The PET CT Summary of Data Submitted report provides summary statistics for PET CT data in DIR. All users except Corporate Account Administrators and Service Users may view this report.
To access the report, click the CT Standardized Dose Index report link under the Interactive Reports sub-menu.
There are interactive filters for Corporate Account, Facility, Exam Date, and Display Date on the PET CT Summary of Data Submitted tab. Once a Corporate Account is selected, the remaining filters reflect all available values. Selecting a single Corporate Account restricts the Facility filter to only those facilities within that Corporate Account. These filters affect the report tabs. Use the Exam Dates From and To to display data for the preferred time frame. This will restrict the report to a specific start and end date. To generate the report, select a Corporate Account. If no data appears, you may need to adjust your exam dates.
The PET CT Summary of Data Submitted tab shows a pie chart of exams by scanner and bar charts of exam counts by Description and by Date added to the registry, as well as a table of exam counts by facility. The pie and bar charts may be used as filters for the entire report. By clicking on a bar in the Exam Count by Date chart, data filters the remaining charts and table to only show exams for that date. To remove the filter, simply click outside the chart or table.
You can also change the level of aggregation in the Exam Count by Date bar chart by clicking on collapse/expand icons along the y-axis. By default, the chart displays the number of exams by day. Hovering along the top of the y-axis reveals collapse icons [-] next to the month, quarter, and year. Click on an icon to change the level of detail to the corresponding level. In the example below, the mouse has highlighted the collapse icon at the month level.
The level of detail at the bottom of the chart changes to month. An expand icon is now available next to month. You can drill down to show data by day, or collapse icons at the top will raise the level of detail to show volume by quarter or year.