Altai Oncology Suite is an oncology-specific, on-premise EHR module designed to manage chemotherapy treatments in Oncology clinics. In addition to supportive bundles to improve patient safety, Altai Oncology Suite has a fully customizable cancer registry system. It is extremely beneficial for cancer centers or oncology practices of any size – from a solo practice to a large organization. Rheumatologists can also use Altai Oncology’s software for their infusion therapy needs.
Not only does it save providers valuable time performing data entry, it also helps facilitate important clinical research. In addition, it is one of the only oncology-specific EHR modules on the market today. Altai Oncology offers several other modules, including their all-in-one view, QuickNote templated clinic note entry system, and dose modification suggestions.
Altai Oncology created this suite to allow oncology practices of all sizes to combine their EHR system with Altai’s chemotherapy-specific ordering system. Altai Oncology Suite can interface with most EHR systems through the industry-standard HL7 protocol. Their order verification module checks for drug-drug and drug-allergy interactions like most EHRs, and also makes dose adjustment suggestions based on the particular patient’s lab results.
One of our favorite features is the built-in OncoRegistry module, which allows oncology providers to create custom registries and databases that may be used for clinical research or to prevent non-reimbursable and contraindicated drug deliveries. Altai Oncology stands behind its product with a six-month unconditional money-back guarantee.
Audrey from Tackleberry
Specialty: Oncology / hematology
Employees number: 11-50 employees
The system is also cloud based to run on your own server. It is accessible wherever I am, that is a invaluable resource to have when I am between office's. Have access to files and dosage and information is one of the top reasons we use Altai.
I like that you can trace back any changes made in the treatment by dose, frequency or cancer related events, i.e. progression, remission. They are recorded to be traced and are graphically visualized. This is a great system that can be used in a small practice or multi level hospital.
The biggest concern would probably be the asethtic of the interface. Could be updated a separated so that the blocks and sections look more clear and don't run together in monotony.