News | April 08, 2009

Philips Provides Image Access Across the Enterprise

April 8, 2009 - For enterprise-wide access to clinical images and clinical applications, Philips highlighted at HIMSS 2009 its enterprise image management solutions, which include XIRIS’s newest version is 7.0 and iSite PACS, and also improves clinical decisions and organizational efficiency throughout and between hospitals.
With Philips’ Enterprise First deployment approach, hundreds of leading hospitals and imaging centers are increasing overall productivity and bottom line — but most importantly — they are improving the level of care delivered to their patients.

XIRIS’s version is 7.0 features include an intuitive application requiring minimal training and setup; state-of-the-art technologies and open standards which deliver secure tools for managing staff and resources, including statistical and auditing information as well as biometric authentication; streamlined and flexible scheduling process designed with the scheduler in mind, including "next available appointment" options and other enhancements inspired by our clients; and access to patient, exam, film, mammography and workflow tracking. Designed to increase your efficiency and accuracy, XIRIS takes your imaging facilities further into the era of filmless and paperless radiology.

iSite Enterprise is an enterprise-wide web-based image distribution solution that delivers the power of radiology to the point of patient care. iSite Enterprise provides clinicians and referring physicians access to instant diagnostic-quality images anytime, anyplace throughout your healthcare environment.

Philips’ iSite PACS is reshaping the medical imaging and information industry landscape. iSite PACS is proving digital enterprise distribution is possible — without the prohibitive up-front capital expenditures and limiting technology associated with traditional PACS. iSite PACS integrates into a healthcare institution’s existing infrastructure enabling all departments to prove ROI (return on investment) at each stage of deployment.

For more information: www.healthcare.philips.com

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