OIS is excited to be back in Liverpool for the in-person UKIO congress this July, where the team will be showcasing its latest innovations. The OIS team takes great pride in selecting the very best solutions to enable clinicians to offer a high quality, patient-focused treatment experience driven by improved clinical outcomes. This year, the company’s theme for UKIO is elevating workflow efficiencies, from streamlined patient positioning with the Qfix Alta multipurpose device to OPASCA digitalisation solutions for clinical environments.
The Alta multipurpose device is an all-in-one solution designed to quickly adapt to various clinical setup needs for different treatment types. The seamless transition between treatment options provides more flexibility and speed when setting up between patients. The OIS booth will include an Alta demo station where delegates can try out the device alongside a full suite of accessories, including the new FlexLock Knee and Foot Supports and ZiFix Traverse abdominal compression system. With ease of use in mind, the Alta is lightweight, and at only 5.4kg, it can be easily carried by a single therapist. The low attenuation properties of the Alta make it the ideal solution for a range of radiotherapy procedures, from palliative treatment to stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT).
OIS has partnered with OPASCA to offer digitalisation solutions to improve day-to-day efficiency and patient autonomy. From digital patient check-in to transparent, data protection-compliant management of waiting times and patient calling; from communication with patients via app to an intuitive patient guidance system: OPASCA provides integrated, holistic solutions to optimise workflows. The OIS team is excited to showcase OPASCA solutions in action on their stand at UKIO and encourages delegates to: “Visit the booth where, together with you, we can create optimal clinical workflows for your facility.”
Team OIS will be at Stand B50 at UKIO in Liverpool from July 4-6, 2022. We look forward to seeing you there.
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