Here are some screenshots from some of the Amplio systems currently active at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
This is a typical report from the Amplio system for radical prostatectomy. Shown on the x-axis is the cure rate at two years; on the y-axis is the rate of functional recovery by two years, that is, the proportion of patients that are both potent and continent. The surgeon who logged in is represented by the red triangle and other surgeons are represented by blue dots. One surgeon, at the top left, had excellent functional recovery but poor cancer outcomes and is now focusing on a more aggressive resection; the surgeon at the bottom left had poor functional and oncologic outcomes and subsequently ceased radical prostatectomy to focus on other urologic surgeries.
This shows the proportion of patients discharged more than two days after surgery for kidney cancer. Options on the right allow the surgeon to adjust the discharge time (to show, for example, how many patients were discharged after three days), the procedure type (partial, radical, or both), the timeframe (all patients, or only those treated more recently), and the type of surgery (robotic, laparoscopic, or open).