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1William Weadock, MD Frank Londy Sarah Abate James Ellis, MD Incorporating Radiology Teaching Files and Microsoft® PowerPoint® Files into a MIRC SystemDepartment of RadiologyUniversity of Michigan
2Introduction - MIRC Web-based teaching file system Upload images and textSearch for text with web browserFree text searchDatabase fieldFree software created and supported by RSNA.
3MIRC Basic Concepts 3 Main Components Storage Query Case creation Web-based authoring toolWeb-based editorOur institution uses RadPix as the authoring tool
4Why do we use MIRC? Created and supported by RSNA John Perry very responsive to questions and suggestionsAbility to create / edit / export casesWell documentedEmerging standard for teaching filesIntegrates with other systemsMyPACS.net, etc.
5Why do we use RadPix? PC program DICOM client to receive images Cropping, annotating, window / levelingSlide creationMIRC database fieldsHistory, Diagnosis, Pathology, etc.Upload completed PowerPoint presentationsSearch for text in presentations
6Why do we use RadPix? Supports our library of collected DICOM images Since 1997Logical and flexible workflowDoes not require Java installationLocked down PC’s in reading rooms
8Goals of Teaching File System Public area – accessible to the departmentPrivate area - accessible only to the individualContentImages and textPowerPoint® FilesMovies, animations, PDF’s, etc.Quality controlSimple to search
9Teaching File System Requirements Easy to InstallEasy to UseRetain High Quality ImagesAdd Textual MaterialEdit CasesOutput CasesSimple PowerPoint® Slide CreationHIPAA
13Workflow Animation in Progress Step 1 Exported imagesSTEP 1Teaching images are exported from PACS
14Workflow Animation in Progress Step 2 Images in RadPixSTEP 2Images are opened in RadPix
15Workflow Animation in Progress Step 3a Send to PPTSTEP 3 – Option AImages can be placed directly into a PowerPoint® Presentation
16Workflow Animation in Progress Step 4a Power 2 MIRCSTEP 4a – Option AUse Power 2 MIRC to upload text and images to MIRC server
17Workflow Animation in Progress Step 5 View on MIRCSTEP 5 – Option AView on MIRC server
18Workflow Animation in Progress Step 3b Export to MIRCSTEP 3b – Option BExport to MIRC server
19Workflow Animation in Progress Step 4b MIRC Authoring ToolSTEP 4b – Option BAdd information with MIRC Authoring Tool
20Workflow Animation in Progress Workflow Animation CompleteStep 5 View on MIRCSTEP 5View on MIRC server
21User Roles - Public Two levels of users Authors Publishers Faculty, fellows, residents, othersContribute materialPublishersApprove authors’ submissionsFaculty
22Document Ownership Private files only they can access Multiple owners of a documentProxy creatorsSecretaries, others can create documents for faculty
23Michigan PACS Configuration Separate DICOM client for each divisionNeuroPC, BonePC, ChestPC, etc.Single PC with multiple DICOM clients receives all imagesSame IP addressDifferent AETitleDifferent portWorkstations configured to send imagesAll images routed to department-wide Novell network (n:\)
40Uploading PowerPoint® files to MIRC with RadPix Power 2 MIRC
41Power 2 MIRC Features Extracts text from PowerPoint® files Includes titles, text boxes, notesSplits PowerPoint® filesFor example, if there are 15 different cases in a presentation, they can each be uploaded separately into MIRCMIRC data fieldsHistory, findings, pathology, etc.
51Current Status of our System CT, US, MRI conferencesAVI’s includedPPT files split up - 1 for each caseStandardized template for conferencesMedical student lectures – upcoming article in Journal of Digital Imaging
52Future Local PC / Laptop support Extract certain cases to local PC Search Local PCExternal UM MIRC site?RSNA RadlexReplacement for ACR codingAccess from outside world via InternetVirtual Private Network (VPN)
57RadPix - Software Download trial software from http://www.radpix.com Includes :RadPixDICOM client (RSNA SimpleStorage)RadPix MIRC Authoring ToolPower 2 MIRC
58ConclusionsMIRC is becoming an integral component of University of Michigan web-based teaching file system.RadPix and Power 2 MIRC are used as authoring tools.PowerPoint® presentations and case files can be uploaded to MIRC system.Content may be either public or private.