Breaking down barriers in the way of value-based care

How can integrated, connected technologies deliver a 360-degree view of the patient, enable more informed clinical decision making, and inform patient care paths that meet them where they are?

At the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European conference next week in Helsinki, Finland, Philips will showcase its suite of products designed to break barriers standing the way of value-based care at every stage of the health continuum, from the hospital all the way to the home.

The AI-powered health information management solutions address some of the biggest challenges facing health IT professionals, including inefficient workflows, interoperability, managing data overload and aggregation, cost control and cybersecurity. The aim is to help improve health outcomes, patient and staff experience and reduce cost of care.

At the Philips booth, 6a20, delegates will be able to collaborate in real time with the Philips expert team, see demonstrations of integrated workflows and brainstorm innovative solutions. Philips Live! forum sessions will also be featured throughout the conference, offering insight on the latest topics and trends in health IT.

Solutions that will be showcased feature smart enterprise systems, devices, software and services that bring together patient population data to help drive a more proactive approach to care.

In hospital, these manage vast amounts of patient-generated health data, integrate information within the EMR, and leverage predictive analytics to help drive better informed care decisions. Along with IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition, additional solutions include:

Integrated informatics solutions across cardiology, oncology and radiology also enable clinicians to access data from disparate sources in a holistic view, delivering information enhanced by AI applications for more confident diagnoses. These include:

For the diary:

  • 13 June, 9 – 10am, Future of Hospitals session; speaker: Mikko Vasama, Philips market lead health systems, Nordics
  • 13 June, 13:30 – 14:45; Prevention & Population Health Management session; speaker: Arnaud Kruizinga, Canislus Wilhelmina Hospital Nijmegen chief information officer
  • 13 June, 15:30 – 16:30; CXO Dialogue: Pushing the Frontier of Interoperability to Community Based Care; Andries Hamster, Forcare, ales development.

This sponsored article is part of ‘The Road to Helsinki’ series, which highlights innovative sessions and technologies at the HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference taking place in Helsinki, 11-13 June 2019. Healthcare IT News is a HIMSS Media publication.

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