“Philips is uniquely positioned to integrate and analyze clinical data across our own solutions and those from third parties, both inside and outside the hospital, to generate real-time actionable analytics, and proactive recommendations to help that patients are monitored 24/7 and timely transitioned to the most appropriate care setting,” said Jeroen Tas, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer at Philips. “Connected care is positively impacting patient care operations, and we look forward to teaming up with TeleTracking in this unique Command Center Summit to provide health systems with the insights and tools they need to impact the Quadruple Aim of improving patient outcomes, enhancing patient and staff experiences, and lowering the cost of care.”
“TeleTracking has spent nearly three decades studying and addressing the issues of inefficiency in healthcare, and we are very pleased to co-sponsor this event with Philips, an important collaborator in our efforts,” said Christopher Johnson, President of TeleTracking. “We have developed a state-of-the-art operating platform with a focus on providing the best possible experience for patients and caregivers, bringing visibility to underlying data that provides important hindsight into what has happened, so we can learn from it; insight into what is happening, so we can respond to it; and foresight into what will happen, so we can prepare for it.”
Philips has a leading position in patient monitoring (e.g. central patient monitoring), enterprise telehealth (e.g. the centralized tele-ICU), predictive analytics (e.g. for monitoring at-risk patients in their homes), and population health management (e.g. patient stratification and identification of at-risk patient groups). This expertise enables Philips to provide hospitals and health systems with Clinical Operations Center solutions for effectively managing patients across the health continuum. By helping to optimize admissions, in-hospital transfers, and back-to-home transfers based on each individual patient’s clinical needs, they enable hospitals and healthcare systems to better predict demand and match capacity. At the heart of Philips’ Clinical Operations Center approach are advanced data management and adaptive intelligence technologies that support efficient evidence-based decision making.