The MOLIT Institute is a research institute for personalised medicine. Its focus is on the development of tailor-made therapies for cancer and their translation into standard medical care. By using the genetic profile of the tumor in a cancer diagnosis, a targeted individual therapy decision is possible. In this way, medicine is moving towards a personalized approach to treatment. MOLIT is proactively involved in
bringing these new medical approaches to patients in oncology. MOLIT does not provide treatment itself, but is only involved in research. In order to establish a link to practice, the institute cooperates with clinics and educational institutions, among others. The support of the Dieter Schwarz Foundation enables MOLIT to focus on independent research and thus on science and the worldwide dissemination of knowledge.

 

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PERSONALIZED MEDICINE

In contrast to classical chemotherapy, new targeted active substances and tailor-made immunotherapeutic agents now enable a much more precise fight against cancer and thus also better chances of cure. However, the development and use of these drugs requires very detailed information about the molecular nature of the tumor in question.

FRAMEWORK

The MOLIT framework contains software components and applications used in the field of personalized medicine. These include VITU, a communication platform for the digital support of tumour conferences, and EQU, an application for the administration and presentation of questionnaires for Patient Reported Outcome (PRO).

VITU

VITU (Virtual Tumor Board) is a process-oriented information and communication platform to digitally support tumor conferences. The preparation, planning and recording of tumour conferences is to be facilitated for both management / planning / treatment teams and external experts as participants of tumour conferences.

EQU

With EQU, the Eletronic Questionnaire, any questionnaire can be displayed in FHIR format. The respondent only needs a mobile device such as a tablet. The tool runs via the browser on it and can be accessed from anywhere - even offline.

GITHUB

We provide the software components of the MOLIT framework under the open source license Apache 2.0 on GitHub for free download. If you would like to actively participate in the further development of the components of the MOLIT framework, please contact us via e-mail at . or via our contact form

FHIR

High interoperability (sometimes to HL7 v2 systems) is achieved by the HL7 FHIR standard (FHIR = Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources). Processing of personal data only takes place within the treatment context. Applications of components of the MOLIT framework rely on a consistent use of FHIR. FHIR describes data formats and elements as so-called "resources" and offers an interface to exchange them. The advantages of the established HL7 standard product lines Version 2, Version 3 and CDA are combined with those of current web standards.

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EVERYTHING AROUND OUR PROJECTS.

PERSONALIZED MEDICINE


In contrast to classical chemotherapy, new targeted active substances and tailor-made immunotherapeutic agents now enable a much more precise fight against cancer and thus also better chances of cure. However, the development and use of these drugs requires very detailed information about the molecular nature of the tumor in question.



FRAMEWORK

The MOLIT framework contains software components and applications used in the field of personalized medicine. These include VITU, a communication platform for the digital support of tumour conferences, and EQU, an application for the administration and presentation of questionnaires for Patient Reported Outcome (PRO).



VITU

VITU (Virtual Tumor Board) is a process-oriented information and communication platform to digitally support tumor conferences. The preparation, planning and recording of tumour conferences is to be facilitated for both management / planning / treatment teams and external experts as participants of tumour conferences.



EQU

With EQU, the Eletronic Questionnaire, any questionnaire can be displayed in FHIR format. The respondent only needs a mobile device such as a tablet. The tool runs via the browser on it and can be accessed from anywhere - even offline.



GITHUB

We provide the software components of the MOLIT framework under the open source license Apache 2.0 on GitHub for free download. If you would like to actively participate in the further development of the components of the MOLIT framework, please contact us via e-mail at . or via our contact form



FHIR

High interoperability (sometimes to HL7 v2 systems) is achieved by the HL7 FHIR standard (FHIR = Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources). Processing of personal data only takes place within the treatment context. Applications of components of the MOLIT framework rely on a consistent use of FHIR. FHIR describes data formats and elements as so-called "resources" and offers an interface to exchange them. The advantages of the established HL7 standard product lines Version 2, Version 3 and CDA are combined with those of current web standards.

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Contact US HERE.