13 March 2017 The development and implementation of MOSAIQ Integration Platform (MIP) based on the radiotherapy workflow
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To meet the special demands in China and the particular needs for the radiotherapy department, a MOSAIQ Integration Platform CHN (MIP) based on the workflow of radiation therapy (RT) has been developed, as a supplement system to the Elekta MOSAIQ. The MIP adopts C/S (client-server) structure mode, and its database is based on the Treatment Planning System (TPS) and MOSAIQ SQL Server 2008, running on the hospital local network. Five network servers, as a core hardware, supply data storage and network service based on the cloud services. The core software, using C# programming language, is developed based on Microsoft Visual Studio Platform. The MIP server could offer network service, including entry, query, statistics and print information for about 200 workstations at the same time. The MIP was implemented in the past one and a half years, and some practical patient-oriented functions were developed. And now the MIP is almost covering the whole workflow of radiation therapy. There are 15 function modules, such as: Notice, Appointment, Billing, Document Management (application/execution), System Management, and so on. By June of 2016, recorded data in the MIP are as following: 13546 patients, 13533 plan application, 15475 RT records, 14656 RT summaries, 567048 billing records and 506612 workload records, etc. The MIP based on the RT workflow has been successfully developed and clinically implemented with real-time performance, data security, stable operation. And it is demonstrated to be user-friendly and is proven to significantly improve the efficiency of the department. It is a key to facilitate the information sharing and department management. More functions can be added or modified for further enhancement its potentials in research and clinical practice.
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Xin Yang, Xin Yang, Zhen-yu He, Zhen-yu He, Xiao-bo Jiang, Xiao-bo Jiang, Mao-sheng Lin, Mao-sheng Lin, Ning-shan Zhong, Ning-shan Zhong, Jiang Hu, Jiang Hu, Zhen-yu Qi, Zhen-yu Qi, Yong Bao, Yong Bao, Qiao-qiao Li, Qiao-qiao Li, Bao-yue Li, Bao-yue Li, Lian-ying Hu, Lian-ying Hu, Cheng-guang Lin, Cheng-guang Lin, Yuan-hong Gao, Yuan-hong Gao, Hui Liu, Hui Liu, Xiao-yan Huang, Xiao-yan Huang, Xiao-wu Deng, Xiao-wu Deng, Yun-fei Xia, Yun-fei Xia, Meng-zhong Liu, Meng-zhong Liu, Ying Sun, Ying Sun, } "The development and implementation of MOSAIQ Integration Platform (MIP) based on the radiotherapy workflow", Proc. SPIE 10138, Medical Imaging 2017: Imaging Informatics for Healthcare, Research, and Applications, 101380G (13 March 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2254521; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2254521

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