QATrack+ has many features to make your life easier:
QATrack+ is highly configurable allowing you to tailor your installation to the needs of your clinic. You define the test data that you want to record! QATrack+ is not tied to any specifc vendor or device and is currently being used for QA of Linacs, Tomotherapy, Cyberknife, CT Simulators and more.
QATrack+ was developed and implemented clinically at The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre, one of the largest cancer centres in Canada. QATrack+ has proven to be extremely reliable in this setting, recording hundreds of thousands of QC test results without breaking a sweat.
QATrack+ is open source software that you are free to download and use in your clinic. There is no initial licensing costs and upgrades are free for ever. Community support is provided via an online forum. Development & and bug reports can be tracked via the online source code repository.
QATrack+ was developed at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre in Ottawa, Canada but is also being used in many other cancer centres around the world! A selection of some of the cancer centres using QATrack+ in their clinics are shown below.
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QATrack+ is a cross platform server application and requires either a Linux, Windows or Mac server and either a PostgreSQL, MySQL, or Microsoft SQL database (MSSQL).
QATrack+ can be accessed via Firefox, Chrome, IE8+, Safari and other modern browsers.
Detailed instructions for downloading, installing & deploying the software are available on the QATrack+ Wiki
QATrack+ is a free and open source (MIT License) community supported software project and we are delighted to accept contributions from the Medical Physics community. Ways you can contribute to the QATrack+ project: