New!ChartCheckAutomated Treatment Evaluation


Proactive treatment evaluation in seconds

Despite advancements in other areas of radiation oncology, physicists still perform manual weekly chart review once a week. ChartCheck, a treatment evaluation software, actively monitors patient data in real-time to ensure safety for ongoing treatments. With automatic notifications for failing checks, plan errors can be investigated and resolved immediately, resulting in higher quality patient care and significant time savings.

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Continuous 24/7 monitoring

ChartCheck verifies ongoing treatment data after each and every fraction.


Automated alerts

  • Real-time alerts to stay informed of failing checks
  • Daily summary to verify treatments are going according to plan

Integrated automation

ChartCheck collects and compares ongoing treatment data to provide validation for:

  • Prescription information and plan properties
  • Dose summation and treatment progression
  • Imaging shifts and approval status
  • Documentation—including timeouts, journal entries, RTT notes, and more

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Weekly Checks

Automated Treatment Evaluation

Elevated confidence in patient treatment progression



  • Perform a full suite of clinical checks
  • Detect errors close to the source
  • Maximize patient safety


  • User centric interface to quickly discover errors
  • Instant notifications of issues
  • Daily treatment summaries


  • Monitor treatment progress 24/7
  • Integrated with Varian’s ARIAR OIS
  • Built in checks from TG 275 and MPPG 11

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How can ChartCheck help your department?

By consolidating all safety and on treatment quality checks to one platform, ChartCheck makes routine physics checks proactive and simple, saves time, and gives physicists confidence in their treatment evaluation.

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Radiation Oncologist Dr. James Ruffer, MD from Advocate Aurora Health provides his clinical perspective on automation and its impact on patient care.