Unlocking enterprise-wide, actionable insights at scale to improve outcomes
From integrated imaging, digital pathology and genomics through monitoring and therapies, Philips’ informatics solutions liberate and connect data for clinical confidence, predictive insights and more efficient operations. Philips’ latest AI-enabled, interoperable and cloud-based enterprise informatics solutions featured at HIMSS include the following key areas of focus:
Integrated diagnostics: By delivering more efficient connected workflows, such as embedded reporting and AI powered applications to eliminate manual processes, Philips’ diagnostic informatics help deliver greater diagnostic precision, reduced staff workload and variability, increased productivity, and an enhanced clinician experience. At HIMSS23 Philips is highlighting its integrated diagnostics partnership with Saint-Joseph Hospital & Marie-Lannelongue Hospital to improve personalized cancer care.
Hospital and acute care: Hospital virtual care, acute care management and Philips Capsule Surveillance solutions provide flexible enterprise-wide capabilities, supporting clinician mobility, data sharing, predictive analytics, alarm management, plus system integration across hospital and critical care patient journeys. For example, Northwell Health recently adopted Philips’ patient monitoring platform to drive integration and innovation for a better patient and staff experience and improved outcomes.
Out-of-hospital and ambulatory care: Philips Virtual Care Management can help reduce pressure on hospital staff by decreasing emergency department visits by an average of 38%, as well as potential savings in the cost of care through better management of chronic disease . The combination of hospital and cardiac ambulatory monitoring help to create a powerful ecosystem of home-to-hospital and hospital-to-home care that allows clinicians to proactively diagnose and manage their patients.
Care management and operations: Imaging orchestration, enterprise performance analytics, and hospital virtual care solutions unite data, surveillance, and people to support healthcare organizations in making clinical, financial, and operational improvements. For example, Philips Imaging Orchestrator – ROCC a vendor-neutral, multi-modality, multi-site telepresence solution provides advanced tele-acquisition capabilities and seamlessly connects imaging experts at a command center with technologists at scanners across locations.