Digitalization in the health industry is marching on. The term Hospital 4.0 is derived from Industry 4.0 and its vision of digitalized production. Hospital 4.0 refers to the digitalization and networking of treatment and care processes in hospitals with the help of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things, and services as support systems.
Of central importance is the development of intelligent medical technology with a link to the IT world [1-4]. This is particularly the case for highly technical radiotherapy to treat tumors. Cancer is one of the major causes of death worldwide, and was responsible for 9.6 million deaths in 2018 .
Research has shown that radiotherapy is appropriate for more than 50 percent of cancer patients . This makes radiotherapy an indispensable tool in modern oncology . It helps heal cancer and so addresses the objectives of the national Decade Against Cancer .