This tool will create a standardized approach for monitoring, documenting, and benchmarking quality compared to quality standards, which include national accreditation criteria. The Radion Hub will assess and assist national accreditation readiness for the 100 plus cancer sites within The Network by centralizing information and aggregating data from disparate systems that vary by geography, personnel, equipment, and resources.
“Establishing and propagating a culture of excellence where technical and clinical quality standards are adopted into daily practice is the ultimate goal of The Network Radiation Oncology Quality Committee,” noted Arsyl De Jesus, M.D., committee chair and radiation oncologist at New York Oncology Hematology, a practice in The US Oncology Network. “The collaboration with
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