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Today, radiology administrators must improve workflow and efficiency across multiple hospital locations, while maintaining high privacy and security. Philips PerformanceBridge operational informatics platform is delivering results for health systems, reducing scan times while increasing volume and streamlining operations. Boston Medical Center, which conducts more than 600 studies per week on three MR systems, implemented Philips PerformanceBridge Protocol Manager to optimize and standardize its MR protocols, with the goal of reducing exam times. Analysis of brain and spine exams showed use of Protocol Manager led to a decrease in exam time, increased volume and increased revenue .
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 Results are specific to the institution where they are obtained and may not refect the results achieveable at other institutions. Numbers reported are self reported from Boston Medical Center.
 Clinical Whitepaper: Gossmann et al.,“Impact of AI-based Instant Image Quality Feedback for Chest Radiograms for the Clinical Routine”, Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Kliniken der Stadt Koeln, Germany & Philips Medical Systems DMC GmbH, Hamburg, Germany.
 Estimates based on analysis conducted by Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital, Rome, Italy, following implementation of the Interactive Multimedia Reporting solution together with Philips Workflow Orchestrator, October 2021. Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.
 Since installing Protocol Manager, MR volume at BMC increased by 3 studies per day, with MR brain studies shortened by 10 minutes, which translates overall to an additional USD 324,000 per year. Increase in volume can also be attributed to a schedule change that resulted in more efficient scheduling of MR patients requiring anesthesia.