News | March 04, 2009

Philips’ Brilliance Workspace Named KLAS Leader for Advanced Visualization

March 5, 2009 - Philips' Brilliance Workspace computed tomography (CT) workstation was the category leader in Advanced Visualization, recognized KLAS, an independent research firm specializing in monitoring and reporting performance of healthcare information technology vendors.

Brilliance Workspace addresses the primary challenge facing healthcare providers working with multislice CT: how to manage datasets generated by large volume acquisitions, while speeding the “time to diagnosis.” The software automates multiple tasks through built-in intelligent workflow features that guide even a novice user through his or her task.

Physicians use information from CT scans to rule out or confirm the presence of certain abnormalities or diseases. That information can be vital in determining proper treatment options. Brilliance Workspace helps care providers see more and do more, allowing them to share results more easily and aim toward improving health outcomes for patients.

Brilliance Workspace features the Workspace Portal, allowing users to do web-based reformatting or post-processing activities.

The Brilliance Workspace recently added new features and applications, two of which are, whole body bone removal and liver segmentation. These new features were unveiled at the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) 2008 Annual Meeting. Nuclear medicine and PET applications are also available on this productivity tool.

For more information: www.medical.philips.com

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