More than 800 Radiation Therapy departments worldwide count on the SunCHECK Platform to organize, automate, standardize, and streamline Patient and Machine QA. With our 3.0 release, users can now complete critical tasks in even smarter ways.
New with version 3.0, SunCHECK features PlanCHECK™ for automated plan quality verification and device integration with ArcCHECK®, saving time and improving root-cause analysis for pre-treatment QA.
Patients’ plan files are automatically loaded into the Treatment Planning System and plan checks are performed – significantly streamlining this intensive process.
Automatic performance assessment of a treatment plan versus intent, verifying a variety of comprehensive, structure-based checks
Combine the world’s most selected independent 4D measurement array with the SunCHECK Platform for flexible phantomless and array-based pre-treatment QA.
Easily transition between ArcCHECK Patient QA records and SunCHECK Patient QA record, all in one Platform, saving ~30 minutes per patient otherwise spent searching for data.
“SunCHECK version 3.0 provides new and valuable capabilities with the introduction of PlanCHECK and integration of ArcCHECK. It is clear Sun Nuclear’s SunCHECK will improve efficiency as it adds essential QA capabilities."
Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology & Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles & University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine
Telehealth in the Time of COVID-19
In the current COVID-19 climate, telehealth has significant potential to minimize patient risk in the delivery of Radiation Therapy. SunCHECK enables Radiation Therapy departments to treat with confidence through these challenging times.
To learn more about leveraging SunCHECK for telemedicine in the age of COVID, watch this on-demand presentation.
“Faced with the changes in fractionation and technique generated by the pandemic, the integration of quality assurance tests on the SunCHECK Platform and the possibility of remote access, has allowed us to continue working with the same quality standards, minimizing the number of personnel in physical presence."
Medical Physicist, Hospital de la Santa Creu I Sant Pau (Spain)