iCIMS will be showing the latest version of our Multidisciplinary Team solution at the annual Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) Scientific Meeting.
The solution, Integrated Cancer Information Management System (ICIMS) is being rolled out across all tumour streams at the Sydney Adventist Hospital (SAN) with two streams (Breast Cancer and Lung Cancer) already live.
The ICIMS system adds another layer of automation to the purpose-built Integrated Cancer Centre ( https://www.sah.org.au/cancer-integratedcare) by managing the flow of each MDT meeting, autopopulating ICIMS forms with data from eight different SAN systems including patient demographics, pathology reports, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation oncology. Additionally for each patient the summary data for the meeting is sent to the SAN EMR.
Access to the system is role-based and controlled by Active Directory with single sign-on (SSO) being implemented.
Gavin Marx, the clinical director of the San Integrated Cancer Centre, said the system was proving to be an important collaboration between the San and iCIMS.
“The accelerating pace of improving care and treatment of our patients at the San is founded on complex multidisciplinary collaboration through efficient access to all the critical information we need for care planning and driving ongoing research,” Associate Professor Marx said.
“Our ICIMS is the bedrock for reliable collection, analysis and presentation of big data information for our multidisciplinary teams.”