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Gray Broadens Partnership Scope with Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, UHN

Toronto, Ontario & Montréal, Québec

28 May, 2024


Partnership Expansion: Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, UHN

Gray is pleased to announce its expanded strategic partnership with University Health Network (UHN) towards optimizing clinical cancer care operations at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre by leveraging its operating system for oncology, GrayOS

Through the Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO®) and its Early Adopters Health Network (EAHN™), Princess Margaret Cancer Centre began a research partnership with Gray to evaluate GrayOS' ability to build radiation therapy schedules that better manage patient wait times while using hospital resources most effectively. The positive preliminary results from the research have prompted Princess Margaret Cancer Centre to extend the partnership with Gray into clinical operations within the Radiation Medicine Program.

Princess Margaret Cancer Centre is one of the top five cancer research centres in the world and has the largest radiation treatment centre in Canada. This comprehensive partnership expansion, to deploy and integrate GrayOS into the centre’s clinical radiation therapy operations, aims to introduce automated scheduling procedures to enhance the availability of staff and equipment, and improve the efficiency of communication and authorization processes between therapists and patient flow coordinators.

“We are pleased with the results from our existing research collaboration with Gray to automate our scheduling processes and potentially improve our workflow,"

stated Yat Tsang, Director of Radiation Therapy, Radiation Medicine Program, UHN’s Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. 

“Moving forward, we are excited to expand our partnership with Gray aimed at optimizing our clinical operations and streamlining cross-functional communications to give our patients the best possible care.”

Gray, a medical technology company, leverages data science to optimize cancer care operations. Their solution, GrayOS, combines operations research and artificial intelligence to optimize, automate, and coordinate cancer care trajectories. Gray assists numerous cancer centres in Canada and the United States by reducing administrative workload, strengthening interdepartmental coordination, enhancing staff satisfaction, and ultimately improving patient access to care.

“We are thrilled to deepen our collaboration with UHN’s Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, transitioning from a research collaboration to integrating our solutions into their clinical operations,” 

stated André Diamant, CEO of Gray.

“We’re confident that this expanded partnership will continue to foster healthcare excellence and innovation.”

About Gray Oncology Solutions

Gray Oncology Solutions was founded in 2019 by a pair of medical physics doctorates and a trio of professors who aim for a sustainable healthcare system where no resources are wasted. That’s why they created GrayOS, the operating system that automates, optimizes, and orchestrates the logistics of cancer care pathways. Today, the solution helps many North American cancer centers increase access to care while reducing operational costs and improving the staff experience.

For more information, please visit or contact, CEO, Gray Oncology Solutions.


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