Michael Tallhamer, MSC, DABR
You can set the software to export a very detailed report of all the parameters you are looking for for every fraction. Those reports can go to a simple network storage location where you can access it from whatever location you wish for chart checks. You also don’t need any additional software installation to review the information since it is in a simple PDF report. They can be simply reviewed or imported and approved by both physics and the physician in the patient’s electronic medical record in order to document the review itself as part of the patient’s weekly management.
If you wish to do real-time tracking and trending you can also set the system to record all the realtime deltas to a separate csv file and use your favorite software to trend and track the data over one, some, or all fractions. I chose to write my own but you can use an MS Excel template and get some really fine grain running stats of some or all of the setup data with very little effort and time.