinary team:
- % GGO
- Doubling Times
- Over 500 others!
More Meaningful Reports
Quantitative Tumor Burden Report® (QTBR)®
Assessment of total tumor burden requires aggregation of lesion measurements throughout the body, either in a single report or via reports from different sub-specialty radiologists. Rather than the different disciplines having to compile the information manually and from several sources, the QTBR is able to capture the required quantitative information and present it in a consolidated form.
The QTBR shows all studies for the patient, separated into different study types by body part or modality and is ideal for preparing for, and being used in Tumor Board.
Currently, if the radiology report contains quantitative information it is buried within the text as the Radiologist dictates their findings. This can make it difficult to find and interpret especially when it is a follow up study. The HealthMyne platform integrates with dictation systems so that metrics created with RPM automatically flow to the report in a tabular format. Not only is this easier to read, your choice of metrics beyond the Long and Short, and difference metrics can easily be included and viewed in paper or electronic copies, the PACS system, or the EHR.
Robust Imaging Data
Discoverable database for research and precision medicine efforts
Cancer patients undergo imaging as part of their care, and images contain a wealth of information that can be used to determine diagnoses, prognoses, and even what treatment will work best. Yet, in almost every hospital and clinic, that data is lost because it cannot easily be mined from the dictated radiology report or is not mined from the image to begin with.
The HealthMyne Platform creates 500+ metrics for every lesion identified and saves that data to a discoverable database. Simple data such as the long and short, evidence-based metrics such as volume, density, mass, and doubling time, and even more complex radiomics such as texture and spiculation are now easily mineable and available for inclusion in precision medicine initiatives and for clinical, translational, and commercial research.