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“On behalf of the entire Medical Physics community, keep up the good work. Thank you for developing a product that ACTUALLY helps clinical physicists!”
– Radformation User
“I was attracted to Radformation for three big reasons. One was the fact that the software I wrote would reach clinics around the world. That’s the kind of positive impact that excites me. Another was the option to work remotely, which gives me the flexibility to live anywhere I want. And the third factor was that, as a software company, Radformation invests in its software engineers to help them become as successful as they can be.”
-Carlos Anderson, Software Engineer
Innovation and Opportunity
“Radformation is nimble in its ability to release new products and updates. These products truly help radiation oncology departments become more efficient by saving time and standardizing clinical workflows. Radformation has some of the smartest and hardest working employees that a colleague can ask for. When a bug fix that prevented a customer from using our software was turned around in one business day…that speaks volumes.”
-Nick Quinn, Southeast Account Manager
“Before I left the clinic to join Radformation, I was a dosimetrist for eight years. The future of dosimetry, and much of radiation oncology, is automation and AI. It’s important to me to be involved in that development in a meaningful way. It is very rewarding to feel like I am helping shape the future direction of my profession while working for a company that has such integrity and vision.”
-Kalin Shipman, Efficiency Expert
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“Not only do we have a great team, but we are building products that our customers are really excited to use, and that ultimately have a major impact on the treatment of cancer.”
-Kevin Tierney, Product Physicis
Written by Tyler Blackwell
Tyler is a board-certified medical physicist with extensive clinical experience in radiation therapy. He is active in the medphys community including several AAPM committees, the AAPM Board of Directors, and as an ABR orals examiner. Tyler dabbles in real estate investing, loves preparing breakfast for his three kiddos, and enjoys playing adult coed soccer.
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