CancerPlan, Silverlink’s intuitive data collection software for cancer patients, will be showcased at the Association of Breast Surgery (ABS) Conference & AGM this June.
The Bournemouth International Centre will be the setting for the two-day event on 15th-16th June, which will encourage research and the implementation of new treatments including the use of technology to help develop better methods for training, service delivery, data collection and patient care.
The conference is seen as an important networking and fact finding event with more than 1,200 members responsible for the treatment of patients who develop breast cancer in the UK and Ireland in attendance. CancerPlan will be showcased to demonstrate the benefits of recording all patient data in one clinical management system to empower clinicians and simplify the administration of treatment in all cancer pathways.
Silverlink’s Managing Director, Tim Quainton, said that CancerPlan has the potential to transform current methods of data collection not only in the UK but across the world. “We’ve worked in collaboration with clinicians and cancer specialists to design our CancerPlan software which gives them the functionality that they need. By capturing data throughout the patient’s entire journey in one system, CancerPlan will deliver significant efficiency improvements resulting in an enhanced experience for clinicians and patients.”
For details on CancerPlan, please visit www.cancerplan.co.uk.
Further information on the ABS Conference & AGM can be found here.