Philips drives a new perspective on sustainable healthcare

Philips will be showcasing its latest patient-centric, sustainable and precise radiology solutions at UKIO. Visit stand A4 to find out how Philips’ innovations are giving healthcare professionals more time to focus on patients, acting responsibly and sustainably to ensure it provides care with impact.

Improving patient outcomes and access to care

Philips says it will be showcasing its ‘first time right’ imaging, predictive insights, integrated informatics and service solutions, which it says are helping to enhance clinical outcomes, consistency and quality of care. This includes the BlueSeal MRI with helium-free operations; as well as the Zenition 30, which gives surgical teams simple, flexible imaging to make fast, informed decisions.

Optimise workflows and productivity

Fully automated patient and staff-centric workflows, accelerated patient throughput, on-demand communication and education increase productivity via the company’s speak to the Philips radiology workflow solutions and smart connected imaging systems. This includes the new Philips CT 5300 and Radiology Operations Command Center, connecting more experienced radiographers at a command centre with radiographers at scan locations.

Maximise lifetime value with sustainable solutions

“We are on a mission to positively impact 2.5 billion lives annually by 2030,” the company says. “We continue to innovate and expand our portfolio, so health systems can improve outcomes, consistency and productivity, while reducing their environmental impact. This means creating the best possible energy-efficient, circular, digital and cloud-based solutions to help you care for patients and the planet with the same attention and urgency.

“Meet us at UKIO to discuss this in more detail – including how our reliable services, upgrades and clinical offerings can extend lifetime value and uptime.”

Picture: The new CT 5300 system from Philips.

This news story has been sponsored by the companies concerned and does not represent the views or opinions of RAD Magazine.  Visit our dedicated UKIO conference page to find out more.

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