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Deutsche Version   


Introduction  

Measuring
medical outcomes
   


What is the
QL-Recorder?   

   Concept   
   Technology   

Examples   
   Screenshots   
   Printouts   
   Configurations   
      Simple   
         Infrared link, printer   
         Infrared link, printer   
         WLAN, server, printer   
         Infrared link, server, printer   
         Infrared link, laptop, printer   
         WLAN, laptop, IR-link, printer   
      Complex   
         WLAN, fileserver, SQL-DB, WWW; printer; fax   
         WLAN, SQL-DB, e-Mail; fax   
         WLAN, server, SQL-DB, printer • 
         Infrared link, server, SQL-DB, printer   
      AnyQuery   
         Laptop, printer   
         Laptop, fileserver   
   Projects, results   

Literature   
   About the QL-Recorder   
   About "Quality of life"   

Awards   

 

Example 9 out of 12: Complex configuration with pen-computer, wireless LAN, fileserver, SQL-database and printer

(Skizze)

Components and connections

  • This configuration consists of a pen-computer with integrated touch-screen, which is connected to a network via wireless LAN.
  • Within the network, there are a fileserver, a SQL-database and a print-server.
  • Printer and server are connected via parallel port or via infrared-interface (IrDA).

Functionality: Interview and result printing

  • The patient fills in questionnaires at the pen-computer.
  • Recorded data are transmitted to the server via wireless LAN and are stored there. No important data (e.g. data of patients or results) remain on the pen-computer. The wireless LAN allows complete freedom of movement of the pen-computer.
  • Printouts are generated immediately and transmitted to the print-server. The results of the current interview and an overview of the patient's course appear on the printer.
  • Recorded data are copied from the fileserver into the database automatically. The contents of the database can be delivered as raw data or can be processed further automatically.

Functionality: Searching and using recorded data

  • The doctor can search and print data of individual interviews using AnyQuery.
  • Data of multiple interviews can be exported as table to be processed further using other programs.
  • Data stored on the fileserver or in the database are available on every workstation within the network.

   
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