How do I download and install the Cancer Care Plan Builder?

Before you begin, check your computer against the system requirements to make sure that you can install and run the program successfully. It is also a good idea to close any open applications, such as Outlook or Word. Download the installer here. Be sure to note where you save it. We recommend a location that's easy to find, such as your desktop.

When you finish downloading, locate the installer which is named SCPBSetup.exe. Double-click this file to begin the installation, and follow the prompts. You will need to agree to the End User License Agreement (EULA). When the installation is complete, you will see the icon at the left on your computer’s desktop. To launch the Survivorship Care Plan Builder, double-click this icon or go to the Start menu and choose the Cancer Care Plan Builder (Survivorship Care Plan Builder) from Programs.


Note: In some practices, when users save their first Care Plan, they receive the error message, “Your Care Plan has been saved; however, you do not have sufficient user rights to save configuration information…..” This happens when the folder where the configuration file is stored is designated as read-only. Until you clear this error, changes to the Regimen Setup, Survivorship Library, Custom Templates and autocomplete lists are not saved.

To correct this issue, ask your IT department to remove the read-only property from the following folder:

On Windows 8: %PROGRAMDATA%\NearSpace\Survivorship
On Windows 7: %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\NearSpace\Survivorship
On Windows 10: %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\NearSpace\Survivorship

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Cancer Care Plan Builder 6.0

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