News | Enterprise Imaging | January 16, 2019

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Partners With Philips for Health IT and Clinical Informatics

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital will leverage Philips IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition to help enhance patient care and staff satisfaction, reduce costs and improve access to high-quality care

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Partners With Philips for Health IT and Clinical Informatics

January 16, 2019 – Philips announced that NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has chosen to implement the company’s IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition solution across its hospitals and facilities. In a 10-year agreement, IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition will provide the health system with access to Philips’ full suite of informatics solutions across radiology, cardiology and analytics to help improve efficiencies and care delivery.

NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the nation’s most comprehensive, integrated academic healthcare delivery systems. By implementing Philips IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition, the health system has a reliable and accountable business collaborator that provides a scalable, enterprise-wide solution for clinical and operational informatics. This service offers a full suite of healthcare informatics applications to help improve efficiencies and quality of care. For example, Philips’ solutions will improve the way NewYork-Presbyterian stores data and clinicians’ ability to access images quickly across campuses and disciplines.

“NewYork-Presbyterian is pleased to team up with Philips as we continue to adopt the most cutting-edge technologies to provide the best care possible to patients,” said Daniel Barchi, group senior vice president and chief information officer of NewYork-Presbyterian. “As a national leader in the use of artificial intelligence and telemedicine, NewYork-Presbyterian is committed to harnessing technology to put patients first.”

This implementation builds on a Philips patient monitoring and Philips cardiology informatics solution currently in place in some areas of NewYork-Presbyterian. Philips IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition combines the Philips IntelliSpace Radiology and Cardiology portfolios, as well as PerformanceBridge, into a hospital-wide solution that provides continuous improvement to enable healthcare enterprises to grow and transform. With IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition, clinicians and radiologists at NewYork-Presbyterian will have access to the following tools to help enhance patient care and staff satisfaction, reduce costs and improve access to high-quality care:

  • Radiology Informatics – Philips Illumeo with adaptive intelligence augments the capabilities of radiologists to seamlessly connect people, data and technology. Philips IntelliSpace PACS (picture archiving and communication system) Enterprise, Philips IntelliSpace PACS Radiology, Philips Anywhere Viewer and Philips PACS Advanced Mammography enable physicians to more efficiently view their images.
  • Advanced 3D Informatics – IntelliSpace Portal offers advanced visualization and analysis to support complex interpretations of images across many clinical disciplines, including cardiology, oncology and neurology. It also creates and exports 3-D models optimized for 3-D printing.
  • Cardiology Informatics – IntelliSpace Cardiovascular and IntelliSpace Xper Hemodynamics (the dynamics of blood flow) provide access to advanced cardiovascular informatics applications and bring multi-modality images and clinical tools together in a single workspace for integrated clinical decision support.
  • Analytics Informatics Solutions – PerformanceBridge provides access to real-time departmental performance data and a flexible suite of solutions to help optimize operational and workflow.

For more information: www.usa.philips.com/healthcare

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