Philips announces innovations around imaging, pediatrics and more

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PhilipsPhilips today announced new imaging products and services, as well as a 10-year, strategic partnership with Children’s Hospital & Medical Center of Omaha, Neb.

The news is latest of a slew of announcements out of Philips during the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference that is taking place this week in Chicago.

Philips yesterday announced three new products and services related to its radiology offerings, including 3D printed models, a new CT scanner and an extension of a partnership with Banner Health.

Today, the company had three more news items:

  • Philips has introduced its IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition for Radiology, which the company describes as a comprehensive managed solution for enterprise imaging. The idea is to empower radiologists to provide improved care throughadaptive intelligence and expert guidance tools that enhance and optimize workflows.
  • Philips and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center of Omaha have signed a 10-year, strategic partnership for pediatric care innovation. Philips and Children’s will focus on connected solutions in diagnostic imaging, patient monitoring, respiratory solutions and clinical informatics – with a goal of increasing the quality and cost-effectiveness of care (i.e. boost value).
  • Philips has also launched Technology Maximizer,  a new cross-modality program that initializes proactive performance upgrades for imaging equipment in order to enhance clinical capabilities.

 

 

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