A Wiki Based CT Protocol Management System

Timothy P. Szczykutowicz, Nicholas Rubert, Daryn Belden, Amanda Ciano, Andrew Duplissis, Ashley Hermanns, Stephen Monette, Elliott J anssen Saldivar

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At the University of Wisconsin Madison Department of Radiology, CT protocol management requires maintenance of thousands of parameters for each scanner. Managing CT protocols is further complicated by the unique configurability of each scanner. Due to recent Joint Commission requirements, now all CT protocol changes must be documented and reviewed by a site's CT protocol optimization team. The difficulty of managing the CT protocols was not in assembling the protocols, but in managing and implementing changes. This is why a wiki based solution for protocol management was implemented. A wiki inherently keeps track of all changes, logging who made the changes and when, allowing for editing and viewing permissions to be controlled, as well as allowing protocol changes to be instantly relayed to all scanner locations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalRadiology management
Issue number6
StatePublished - Nov 1 2015

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)

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