Transforming patient care by building healthier communities

Philips and Bon Secours Charity Health System partner to drive population health programs to help improve access to quality care.

 

 

As part of a health system serving Rockland, Orange counties and surrounding regions, Bon Secours Charity Health System, wanted to increase standardization, connectivity and optimization of their technology resources, while still having the flexibility to invest in the innovations they need to support healthier communities. Their decision to partner will Philips will help transform and improve the healthcare for hundreds of thousands of patients in the Hudson Valley and help deliver on their mission of being the leading provider of quality, compassionate and regional community health services, with a focus on redefining how care is delivered in areas such as radiology, cardiology, neurology, and pediatrics.

 

The multi-year partnership, with a potential value of $181 million, is based on a long-term enterprise managed services model and will provide BSCHS with advanced medical technologies such as imaging systems, patient monitoring, telehealth and clinical informatics solutions and a comprehensive range of clinical and business consulting services

 

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BSCHS consists of Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, New York; Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, New York and St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, New York, along with long-term care facilities and other services.

 

For more information visit

http://bschs.bonsecours.com

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Watch Dr. Leahy, CEO, BSCHS and Joe Robinson, Senior VP Health Systems Solutions, Philips explain how through this partnership we are not only improving the services in a hospital, but intend to transform the health of a community.

Dr. Mary Leahy
By collaborating with Philips, we can go beyond providing diagnosis and treatment and work on proactive health management such as healthy living and prevention, building health in our communities."

Mary Leahy

M.D., CEO of BSCHS

With a $40+ million investment, WMChealth and BSCHS will transform Bon Secours Community Hospital and the Port Jervis area with an expanded emergency room, updated imaging center and conversion of 36 medical/surgical rooms from semi-private to private for increased patient comfort and privacy. Additionally, working with local partners, BSCHS will become the centerpiece of a medical village that will bring together services key in nurturing a healthier community. Through this agreement, Philips is expected to have a key role in the redevelopment and renovation of Bon Secours Community Hospital.