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QIBA Profiles that are available for QIBA or designee testing:
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==QIBA Profiles that are available for QIBA or designee testing:==
 
*[[Media:QIBA_CT_Vol_SmallLungNoduleAssessmentInCTScreening_2018.11.18-clean-2.pdf|CT Small Lung Nodule Volume Assessment and Monitoring in Low Dose Screening 2018-11-18]]
 
*[[Media:QIBA_CT_Vol_SmallLungNoduleAssessmentInCTScreening_2018.11.18-clean-2.pdf|CT Small Lung Nodule Volume Assessment and Monitoring in Low Dose Screening 2018-11-18]]
 
*https://www.rsna.org/en/research/quantitative-imaging-biomarkers-alliance/qiba-conformance-certification-services
 
*https://www.rsna.org/en/research/quantitative-imaging-biomarkers-alliance/qiba-conformance-certification-services

Revision as of 22:00, 12 November 2019

QIBA Profile Conformance

QIBA Profiles that are at least at consensus level (link to wiki page on development of a Profile) are available to interested parties (clinical sites, CROs, equipment and/or software vendors) to demonstrate that all relevant actors of an institution or product conform to the respective QIBA Profile. There are two different ways to show QIBA Profile conformance:

  • Self – attestation
  • Certification service

The basic process flow is shown below:

Profile Conformance Image.jpg

Before starting conformance testing, please Email QIBA

QIBA Profiles that are available for self-attestation conformance testing:

CT: Lung Tumor Volume (Advanced Disease)

  • Report Template

FDG-PET: Solid Tumor SUV

MR: ADC-DW MR Lesions in Four Organs


QIBA Profiles that are available for QIBA or designee testing: