Developing software in the field of medicine is a complex task, as the sector is heavily regulated by various laws and is highly formalized in nature. However, there is a large number of annotation software tools available for healthcare professionals that they use on a daily basis. Nevertheless, a significant part of such software may not always comply with legislation, for example, in terms of refusing to store patient data on servers located on the territory of a particular country. Some software also fails to meet specific functional requirements. Such software can be less intuitive for both young professionals, older specialists, and students. Consequently, valuable time has to be spent on learning the interface, which could have been used more efficiently.
The main goal of the project was the development of a cloud-based web platform with multi-user access, enabling healthcare professionals to work with X-ray studies within a unified environment. The platform allows users to work with original, annotated, and artificially generated studies.
The functionality available to a physician depends on their role in the system. The development had two stages:
The developed interface allows doctors to create artifacts that can serve as a basis for automating the diagnostic process of studies.
The intuitively user-friendly interface developed significantly simplifies the user-system interaction process, allowing for the optimization of specialists' work time.