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Enterprise QCIS™
QC-Track meets the needs for an enterprise imaging QC platform in today's distributed imaging networks. And QC-Track has the technical capabilities and features required by Information Systems groups in even the largest U.S. healthcare systems.

Imaging QC Team leaders have long hoped for a standardized QC system.

The reasons are obvious. If all of your sites follow a common QC workflow, it's easier for the QC Team to monitor QC status across sites. The QC technologists at a site appreciate having a standardized QC workflow they can follow, especially if they float from site to site, or if they do QC for more than one modality. And in some places, inspectors review QC for more than one modality and appreciate seeing QC status in a consistent way. This is certainly the case in California, where California Department of Public Health inspectors inspect both mammography/MQSA and fluoroscopy QC records.

Back when the only QC tracking option was paper-and-binders, the Imaging QC leaders might have formed a committee or engaged their consulting physicists to define the standard QC workflow. Regardless, they'd have gotten a nice written report and maybe a set of new tracking forms for the QC binders.

So the QC Team would have a standard QC workflow. But a report and set of paper tracking forms fails to help other important aspects of the QC process, like ongoing monitoring and sign off.

Today things are different. QC-Track helps you define your standard QC workflow, implements QC workflows across your modalities and locations, and gives you the tools to centrally monitor QC workflows.

One other big difference, though, is that a paperless QC system relies on computers and networks, and there's a good chance your Information Systems area will need to be involved, especially as you implement across modalities and locations.
Platform Technical Capabilities
QC-Track is an intranet application built on the latest Microsoft server technologies, including SQL Server, IIS, and the .Net framework
  • The QC-Track server supports distributed intranet server deployment approaches for performance, including application and database server separation
  • Most clients provide a server for operations, and this is usually a virtual server. Alternatively, Atirix can provide a dedicated cloud server
  • The only desktop requirements are a browser (IE, Chrome, FireFox, or Safari) and a PDF viewer
  • See Product and Technical Configuration or contact support@atirix.com for current details, Technical Specifications, sizing information, and to schedule a technical call

Interfaces
  • QC-Track does not use an HL7 interface
  • The only interface requirement is to direct phantom DICOM to the QC-Track server if the implementation includes optional Automated Phantom Analysis

Enterprise Security
Audit Logging
  • QC-Track has built-in functional audit logging that captures all system activity
  • An Advanced Search is available to isolate and analyze audit log traffic

System Health Monitor
  • Atirix provides the optional System Health Monitor Service
  • The System Health Monitor evaluates the QC-Track operating environment and services and posts messages to Atirix Support

Optional Multi-Site/Multi-Hospital Capabilities
Divisions
  • For multi-site implementations, like hospitals that are part of a healthcare system, the QC-Track Division option allows for multiple sites to share a QC-Track server
  • There is no limit to the number of QC-Track QC Locations that can be assigned to a Division
  • Location Hierarchy is available to associate QC Locations into parent-child relationships for easier multi-location operations
  • QC-Track Modality and Advanced Capability licensing is by Division
  • There is no limit to the number of Divisions that can be added to a QC-Track base platform

Enterprise Dashboard
  • Get at-a-glance status for device QC, credentials, and failures across locations
  • Drill down into a location for detailed status information
  • Get summary performance information

Network Security and User Provisioning
User Security
  • QC-Track offers LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) to tie QC-Track user security to network security, enabling users to use their regular network ID and password
  • Aternatively, QC-Track can manage user accounts. QC-Track user accounts have rich password requirements for extra security

Permissions and Roles
  • Permissions control access to all aspects of QC-Track
  • Currently over 150 Permissions are available
  • Roles are collections of Permissions
  • QC-Track comes pre-configured with 22 Standard Roles for all aspects of QC-Track, including device QC, credentials, aprons, events, and system admin
  • Users can be assigned to one or more Standard Roles
  • Custom Roles can be defined to meet a site's specific staffing and access needs


  Atirix products are covered by issued and pending patents, including US 8,478,610 “Medical Imaging Device Quality Control System and Method” and US 8,428,969 “System and Method for Tracking Imaging Quality”
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