Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, has announced its connected care technology to help drive precision diagnosis, suggested treatment and follow-up, at the 2019 Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual meeting in Orlando. Philips will spotlight integrated solutions enhanced by adaptive intelligence across key areas of health information management, addressing some of the biggest challenges facing Health IT professionals including inefficient workflows, interoperability, managing data overload and aggregation, cost control and cybersecurity.
"At Philips, our mission is to deliver solutions that take the complexity out of healthcare through a truly integrated approach to drive better health outcomes, improved patient and staff experience and lower cost of care," said Carla Kriwet, Chief Business Leader of Connected Care at Philips. "We develop and deliver intelligent, integrated data management and analytics to bring together the full picture of the patient to help facilitate better informed decision-making and care delivery within the hospital, in post-acute care settings and in the home."
Moving from reactive to proactive care
Philips integrated solutions feature smart enterprise systems, devices, software and services that bring together patient population data to help drive a more proactive approach to care. Data-driven actionable insights leveraging AI help enable precision diagnosis and standardization of care across the enterprise and improve workflows. Visitors to the Philips Booth (#2101) at HIMSS will experience a full suite of integrated technology solutions ranging from advanced wireless biosensors, monitoring systems and AI enabled clinical decision support, to advanced out of hospital solutions and critical enterprise imaging data consolidated across radiology, cardiology, oncology and pathology. The Philips connected care experience highlighted at HIMSS is focused on critical solutions across key areas including:
In the hospital
– solutions manage vast amounts of patient-generated health data, integrating information within the EHR, leveraging predictive analytics to help drive better informed care decisions. Solutions include:
– enables clinicians to access data from disparate sources in a holistic view to deliver information enhanced by AI applications for more confident diagnoses. Solutions include:
In the home
– integrated solutions enable remote monitoring and connected care for patients in their preferred setting empowering them at home with medical devices, applications and tools to help reduce costly hospital readmissions. Solutions include:
– advanced technology aggregates and analyzes data to bridge the gap between acute and home-based care, supporting patients with programs to deliver the right care at the right time in the most appropriate and lowest care settings. Solutions include:
New and enhanced Philips solutions spotlight at HIMSS
With a focus on lowering the cost of care and improving efficiency, Philips recently expanded its IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition
next generation enterprise-wide health informatics platform to include Philips PerformanceBridge. New enhancements now include IntelliSpace Precision Medicine Oncology, IntelliSpace Genomics and interoperable clinical data sharing with IntelliSpace Exchange. Philips is also introducing its latest technology to improve patient and staff experience with the launch of Philips IntelliSpace Epidemiology. The new decision-support solution is the first to combine clinical and genomic technologies for precision infection control to efficiently and accurately identify healthcare associated infections.
Philips at HIMSS
Throughout the week, Philips will host PhilipsLive! Forum Sessions in its booth, featuring more than 25 short presentations and talks from Philips executives and industry leaders discussing the hottest topics in health informatics and health IT including value-based care, adaptive intelligence, interoperability, precision medicine, chronic care, cybersecurity and more. Philips thought leaders will also be speaking and presenting in various HIMSS Showcases and executive sessions including The Personalized Health Experience, The Interoperability Showcase, The Cybersecurity Command Center, the Machine Learning Forum and more. A complete list of presenters, topics, dates and times are available here.
For more information on Philips' full portfolio of integrated smart enterprise systems, devices, software and services that will be spotlighted in Booth #2101 at the HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, FL, Feb. 11-15, 2019, visit www.philips.com/himss and follow @PhilipsLiveFrom for #HIMSS19 updates throughout the event.Back To Top
Philips showcases connected care solutions across the health continuum at HIMSS 2019. Appl Rad Oncol.