ARIA Oncology-Information System
One information system for radiation, medical, and surgical oncology.
Comprehensive patient information management
ARIA supports medical and radiation oncology, including proton therapy. Review clinical images, prescriptions, lab results, QA, outcomes, and more. Automate cancer staging based on AJCC guidelines and manage toxicities flexibly.
Our focus on interoperability lets you make the most of patient data across devices and platforms. We offer extensive HL7 and DICOM support and make it easy to transfer patient data between hospitals.
Quick access to information
Your teams get instant access to patient data so they can improve planning and make adjustments on the fly when necessary.
We can help you optimise image-guided treatment techniques using radiographic, fluoroscopic, and cone-beam CT images.
Assistance with regulatory compliance
ARIA documents activities for evidence-based Pay-for-Performance programs and facilitates HIPAA compliance.
Enhance your workflow with ARIA
- RT treatment-plan review
Create and edit treatment plans using customisable templates. Access Eclipse™ plans without the need to import, or easily import from other DICOM-compliant systems.
- Image review
Review images and send setup instructions remotely, and check dosimetric images for IMRT pre-treatment QA. ARIA supports a wide range of multi-modality images including MV, kV, conventional CT, CBCT, MR, and PET and allows comparison using automatic, manual or fiducial marker matching algorithms.
- Health assessment
Track your patients’ health throughout their course of treatment and beyond. Automatically transcribe RoS and PE results, spot trends in lab results and vital signs, and create customisable data collection forms.
- RT chart auditing
Review patient charts to promote safety and oversight—ARIA helps you quickly identify plan changes and treatment overrides. You’ll have a reliable audit trail with date-stamped e-signatures.
- Electronic documentation
Replace hard copy with electronic records easily, including audit trails, images, additional files, patient photos, and more.
Manage your staff, patient, and resource schedules within ARIA. Create recurring appointments, identify conflicts, and synchronise easily with Microsoft Outlook™.
- Charge posting
Record all your activities within ARIA to assist with accurate charge posting. Export charge and relative value unit (RVU), process tracking, and productivity analysis. Split technical and professional charges, refine as needed, and export to your HL7-compliant billing software.
- Financial management
Centricity Physician Office is a complete practice management system with fully automated features designed to simplify administrative activities, reduce billing costs, and decrease collection times. Advanced Claim Edits (ACE) incorporates oncology-specific logic to manage claims and help you avoid costly and disruptive claim rejections.
- Information and image transfer
Streamline your workflow by sharing patient data and images quickly between departments and care teams. Update in real-time or based on customisable schedules, use standard HL7 interfaces or create custom interfaces as needed, and deploy data filters to specify what data is exchanged.
- Data archiving
Keep your information under control by archiving as needed. Save to your preferred storage solution using DICOM or XML format and update patient info when necessary.
Keep track of all patient information
ARIA stores and organises patient data and images so your teams can stay up to date and focused on care.
Enhance your workflow
Access patient information quickly and seamlessly before, during, and after treatment to ensure that even the busiest clinics can keep pace with workflow.
Optimise treatment planning and delivery
Evaluate your data and develop disease-specific protocols to ensure each patient gets the treatment that’s best for them.
The ARIA® oncology information system is a Complete EHR or ONC Health IT product and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (U.S.).