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Philips’ Data Manager Organizes Multidepartmental Images
December 9, 2016  | 

Amsterdam — Royal Philips recently announced the commercial availability of its high-performance IntelliSpace 9.0 Universal Data Manager. The system is a scalable, secure, interoperable data management solution that supports healthcare enterprises in organizing large data sets, including millions of images and other data from multiple sources. It quickly delivers them to virtually any clinician throughout the user’s health network.

Conventional medical image archive solutions focus on multi-vendor compatibility, often times compromising on performance and scalability. Philips’ new interoperable IntelliSpace Universal Data Manager delivers enhanced image lifecycle support, configurable storage options and full scalability, while also meeting the performance demands of larger departments.

Many healthcare organizations have challenges managing the millions of images and other data that are often stored in decentralized systems and infrastructures from multiple vendors across many clinical departments and locations.

These images range from X-ray, CT and MR-scans made by their radiology, cardiology and oncology departments to the digital photos taken by dermatology and plastic surgery as part of a consultation.

With the IntelliSpace Universal Data Manager, radiologists and clinicians can access relevant multi-discipline medical images for a more complete and integrated view of their patients’ medical conditions over time.

“Chief Information Officers at healthcare enterprises face complex IT landscapes and are seeking more effective data management strategies,” said Yair Briman, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Healthcare IT for Philips. “Philips is committed to offering sophisticated solutions that are universal, interoperable, and help organizations with the challenge of integrating the proliferation of ordered and non-ordered images, reigning in spiraling operational costs and providing easy access to patient records.” Continue>

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