The first generation QVH solution consisted of portable tripods, cameras, microphones and a contract videographer to set-up and record each procedure. This was a completely manual effort which created considerable equipment clutter in the room and was extremely expensive.
The second generation QVH solution placed cameras on the fluoroscope head and the recording equipment in a procedure room cart. This was a giant step forward as it eliminated some of the procedure room clutter and the requirement for an onsite videographer. However, the frequent rotation of the fluoroscope head required manual repositioning of the cameras which was seldom accomplished therefore a large percentage of videos were focused on the ceiling and walls thus a significant recording loss.
The first- and second-generation systems both required post procedure file transfers, synchronizing and editing. This involved considerable software and time for a videographer to produce a complete video.
The latest generation referred to as NextGen 2.0 completely eliminates all of the issues associated with prior QVH approaches. The new varifocal lens cameras allow ceiling placement which completely eliminates the impact of room clutter and fluoroscope movement. The system server automatically synchronizes and renders the final videos thus eliminating all backend processing.
The NextGen 2.0 solution was conceived and designed by experts who have viewed and edited over 5,000 procedure videos using the 2nd generation system. These observations included procedure room configurations, personnel movements, procedure viewing positions, and HIPAA compliance requirements with regard Patient information handling.
To develop the most advanced and feature rich systems in the digital documentation market space.
To make our system so intuitive that anyone could learn to operate it in a matter of seconds.
To make our system so affordable that small single room facilities as well as large multi-room facilities can easily afford to install in all procedure rooms.
To install the system and train Customer personnel in one-day.
To provide a complete Customer Support service that covers all hardware and software.