Ben Ramsay to Present Odyssey Abstract
At 64th HPS Annual Meeting
Kalamazoo, MI (June 2019) During the 64th HPS Annual Meeting, VP of Technology & Applications Ben Ramsay will present an abstract titled “Odyssey: A Web-Based Modern Management System for Radiation Safety Programs.” A summary of the abstract is below.
Odyssey is a cloud-based software suite of radiation safety tools designed to assist radiation safety experts and healthcare professionals in managing their radiation safety program and increasing compliance. Odyssey is hosted on Amazon Web Services for data security and scaling and acts as a centralized location for data entry, storage, and analysis to improve efficiency and reduce cost. The primary focus of Odyssey is to provide innovative tools for radiation safety program management. Users can easily manage laboratories by uploading maps and survey information, viewing status logs and comments, and cataloging radioactive material inventory. Machines and instruments can be tracked for maintenance, quality assurance, and calibration. In addition, Odyssey has a permitting system to ensure that any authorized users, radioactive material, and machines entered into the software are allowed based on existing licenses and regulations. The software allows for the management of personnel dosimetry programs with multiple vendors, as well as the creation and assignment of educational courses. To assist with these radiation safety duties, Odyssey has a unified scheduling system with task delegation and alerts, form creation and image editing, and a document library with a shared repository. Together, Odyssey’s features create a comprehensive system that removes procedural barriers to effectively manage both large and small-scale radiation safety programs.
For more information about Odyssey software or to schedule a live demonstration, submit an inquiry here. You can also stop by Booth #307 during the #HPSAnnualMeeting to learn more and participate in interactive demos of the software.
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