GOSHEN, Ind., March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Radiation Oncology Resources, Inc. (ROR), the leading provider of quality continual improvement processes for radiation therapy treatment planning, today announced their appointment as the exclusive US distributor of Quality Reports [EMR] software. "For radiation clinics and treatment professionals, Quality Reports [EMR] means smarter, faster and easier clinical documentation, with customization features that save time and money," said Greg Robinson, Vice President of Clinical Services at ROR. "This software enables maximum efficiency and consistency across all treatment planning systems, record and verify, and delivery modalities to facilitate a system-wide continual improvement program." Quality Reports [EMR] software is the first comprehensive software solution that allows radiation treatment clinics to pre-define planning metrics to standardize best practices; quantify and benchmark plan quality; and create comprehensive EMR (electronic medical records) reports for radiation therapy. Now, financially challenged or overburdened radiation therapy clinics have an EMR software solution specifically designed for modern radiation therapy – one that allows the staff and the organization to create uniquely customized reports across multiple treatment planning systems. What's more, Quality Reports [EMR] maintains billing compliance while allowing individual sites to measure the quality of their treatment plans with self-defined criteria. "Radiation therapy clinics have incredibly nimble power at their fingertips now," Robinson added. "Increasing efficiency and streamlining workflow, seamless database integration, multiple document solutions for EMR recordkeeping…the list goes on and on. Quality Reports [EMR] is the software radiation therapy clinicians have been waiting for." The Quality Reports [EMR] software solution, when combined with ROR's Radiation Oncology Quality System (ROQS℠), provides a foundation for a quality program focused on benchmarking of treatment planning and contouring; and unifying best practices. That means clinicians can now systematically learn to improve their contouring and treatment planning by being measured against a qualified body of their peers.