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Philips extends partnership with Banner Health to transform and optimize radiology departments leveraging Philips PerformanceBridge Practice en ander

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PerformanceBridge Practice combines analytics & services for continuous improvement; helps radiology depts. enhance patient & staff experience, lowers costs

Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Phoenix, AR, U.S. – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a leading health technology company, and Arizona-based Banner Health, today announced they have extended their multi-year partnership to include adoption of Philips’ PerformanceBridge Practice, helping Banner to accelerate its clinical transformation in radiology and further deliver on its goal of improving care for patients. PerformanceBridge Practice is a part of the Philips PerformanceBridge portfolio, a suite of operational performance improvement software and services that assist radiology departments to deliver on the Quadruple Aim of enhancing productivity, improving the patient and staff experience, while delivering better value-based care. Philips and Banner will work collaboratively to pinpoint improvement opportunities, and a dedicated Philips Solution Advisor will help Banner to develop solutions that address areas for improvement. Banner will roll out PerformanceBridge Practice in all 28 of its radiology departments in a two-phased approach, starting with its 16 Arizona and academic sites, then expanding to its 12 radiology departments in five other states.

Introduced last year, Philips’ PerformanceBridge Practice is a vendor-agnostic connected solution that aggregates data from across different imaging modalities and information systems, to provide healthcare professionals access to customizable data on departmental performance. For Banner, this will include a customized user-interface to provide radiology teams with access to actionable information that can help administrators prioritize operational improvements in asset management, equipment uptime and utilization, peer-to-peer collaboration, accreditation compliance and practice management.

“The pressure to reduce costs while increasing operational efficiency in the current healthcare environment is intense, which requires us to look at performance improvement in imaging very differently,” said Becky Kuhn, Chief Operating Officer for Banner Health. “Investing in the right tools and technologies helps us to provide better service to our customers. Connecting our radiology assets, and getting a better view into the performance of our radiology departments, will help us to become more efficient, elevate patient safety and save on capital investments. Ultimately this allows us to reinvest in what matters most – our patients.”

Because health systems typically need additional technology support in understanding, adopting and deploying new solutions, Philips offers support with its PerformanceBridge offerings via a diverse Solution Delivery team: Solution Architects, Solution Advisors, and IT Engineers with deep knowledge of radiology operations, clinical workflow, radiology IT, big data analytics, medical imaging technology and financial modeling. This will give organizations like Banner the dedicated support they need from experts at Philips who can help their administrators understand how to leverage PerformanceBridge Practice, while implementing improvement strategies based on meaningful insights provided by the practice management tool.

The agreement builds upon the 15-year, long-term strategic partnership signed by Banner and Philips, which has allowed both organizations to identify solution delivery projects and innovative technologies that can help improve the patient experience and outcomes. Banner and Philips are committed to driving innovation in health management and are collaborating on how the healthcare network can take a more connected approach around health spaces such as cardiology by incorporating advanced imaging and interventional technologies, genomics, digital pathology, and data analytics. Banner and Philips have collaborated on several successful pilot programs to transform care delivery. The adoption of Philips’ PerformanceBridge Practice across Banner’s network will help optimize its radiology departments to help Banner deliver on its commitment to make healthcare easier for its patients and its customers.

“Imaging plays a critical role in providing insight to physicians to reach a definitive diagnosis and determine the most efficient treatment pathway for patients,” said Brent Shafer CEO of Philips North America. “Not only is it important to ensure that radiologists have the tools they need to get a diagnosis right the first time and delivery on the Quadruple Aim, it’s essential that radiology departments can identify opportunities for operational improvements. By adopting Philips PerformanceBridge Practice, Banner continues to pioneer transformative healthcare by driving operational efficiency, including improving the patient and staff experience.”

For more information on Philips PerformanceBridge Practice, please visit here (https://www.usa.philips.com/healthcare/medical-specialties/radiology/performancebridge/performancebridge-practice) and for more information on Philips’ full portfolio of integrated imaging systems, devices, informatics and services at #RSNA17, and for live updates from the event, follow @PhilipsLiveFrom or visit www.philips.com/rsna

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Philips and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center of Omaha announce 10-year, strategic partnership to help innovate for seamless pediatric care

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center is the latest forward-thinking health system to partner with Philips on connected solutions, breaking down barriers to patient data

Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Omaha, NE, US – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center of Omaha, one of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals for Cardiology and Heart Surgery, have signed a 10-year, strategic partnership to help drive innovation in pediatric care. Working together, Philips and Children’s will look to identify opportunities to enhance the quality and cost effectiveness of patient services, including focusing on connected solutions in diagnostic imaging, patient monitoring, respiratory solutions and clinical informatics. Children’s will look to standardize care across departments using Philips technologies, breaking down the barriers to patient data and clinical decision tools, for a better patient and employee experience across its organization.

