Technology | January 05, 2015

Philips Expands Connected Health Informatics With IntelliSpace Portal 7.0

Source-agnostic analytics and visualization solution offers one platform for all imaging data - provides comprehensive picture of patient health

Enterprise Imaging, PACS, RSNA 2014, IntelliSpace Portal 7.0

Image courtesy of Philips

January 5, 2015 — Philips introduced the IntelliSpace Portal 7.0 at RSNA 2014. Through advanced analytics, visualization and data sharing across multiple systems and imaging scan types, the latest version of the Philips IntelliSpace Portal offers radiologists a more integrated view of each patient moving along the health continuum and the ability to create faster pathways to definitive diagnosis for referring physicians.

IntelliSpace Portal 7.0 is a single platform that connects radiologists and referring physicians across clinical domains, integrating with multiple modalities and hospital information systems (HIS), picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and radiology information systems (RIS). Clinicians can review and complete cases from virtually any location. IntelliSpace Portal Enterprise, the multi-site companion to the IntelliSpace Portal, connects multiple hospitals to ensure every clinician always has access to the same applications – and grows the solution as the hospital network grows.

IntelliSpace Portal 7.0 also offers a broad set of clinical applications covering cardiology, vascular, oncology, neurology and other clinical domains.

Highlights include:

· New cardiovascular applications like Advanced Vessel Analysis, which have been shown to reduce time to results by up to 77 percent relative to PACS analysis.

· Integrating with the Philips Allura Interventional Suite, bringing advanced analysis directly to the point of care and enabling physicians to review interventional and diagnostic X-ray datasets.

· New applications to help measure and track Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and workflows designed to speed the detection of pulmonary emboli address recent growing interest in pulmonary disease management.

For more information: www.philips.com/healthcare

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