Recently, Royal Philips, a leader in health technology, announced planned innovations in radiology at the 2018 Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA). At this meeting, Philips is promoting its new portfolio of novel and innovative imaging systems, intelligent software, and associated services. Their solutions connect technology and people, and are designed to deal with a quadruple aim: enhanced patient experience, improved outcomes, lowered cost of care delivery, increased staff satisfaction.
The portfolio includes the Philips Ingenia Ambition 1.5T MR, providing intelligent applications and services, which Philips is displaying at RSNA 2018. They are also showing the Philips IntelliSpace Discovery 3.0, which is a comprehensive, open platform, designed to enable the development and use of AI assets in radiology, with the aim of supporting radiologists in their research.
Robert Cascella, the Chief Business Leader of Diagnosis & Treatment, at Philips, said “As healthcare continues to transform from a volume to a value-based approach, and the amount of data available for each clinical decision dramatically grows, our customers are seeking more seamless, integrated solutions to enable more precise diagnosis and treatment. We’ve accelerated our pace of innovation, with 70% of our Diagnostic Imaging portfolio renewed within the past two years. We’re also harnessing the power of artificial intelligence across the imaging enterprise, from improving workflow to supporting clinical decisions.”
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