TriageTrak and TriagePic®

These help you quickly gather incoming victim photos and identifying information at hospital triage, in support of your needs for subsequent identification and family reunification. The software system, developed by NLM's Lost Person Finder Project, features a central website, "TriageTrak", available for hosting at your hospital, and "TriagePic" apps that talk to it. In general, with both TriageTrak and TriagePic, you may:
  • Create or edit mass casualty reports
  • Compose reports by taking or attaching photo
  • Report may contain information like patient id, name, age, gender, and triage category
  • Search for posted reports, using matching, sorting, and filtering
  • Employ tools to bolster understanding of triage inflow
Learn more about TriageTrak and TriagePic in the sections below. Or, go directly to them now:
TriageTrak | TriagePic for iOS an image of the App Store download for TriagePic for iOS | TriagePic for Android an image of the Google Play download for TriagePic for Android | TriagePic for Windows 8.1 an image of the Windows Store download for TriagePic for Windows 8.1 application| TriagePic for Windows 7 an image of the TriagePic for Windows 7 download installation

TriageTrak

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Manage patient records from a web browser
A cross-platform solution for managing patient records from any device, any operating system, and any screen size.
  • The administrator has tools to manage user accounts and overall utilizations
  • Charts and tables provide data overviews and itemizations
  • For reports, additional data can be entered, and a revision history is maintained
  • Search options includes facial image matching
  • NLM's Demo instance of TriageTrak ~ triagetrak.nlm.nih.gov

TriagePic for Android

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Report, Search, and Modify records from any Android Phone or Tablet
  • Search, Report, Scans barcode & edit the records
  • Runs with various screen sizes and densities (on both phones and tablets)
  • Report option supports gallery photo selection & built in camera
  • Facilitates cropping the image for reporting

TriagePic for iOS

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Various screenshots of TriagePic on iOS
  • Search, Report, Scans barcode & edit the records
  • Runs with various screen sizes and densities (on both phones and tablets)
  • Report option supports gallery photo selection & built in camera
  • Facilitates cropping the image for reporting

TriagePic for Windows 8.1 Tablets

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Create and Send a Fast Report for Each Arrival
Available through the Windows Store, this Modern UI app offers quick data entry and page navigation, by tablet touch, or by mouse and keyboard on laptops or hybrid devices. On the New Report screen above, data entry is by checkbox tap, e.g., to indicate an adult or pediatric patient, or by virtual or real keyboard, e.g, for optional names. Medical triage zones can be hospital-specific, e.g., "BH Green" is "Behavioral Health Green": an arrival primarily needs a counselor. The 3 small colored squares (one of which brightens every few seconds) show Wi-Fi connectivity, so you known whether "Send" will happen immediately or be queued.
an image of the TriagePic 8.1 Statistics page with 4 pie charts
Charts summarize victim arrivals

TriagePic for Windows 7

an image of the TriagePic for Windows 7 application
During "Capital Shield 12" Drill at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD
As simulated disaster victims arrive at a perimeter triage station, hospital personnel used TriagePic running on Windows 7 touch-screen tablets to take photos and enter patient data (e.g., mass casualty IDs, initial treatment zones). This information is sent by hospital WiFi to TriageTrak, where it could be accessed by hospital reunification counselors and emergency managers.
  • It can run as a desktop application under Windows XP through 8.1
  • It works with internal or external webcams
  • Reports can be mailed directly to designated recipients
  • Can be downloaded and updated from NLM's TriageTrak site by those with hospital credentials