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Philips Introduces Innovative Cardiac Workstation for Advanced Diagnostic Cardiology

Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, has unveiled its latest innovation, the Cardiac Workstation, across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This groundbreaking platform revolutionizes cardiac care by expediting clinical decision-making and enhancing patient care in cardiology.

The Cardiac Workstation leverages advanced algorithms to remotely access, analyze, and manage electrocardiograph (ECG) data, significantly reducing administrative burdens and facilitating more time for direct patient care.

Business Leader of Ambulatory Monitoring & Diagnostics at Philips, emphasizes the importance of providing care teams with timely access to critical information without compromising patient care quality.

Heart disease remains the foremost cause of mortality globally, with managing cardiac conditions posing increasing challenges and costs.

The Cardiac Workstation addresses these challenges by streamlining workflow through intuitive gesture-driven interactions, enabling clinicians to interpret ECGs effortlessly. Its three-step workflow minimizes data entry errors and expedites the capture, analysis, and export of accurate ECGs.

Moreover, the platform offers robust clinical decision support by providing access to precise demographic and clinical data. Clinicians can identify irregular rhythms and trends swiftly, ensuring confident and timely care decisions.

When integrated with Philips IntelliSpace ECG management system, clinicians can compare current and previous ECGs side-by-side, enhancing risk identification and trend analysis.

Furthermore, the Cardiac Workstation promotes enterprise interoperability by seamlessly integrating with existing electronic medical record (EMR) and system technology. This interoperability ensures easy access and sharing of ECG data across the enterprise, facilitating cost-effective care delivery while maintaining informed diagnoses and interventions.

In essence, the Cardiac Workstation represents a significant leap forward in cardiac care, empowering clinicians to deliver efficient, effective, and patient-centered care in diverse care settings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: philips.com

 

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