As Philips we are already on our way, shifting our focus from the devices themselves to the platforms and all-round solutions which open new possibilities to improve people’s daily lives.
This is the case with the oral care platform behind our Sonicare portfolio of products. The Philips Sonicare app is in effect a ‘virtual hub’ for personal oral healthcare, enabling users to manage their brushing and breath quality on a daily basis, share results with their dental practitioners, and have personalized guidance and advice at their fingertips.
Similarly, Philips Care Orchestrator, our patient management solution for people living at home with chronic sleep and respiratory conditions is another example of how Philips is pushing the boundaries of digital health. Powered by Philips Healthsuite digital platform, Care Orchestrator unites patients, homecare providers, physicians and insurance companies within a single, cloud-based platform, allowing care teams to provide personalized support, coaching and education to their patients at home. Care Orchestrator turns raw data into actionable information and delivers it directly to care teams so everyone can work together to make fast, informed clinical decisions.
The aim with all of these technologies is to create truly adaptive environments, but which help people feel in control of their own health and care situation.