Infondrian tests software to spot radiation treatment errors

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Infondrian, LLC has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority. The funding comes from the state’s Proof of Commercial Relevance Fund to test the market for new technology.

Founded in January 2014, Infondrian has developed an innovative software to automate detection of treatment errors and optimize clinical workflows in radiation oncology. The company has demonstrated the utility of automated approaches for pre-treatment plan checks and monitoring treatment monitoring in the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. There the software has had an incident detection rate of 100 percent.

Infondrian was selected to participate in the Wellmark Mentor+Match event in Cedar Rapids last summer.

Infondrian is part of the UIVentures program associated with the University of Iowa Research Foundation.

Source: Iowa Economic Development Authority

Source: Wellmark

 

 

 

 

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