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Philips Spotlights New and Enhanced Diagnostic and AI-Enabled Solutions to Streamline Workflows Across Imaging Enterprise

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 04 Mar 2021
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Philips Healthcare (Amsterdam‎, the Netherlands) participated in the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) virtual event held in Vienna, Austria, March 3-10, 2021, where the company featured new and enhanced diagnostic and interventional solutions that further expand its Radiology Workflow Suite, connecting data, technology and people across the imaging enterprise.

In furthering its commitment to workflow optimization, Philips presented how connected, smart systems and simpler, more efficient workflows can help reduce variability and staff workload, increase productivity, and enhance the patient & provider experience. At ECR 2021, Philips showcased integrated, end-to-end solutions designed to provide more informed and confident decision-making. Philips unveiled new technologies supporting its vendor-agnostic Radiology Workflow Suite at ECR, alongside its robust portfolio of clinically optimized diagnostic and interventional solutions. Philips Radiology Workflow Suite helps drive clinical and operational efficiency across all phases of the diagnostic enterprise, from scheduling and preparation, to image acquisition and data interpretation, to reporting and care pathway selection and treatment.

In addition to the new technology introductions supporting the Radiology Workflow Suite during ECR, Philips showcased the latest innovations across its comprehensive portfolio of diagnostic and interventional solution. Philips takes a holistic approach to integrating AI across its Precision Diagnosis portfolio, both for image processing and interpretation and for image acquisition, where automated and AI-enabled ‘smart workflows’ can increase efficiency and boost clinical confidence for system operators. Philips’ commitment to integrating data, AI, and analytics solutions supports its growing ecosystem approach, benefitting customers and the patients they serve. At ECR Philips also showcased innovations to enhance productivity and clinical confidence in diagnostic X-ray.

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