Children’s supports families from across a five-state region, providing care to nearly 150,000 children each year. With a shared commitment to patient care and clinical excellence, Philips and Children’s will work to understand the health system’s current and future technology needs, while developing innovative methods of enhancing patient outcomes and the patient experience, delivering on their joint mission to improve the lives of children. Through the strategic partnership, Philips and Children’s will develop a technology plan that is intended to provide business stability and predictability, while providing Children’s with access to Philips health technologies and services, as well as clinical education, IT integration and data analytics. Moreover, like other Philips long-term strategic partners, Children’s will have access to global best practices and Philips innovations, clinical programs that extend access to care beyond the hospital and into the community.

“As the only full-service pediatric specialty health care center in Nebraska, we know that families from across the region are putting their trust in us,” said Richard G. Azizkhan, M.D., president and CEO of Children’s. “Partnering with Philips will help Children’s continue to transform pediatric health care by leading in providing innovative, quality care. The partnership will help us deliver on our commitment to improve the life of every child by providing our staff with the clinical support tools and training that can drive a consistent patient experience, improve workflow throughout our network and help improve patient outcomes.”

Children’s is the latest forward-thinking healthcare network to extend their relationship with Philips, helping to address their technology needs, in order to better support their communities. Over the last few years, Philips had become the de facto leader in long-term strategic partnerships working with organizations such as Augusta University Health (15-year term), Westchester Medical Center Health (15-year), Mackenzie Health (18-year term), Marin General Hospital (15-year term) Medical University of South Carolina (8-year term), Banner Health (15-year term), Bon Secours Charity Health System (15-year), and Phoenix Children’s Hospital (15-year) to help further care in their local communities. These partnerships underscore Philips’ commitment to provide new solutions for hospitals and health systems, and highlight a growing trend towards strategic partnerships for creating long-term patient value.

“Philips and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center share a common mission to improve children’s lives by transforming how care is delivered, enhancing the patient and staff experience and improving health care for the communities we serve,” said Brent Shafer, chief executive office of Philips North America. “Partnering will allow us to understand how we can help them further break down data silos, giving their staff access to information that can help them improve their already impressive level of patient care.”

For more information on how Philips is partnering to drive innovation in healthcare, visit this website and follow @PhilipsNA.

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Philips and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center of Omaha announce 10-year, strategic partnership to help innovate for seamless pediatric care

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center is the latest forward-thinking health system to partner with Philips on connected solutions, breaking down barriers to patient data

Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Omaha, NE, US – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center of Omaha, one of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals for Cardiology and Heart Surgery, have signed a 10-year, strategic partnership to help drive innovation in pediatric care. Working together, Philips and Children’s will look to identify opportunities to enhance the quality and cost effectiveness of patient services, including focusing on connected solutions in diagnostic imaging, patient monitoring, respiratory solutions and clinical informatics. Children’s will look to standardize care across departments using Philips technologies, breaking down the barriers to patient data and clinical decision tools, for a better patient and employee experience across its organization.

Children’s supports families from across a five-state region, providing care to nearly 150,000 children each year. With a shared commitment to patient care and clinical excellence, Philips and Children’s will work to understand the health system’s current and future technology needs, while developing innovative methods of enhancing patient outcomes and the patient experience, delivering on their joint mission to improve the lives of children. Through the strategic partnership, Philips and Children’s will develop a technology plan that is intended to provide business stability and predictability, while providing Children’s with access to Philips health technologies and services, as well as clinical education, IT integration and data analytics. Moreover, like other Philips long-term strategic partners, Children’s will have access to global best practices and Philips innovations, clinical programs that extend access to care beyond the hospital and into the community.

“As the only full-service pediatric specialty health care center in Nebraska, we know that families from across the region are putting their trust in us,” said Richard G. Azizkhan, M.D., president and CEO of Children’s. “Partnering with Philips will help Children’s continue to transform pediatric health care by leading in providing innovative, quality care. The partnership will help us deliver on our commitment to improve the life of every child by providing our staff with the clinical support tools and training that can drive a consistent patient experience, improve workflow throughout our network and help improve patient outcomes.”

Children’s is the latest forward-thinking healthcare network to extend their relationship with Philips, helping to address their technology needs, in order to better support their communities. Over the last few years, Philips had become the de facto leader in long-term strategic partnerships working with organizations such as Augusta University Health (15-year term), Westchester Medical Center Health (15-year), Mackenzie Health (18-year term), Marin General Hospital (15-year term) Medical University of South Carolina (8-year term), Banner Health (15-year term), Bon Secours Charity Health System (15-year), and Phoenix Children’s Hospital (15-year) to help further care in their local communities. These partnerships underscore Philips’ commitment to provide new solutions for hospitals and health systems, and highlight a growing trend towards strategic partnerships for creating long-term patient value.

“Philips and Children’s Hospital & Medical Center share a common mission to improve children’s lives by transforming how care is delivered, enhancing the patient and staff experience and improving health care for the communities we serve,” said Brent Shafer, chief executive office of Philips North America. “Partnering will allow us to understand how we can help them further break down data silos, giving their staff access to information that can help them improve their already impressive level of patient care.”

For more information on how Philips is partnering to drive innovation in healthcare, visit this website and follow @PhilipsNA.




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