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    You’ve got a lot on the line, clinically and economically. Accelerate clinical efficiency with innovative echocardiography offerings that work harder to help care teams work smarter, before, during and after procedures.
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    The imperative to improve echocardiography workflow. Why now?

    More than ever, today’s new normal is challenging echocardiography departments to increase quality of care over more patients, and do it more efficiently.

    Work smarter—and collaborate with Philips.

    We are here for you, making it easy to achieve quality results more consistently with advanced visualization and quantification tools, automating repetitive tasks with AI and providing insightful information where and when it’s needed most.

    Explore our latest innovations in echocardiography

    Explore our latest innovations in echocardiography

    Peer to peer

    What others are saying — and doing

    Open dialogue and ongoing collaboration are critical for advancing echocardiography workflow. Learn more about what Children’s Hospital Colorado is experiencing by using Collaboration Live.

    Collaboration Live for tele-ultrasound
    That’s the fantastic part about Collaboration Live: I can be in the lab reading studies and then helping the surgeons when they want to talk to me at the same time prior to their surgery.”

    Dr. Pei-Ni Jone

    Professor of Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology Children’s Hospital Colorado, University of Colorado School of Medicine Aurora, Colorado, USA

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    Spotlight on: Heart failure

    Smarter paths to improved patient care

    New developments in AI and advanced automation, combined with intelligent information management, are making it easy to assess heart function with echocardiography. Three leading physicians explain how.
    The estimated current worldwide prevalence of heart failure is 64.3 million cases, with an economic burden of $346.16 billion.1 Clearly, new answers are needed.
    1 Lippe G, Sanchis-Gomar F. Global epidemiology and future trends of heart failure. AME Med J. 2020;5:15.

    Workflow innovations

    Process-based. People-driven.

    See how Philips intelligence is enabling care teams to work with enhanced efficiency throughout echocardiography from the time a physician orders the exam to study completion, billing and referral.

    Streamline cross-functional workflow and collaboration among care givers

    A single point of access to images and information anytime and virtually anywhere. Perform comprehensive analysis, quantification and reporting for fast, informed decision making.
    Streamline efficiency with interoperable access to a variety of advanced clinical tool and applications from a single location.
    Decrease deployment costs and save time while interfacing to existing systems through our zero footprint technology and interoperability.

    Join the conversation

    Stay on top of what’s happening in cardiac diagnostics by partnering with Philips. You’ll find a host of useful resources to keep you up to date.

    Roberto Lang headshot
    Dr. Roberto Lang, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois USA
    Cardiac implications of COVID-19
    Automated strain tools can simplify assessment of right ventricular function, impacting care pathways of patients with COVID-19.
    Teresa Lopez headshot
    Dr. Teresa Lopez-Fernandez, La Paz University Hospital, Madrid, Spain
    Using advanced ultrasound tools to assess CTRCD
    Time-consuming methods are overcome by applying Philips Anatomically Intelligent Ultrasound (AIUS) to cardiotoxicity prevention.
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    Dr. Pei-Ni Jone. Children’s Hospital Colorado. Aurora, Colorado
    Expanding access to expertise in echocardiography
    Collaboration Live allows physicians to review images and provide guidance in real time without being physically present.
    Technology to improve diagnosis and care for cardiac patients
    Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, Baptist Health South Florida, Miami, Florida USA
    Partnering in data-driven innovation
    Making data transparent to everyone and creating an environment where they can discuss the findings helps build strong teams.
    Alex Lee headshot
    Professor Alex Lee, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong, China
    Photorealistic imaging in 3D echocardiography
    A virtual light source highlights structures and facilitates depth perception for enhanced interpretation of heart disease images.

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