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Philips Introduces Future of Healthcare at Arab Health 2021

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 21 Jun 2021
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Philips Healthcare (Amsterdam‎, Noord-Holland) demonstrated at this year’s Arab Health how the company’s break-through AI-enabled and connected solutions in the areas of oncology, radiology, telehealth, healthcare informatics, sleep & respiratory care, and acute care patient management, are transforming the future of healthcare.

Philips demonstrated how its Hospital to Home Enterprise Telehealth Programs can help organizations meet the goals of the quadruple aim. The Philips eICU program is a transformational critical care tele-ICU program that combines A/V technology, predictive analytics, data visualization and advanced reporting capabilities, delivered by Philips experts with more than 15 years of proven success. Philips eICU is a scalable, centralized solution that extends critical care resources to the bedside via technology, independent of the health facility’s location. This centralized (hub and spoke) model puts an intensivist-led team in a central monitoring facility where they can be responsible for 50–500 remote ICU beds. It is not a replacement for the bedside team, but rather a support system to continuously advance the established plan of care.

Philips highlighted its Lumify integrated tele-ultrasound powered by Reacts collaborative platform, a cutting-edge, hand-held system that turns any compatible smart device into an integrated tele-ultrasound machine. Philips also highlighted its ultimate ultrasound solution for pediatric assessment that is customized to provide quick, confident imaging, using advanced technology for a non-ionizing, gentler modality tailored to the specific needs of children.

It also demonstrated how the Philips Digital Pathology scanner and imaging-informatics solutions for pathology laboratories enable remote reviewing of pathological cases to prevent delay in critical patient diagnosis and care, particularly during COVID-19. In the area of Radiology Informatics, Philips showcased its scalable, modular architecture that integrates with existing systems to deliver data and tools across the enterprise - from radiology data reporting to enterprise-wide ingestion and archiving, to full patient and clinical data management.

Among Philips’ Radiology solutions highlighted at Arab Health 2021 were the Ingenia Ambition 1.5T MRI system, Incisive CT system, Vereos, the world’s first and only fully digital, clinically proven, PET/CT solution, and the DigitalDiagnost C90 premium DR room that is designed to meet the diagnostic imaging needs of the most demanding institutions. Philips also demonstrated IntelliSpace Portal, its advanced visualization and analysis software solution designed to support diagnostic process, follow-up and communication across clinical domains and modalities, through a connected and secure workflow. The solution is a multi-modality and multi-vendor comprehensive suite of advanced visualization solutions for Radiology. It can scale to fit large scale enterprises, helping to maximize resources by leveraging analytical tools.

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