Seamless coordination between the UK’s National Health Service, cancer registries, and academic researchers...
mTuitive stands at the center of a program that spans 40+ hospitals across England, managing over 2.3 million images and 3 petabytes of structured data per year.
We help structure the data synoptically, to ensure that every record and image is easily accessible to every appropriate stakeholder.
What if you were
truly open to the
future of oncology?
You can see the future today!
Take a few minutes to understand how your pathology and surgical teams can quickly plug-in to streamlined workflows for easier accreditation, automation, and greater integration into the global oncology community.
What does a seamless digital oncology environment look like?
Foster team-based care
Fully leverage every bit of data
Drive new levels of quality management
Improve revenue with
Developed by surgeons
for surgeons focused
Simplify data integration
FOR POPULATION HEALTH
synoptic data that can
be easily shared with registries and quality databases
Prepare your organization
for next-gen diagnostics
and personalized medicine
Support AI/ML learning
to drive advances in
for trials and therapeutics
mTuitive’s partnerships and implementations offer a 20-year track record of cumulative progress and outcomes...
* The American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer requires all accredited sites to implement synoptic surgical reporting standards by 2023. Learn what they are and how mTuitive helps you maintain compliance & update content.
A FUTURE-READY SOLUTION...
DELIVERING IMMEDIATE IMPROVEMENTS
ONE CENTRAL DATA REPOSITORY THAT SUPPORTS...
Reporting and analytics
Performance indicators and quality metrics
Send synoptic data with metadata to a vendor or neutral archive
Populate data warehouses & shared oncology systems
Better support for clinicians
Optimally match patients to trials or treatments
Seemless peer review
Assist ML and validate AI
WHAT OUR 700+ CLIENTS REPORT...
“mTuitive proved to be
a golden solution”
“mTuitive proved to be the golden solution for our problem of having to unite five different health authorities and five different lab information systems, into one integrated solution.”
Dr. Nicholas van der Westhuizen, Chair
BC Electronic Synoptic Pathology Program