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The latest innovation from Radformation brings all of your QA together on one unified platform.
A QA Platform For The Entire Clinic
Image & Data Analysis
Perform routine image analysis such as picket fence, Winston-Lutz, VMAT, and more, all in line with your other QA. With everything hosted safely in the cloud, there are no separate servers to manage or set up, and all your data is available when you need it, where you need it.
We like to think of RadMachine as the Lego® of QA software. Start simple if you want, or build-to-suit using test logic types including boolean, numeric, string, multiple-choice, file upload, and calculation. Tests can be combined to create the QA lists needed for any setup. Frequencies can be established for any time interval required. Review of task status, category, and more are all entirely customizable for users.
Keeping track of important dates and reminders for all types of equipment has never been easier. Add reference documents to machines, such as commissioning documents or ADCL calibrations, and schedule routine calibration for equipment such as ion chambers and GM meters. In addition, create detailed descriptions for QA lists or individual tests to include setup information or links to internal documents like policies and procedures.
These reports can be saved as a hard copy and saved for execution at any time in the future. Reports can also be set up to be emailed on a recurring basis to any group, individual or third party. Additionally, notifications can be set up to send email alerts on QA completion, failure, service event logged, and similar events.
Service & Faults
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Written by James Kerns
James is a medical physicist trapped in an engineers body. After working in the clinic he transitioned to industry. His open source physics projects are what led him to Radformation. When not coding, he can be found 3D printing things in his lair.
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