RaySearch Laboratories has announced that New York University (NYU) Langone Hospital – Long Island will be replacing its treatment planning system with RayStation. The installation will provide NYU with advanced automation tools, machine learning techniques, and compatibility with their existing linear accelerators and radiosurgery systems. The implementation aims to enhance treatment quality and efficiency, provide contingency planning, and unify treatment planning across all modalities. RaySearch is pleased to assist NYU Langone in its goal of delivering world-class care to patients.
RaySearch Laboratories has recently announced that RayStation, their advanced treatment planning system, will be replacing the existing system at New York University (NYU) Langone Hospital – Long Island. The hospital, located in Mineola, NY, has placed an order for RayStation to benefit from its advanced automation tools and machine learning techniques, specifically inefficient segmentation.
In addition to this, NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island is already equipped with Varian linear accelerators, Accuray CyberKnife, and Accuray Radixact systems, all of which are compatible with RayStation. This compatibility ensures seamless integration of the new treatment planning system into the hospital’s existing infrastructure.
RaySearch Laboratories’ company statement highlights several key features that will be implemented at NYU, including advanced automation tools utilizing machine learning, multi-criteria optimization, deformable registration, and adaptive treatment planning. These features aim to enhance contingency planning within the clinic, ensuring that alternative treatment plans are readily available in case a specific machine is unavailable.
Dr. Matthew Witten, Chief Physicist of the Department of Radiation Oncology at NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island and Director of the hospital’s Division of CyberKnife Radiosurgery, expressed his enthusiasm for implementing new technologies in the department. He emphasized that RayStation will provide a unified solution for treatment planning across all modalities, enabling the hospital to deliver efficient and world-class care to its patients. The goal is to enhance the department’s overall efficiency and improve the quality of treatment provided.
Johan Löf, the founder and CEO of RaySearch, expressed his satisfaction in assisting NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island in their pursuit of enhanced treatment quality and efficiency. RayStation’s implementation across all treatment techniques and machines at the hospital is expected to contribute significantly to achieving this goal. RaySearch is a Swedish medical technology company renowned for developing software solutions specifically tailored for cancer treatment.