Image Management System (IMS) aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your pathology lab. The open and scalable design offers optimal integration into your workflow and IT infrastructure environment. The IMS is part of the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution.
We offer scalable, tiered server/storage options that grow with you. IMS enables virtual networks across labs simply by adding new locations and users. The system easily interfaces with multiple LIS and a broad array of hardware. Choose from Performance Storage, Capacity Storage, or Long-Term Storage to suit your needs.
Versatile integration || KBA1
The IntelliSite IMS integrates well with your current image analysis software, and are developing connections to LIS and various Hospital Information Systems. And we’ve partnered with industry-leading algorithm providers to create a truly unified solution. Image export in TIFF form allows for easy dissemination across systems.
Multi-site harmonization || KBA1
IMS is a true enterprise solution. Multi-site setup (hub & spoke installation) is common. Multiple sites, each running its own instance of IMS, can access a central image repository. IntelliSite Pathology Solutions offers a ‘turnkey’ installation that includes hardware, software, web-services, and operator training. All backed by Philips service and support.
Server and Storage
Image Management System server and storage configuration with comprehensive integration, networking,security, audit trail, and archiving capabilities.
Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution is an automated digital pathology image creation, management and review system comprising of an ultra-fast scanner, an image management system and display including advanced features to manage the scanning, storage, presentation and sharing of information.
In the European Union, the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution is CE Marked under the European Union's 'In Vitro Diagnostics Directive' for in vitro diagnostic use.
In Canada, the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution is licensed by Health Canada for in vitro diagnostic use.
In the United States, the Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution can be used for in vitro diagnostic purposes.
The Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution is registered for in vitro diagnostic use in Singapore and Middle East.