Regular readers of this blog probably know that the innovations we work on, need to provide value not only as standalone, but also connected to a much broader suite of solutions in the neurological sphere. Philips is designing a number of integrated propositions, connecting modalities and data streams of which IntelliSpace Cognition is just one module. In the future, Philips aims to integrate digital cognitive data, neuroimaging, and EEG to give the neurologist a more complete overview of the patients they treat, their neurological health and enable more personalized care.
Philips Neurology, for example, is pushing ahead in neuroscientific discovery and neuro clinical care, building tools and advanced technologies which are unlocking our understanding of the brain at a more rapid pace than ever before. The transformative technologies provide multimodal view of the brain, combining EEG and MRI data, which guide researchers and clinicians to derive insights on patients with epilepsy. We are pushing the boundaries on non-invasive diagnostics for other neurological disorders such as dementia, stroke, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and multiple sclerosis (MS).
Our MR digital tools are shedding light on intricate structures of the brain. Through advanced visualization applications, these tools help clinicians review complex, multi-dimensional data to make informed, definitive decisions. As we continue to build out this neuro portfolio of solutions we will be able to tailor healthcare to meet individual requirements, for example towards quantitative biomarkers to support personalized diagnosis and treatment guidance.