Improving the NHS cancer screening services with the latest MR and CT systems

With a patient centred systems approach to diagnosis and treatment, Philips applies strong clinical capabilities, simplifies workflows and integrates artificial intelligence to help you deliver on the goals of the quadruple aim.

Quadruple Aim

 

The path towards Precision Diagnosis starts with making the Quadruple Aim a reality. Beginning with creating and activating optimised workflows, leveraging clinical capabilities and data integration, see how we can help you achieve the goals of Quadruple Aim.

Improving patient experience

Integrating the patient perspective with the latest technology helps us enable innovative advancements that improve the patient experience.

Enhancing staff experience

Identifying the challenges faced by radiology professionals daily, Philips is positioned to help support the needs of your radiology team to increase efficiency and enhance patient care.

Enabling better outcomes

Partnering to develop a seamlessly connected experience for your multi-disciplinary team to produce an efficient, and integrated approach for diagnosis and treatment options.

Realising lower cost of care

Optimising workflow efficiencies with the latest connected technologies help to produce a transformative approach that helps to reduce cost and complexity.

Philips are supporting the Government’s initiative to replace outdated cancer screening equipment, including MR and CT systems 

Philips MR Ingenia Ambition

Philips MR Ingenia Ambition


Based on its revolutionary fully sealed BlueSeal magnet, Ingenia Ambition lets you experience more productive* helium-free MR operations. The system delivers superb image quality and performs MRI exams up to 50% faster*.​


*Compared to Philips scans without Compressed SENSE
Philips Incisive CT

Philips Incisive CT


Our new Incisive CT helps you meet financial objectives with unprecedented approaches to help lower operating costs by an estimated £270,000.*​

*Actual operating costs for customers vary significantly because many variables exist (such as CT make and model, hospital/imaging venter size, case mix, system usage). The potential savings identified estimates the avoidance of purchasing replacement tubes over a 10-year useful life of a CT system, based on an average selling price of £90,000 per replacement tube and estimated tube life of 3 years. There can be no guarantee that all customers will achieve this result.

Solution Spotlight

MR innovations

MR Innovations


Discover unique MR technologies that increase Radiology productivity, while delivering exceptional imaging quality and patient experience.

Computed tomography

Computed Tomography 


Discover how Philips Computed Tomography can meet your imaging needs by exploring our family of CT scanners and state of the art clinical solutions.

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