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Based on a quick and easy-to-use documentation workflow, you can establish your own library of clinical cases that will be accessible to you everywhere. The Case Cloud offers an evidence-based, standardized means to establish your own collection of clinical reports that you can share with others.
- Upload your clinical images
- Add image captions
- Classify your cases with the SAC Tool
- Share your cases online with friends or keep them private
- Present your cases to an audience using the presentation mode
Frequently asked questions
What happens when I delete a case?
When you delete a case, you will erase all records of the case. The case will be permanently removed from our system and become irretrievable.
What happens if I set my case to “public”?
Setting a case to public means that the link to your case will work for anyone, irrespective of whether they are ITI Members or ITI Academy users. Anyone who has access to the link can view your case. This setting is perfect if you want to share your case with a large audience, for example on social media. However, this also means that the case is likely to be indexed by search engines. This means that if you change your mind and set your case back to restricted access, links to the case data will no longer be valid but copies may have already been automatically made and stored by some search engines.
What happens if I share one of my cases with another user?
When you share a case with another user, the user is granted read permission to your case. This means that they can access your case through their personal Case Cloud in the area “Cases shared with me”. You can discontinue their access at any time by removing them from the list of users with whom you share your case.
Who has access to my Case Cloud data?
Only you have access to the data unless you share the case with someone else. Before making your case data available to others, make sure that you have obtained your patient’s permission to do so. In some countries (for example in the European Union) explicit patient consent is required before any data can be shared.
Are the Case Cloud data safe in your system?
We regularly update and patch our systems to ensure their compliance with current security standards. The data you enter/upload are stored on our own servers and can only be accessed through tunneled sessions via your user account. If you do not forward your account details to others, your data are safe with us.
Who owns the rights to a Case I document in the Case Cloud?
The ownership of the data will always remain with you (on behalf of the patient who is the data origin). The ITI will never claim any rights or ownership pertaining to this data. We only host the data for you.
What happens to the information I upload to the Case Cloud?
The data (text and images) that you provide are stored in your Case Cloud case. The data are transmitted via a secure connection and remain protected, which means only you have access unless you share the case with someone else or change the access permission settings.
What do I need to make sure of before uploading any patient data to the Case Cloud?
While we protect your data against unauthorized access by others, you must make sure that you have obtained permission from your patient to enter it on our systems. Depending on local legal regulations (for example, in the European Union), you may need explicit written consent from your patient before you can share their data on a third party system. The ITI does not assume any responsibility for the data you upload to your Case Cloud.