Technology | April 03, 2015

IBA Launches Full Suite for myQA Global Quality Assurance Platform

Tools include Cockpit dashboard and cloud data storage and analysis

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April 3, 2015 — IBA announced the release of its myQA global quality assurance platform. myQA offers full support throughout all quality assurance (QA) applications and provides the user access to their various software modules and data from one platform, anytime and anywhere.

"myQA has given me the ability to have full control of my data by connecting all QA applications onto one platform and into one central database. This platform allows me to cross-check data from within the various softwares, and offers the unique opportunity to connect with peers from around the world and benchmark QA data using the myQA Cloud,” said Luis Brualla González, M.D., Hospital General Universitario, ERESA, Valencia, Spain. "With myQA, the quality assurance becomes schedulable - in every sense of the word. For example, right now I am programming QA activities after Linac interventions using subgroups from periodic QA tasks, according to technical service recommendations. Another highlight for me is the myQA Cockpit. This Web-based dashboard will allow us to quickly retrieve machine QA status updates anywhere in the department. myQA is truly an all-in-one solution."

The platform offers an all-in-one interface that enhances the QA workflow and maximizes efficiency by integrating all QA software modules into one platform and one central database (SQL) – which is accessible throughout the department and even satellites. Using the myQA Cockpit, users can maintain connectivity by reviewing and tracking their patient data and machine QA status from anywhere and on various devices, including smartphones and tablets. It also allows the user to keep an instant overview with simple and clear reporting on one screen. With the myQA Cloud, the user is given a unique outlet to perform benchmarking of their QA data for best practice checks and full trust in their results. The myQA Cloud grants users the opportunity to anonymously connect with peers and data from around the world.

For more information: www.iba-worldwide.com

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