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Together we can meet the world’s health IT challenges.

We’re in the midst of one of the most challenging times in healthcare history, facing growing and aging populations, the rise of chronic diseases, global resource constraints, and a transition to value-based care. At Philips, we believe these challenges demand connected health IT solutions that integrate, collect, combine and deliver quality data for actionable insights to help improve patient outcomes, reduce costs and improve access to quality care.

 

As a global leader in ehealth, Philips was among those gathering at ehealth week, June 8-10 to share what we know to help advance healthcare through information technology. This year, ehealth attendees focused on three main themes: Empowering People, Trust and Standards, and Innovation and Transition. At the Philips booth, we showcased how our connected health IT solutions and services are helping to create a healthier, more connected world.

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eHealth

 

Learn how eHealth helps care providers connect patients, distant locations, data, and analysis in a way that facilitates patient engagement, coordination, communication and effective clinical action.

Care coordination & eHealth

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Empowering people

 

Find out how Philips is working with doctors and psychologists to develop a range of digital personal health programs that help guide people to better living by changing their habits in small ways, at their own pace.

 

Personal health solutions

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Health Informatics 

 

Health data is growing exponentially. Learn how you can realize its optimal value with Philips’ advanced health data management, sharing, and analytics that help you engage, manage, and improve patient care anywhere care takes place.

 

Clinical Informatics

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Health transformation

 

Healthcare institutions need to integrate solutions and individuals taking charge of their personal health journey. Find out how Philips healthcare consultancy services are helping transform care delivery with a human-centric holistic view of the challenges, our HealthSuite co-create methodology, and design-thinking application.

 

Transforming care delivery

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HealthSuite

 

Philips’ HealthSuite platform collects, compiles, and analyzes clinical and other data from a wide range of devices and sources. See how applications built with HealthSuite can help care be more personalized and people more empowered in their own health, wellbeing and lifestyle.

 

HealthSuite

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The Future Health Index

 

Philips is committed to researching how integrated care can help meet global health challenges, and to that end, Philips is releasing a new study - The Future Health Index – which will examine how to achieve a sustainable integrated health system through connected care. Philips has structured its in-depth research across two quantitative studies spanning patient population and healthcare professionals (HCPs); and qualitative interviews of HCPs, Insurers and Policy Makers. Operating at the intersection of people, technology and healthcare systems, Philips is uniquely positioned to explore these themes. In addition to introducing the Future Health Index results, Philips will discuss what the future holds for better connected sustainable health systems.

 

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Dutch Hacking Health Hackathon


Tackling the worldwide challenges in healthcare requires new ideas, new solutions and new points of view. We need the input of consumers and their loved ones, physicians and healthcare providers, businesses, and society.
Tackling the worldwide challenges in healthcare requires new ideas, new solutions and new points of view. We need the input of consumers and their loved ones, physicians and healthcare providers, businesses, and society.

Philips is committed to contributing our expertise in the convergence of data, connectivity and innovation to this effort. But this is not a job for one company or one person alone. At the Dutch Hacking Health Hackathon on 20-22 May, innovation and creativity will come together to discover and unleash new visions for sustainable solutions.

During the weekend event Dutch developers and innovators will have access to the Philips Digital HealthSuite Platform to help them create innovative applications for anyone interested in health improvement including consumers, hospitals and health care systems. Hackers can use open industry standards-based application programming interfaces (APIs), which are part of the Philips platform.

Why has Philips helped support the Dutch Hacking Health Hackathon for the second year in a row? "This can help in the realization of integrated care consumers and enables patients to manage their health more effectively with the help of communities and healthcare professionals," said Jeroen Tas (CEO of Philips Healthcare Informatics Solutions and Services).

 

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HealthSuite Labs


Philips HealthSuite Labs is an engagement program for solving complex healthcare challenges through collaborative co-creation and co-innovation with our customers and other stakeholders – such as government agencies, healthcare authorities, hospitals and care networks. The goal of the program is to better understand patient needs and create a shared vision and approach for new ways of improving care delivery. We accomplish this by combining business, clinical and design insights with the latest policy developments and digital technologies to create meaningful innovations that improve people’s lives.

In May 2016, in conjunction with the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport and the Dutch Patient Consumer Federation (NPCF), Philips will facilitate a new HealthSuite Labs engagement session for healthcare stakeholders in the Netherlands. This new session, which will be held in our Eindhoven HealthSuite Labs, will be one of the first steps taken toward accelerating the creation of a pre-competitive development environment for ecosystems based around personal health records. The session aims to achieve a common understanding of the steps needed to design and implement these ecosystems. Its conclusions will be used by a Dutch program focused on defining requirements and procedures for upscaling existing personal health platforms.

If you would like to explore how your hospital or integrated delivery network could benefit from an interactive strategy session in our HealthSuite Labs, please contact us.

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