Independent QA and the necessity of data access

Author : LavadaCrooks
Publish Date : 2021-04-22 06:50:46
Independent QA and the necessity of data access

oin the audience for a live webinar at 2 p.m. BST on 12 May 2021 exploring the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught

Want to take part in this webinar?

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the software development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services,

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the sof

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the software development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services, treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project management and helped the c

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the software development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services, treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project man

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the software development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services, treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project management and helped the company secure its initial FDA 510(k) clearance. In 2012, he joined Sun Nuclear Corporation as the product manager of its Patient QA products. He continues to work for Sun Nuclear today as the senior director of research and regulatory.

agement and helped the company secure its initial FDA 510(k) clearance. In 2012, he joined Sun Nuclear Corporation as the product manager of its Patient QA products. He continues to work for Sun Nuclear today as the senior director of research and regulatory.

This webinar will address the critical role of independence in providing unbiased assurance in radiation therapy that treatment-related issues are caught. While vendor-integrated system self-checks represent some efficiency gains, independent quality assurance and the data accessibility required for it remain essential – especially as treatment complexity increases.

In this webinar, presented by Jeff Kapatoes, you’ll hear about:

  • Defining data access for Radiation Therapy Quality Management and what access enables.
  • What is gained from independent checks, including avoiding bias error, avoiding conflicts of interest, complementing evolving treatment complexity and encouraging continuous improvement.
  • Reviewing guidelines and published findings that highlight independent checks for Patient QA and Machine QA.

Want to take part in this webinar?

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the software development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services, treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project management and helped the company secure its initial FDA 510(k) clearance. In 2012, he joined Sun Nuclear Corporation as the product manager

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tware development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services, treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project management and helped the company secure its initial FDA 510(k) clearance. In 2012, he joined Sun Nuclear Corporation as the product manager of its Patient QA products. He continues to work for Sun Nuclear today as the senior director of research and regulatory.

treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project management and helped the company secure its initial FDA 510(k) clearance. In 2012, he joined Sun Nuclear Corporation as the product manager of its Patient QA products. He continues to work for Sun Nuclear today as the senior director of research and regulatory.

Jeff Kapatoes received his PhD in medical physics in 2000 from the University of Wisconsin as part of the tomotherapy research team. Upon graduation, he joined start-up TomoTherapy Inc, spending 10 years with the company, culminating with his management of the software development team, which included responsibility for treatment planning, optimization, database services, treatment delivery, imaging and calibration. Kapatoes then worked at Mevion Medical Systems as the director of project management and helped the company secure its initial FDA 510(k) clearance. In 2012, he joined Sun Nuclear Corporation as the product manager of its Patient QA products. He continues to work for Sun Nuclear today as the senior director of research and regulatory.



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