Accelerating digital innovation post COVID-19
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Trends dramatically shaping the future of healthcare

Overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a new reality and shown us that virtual care is vital and its potential enormous. It has forced us to rethink the traditional hospital concept, making it more decentralized, modular, responsive and able to address a crisis, while at the same time being able to continue with elective care. Instead of being a single fixed location, the hospital of the future will be a decentralized network with functions re-distributed across the community, or even made mobile.

With an increasing level of consciousness about the importance of personal health, important questions have arisen. How can we put AI to work to support consumers and care professionals? What does 'going digital' mean for the doctor-patient relationship and patient engagement?

Hear Jeroen Tas, Philips Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer, and Sean Carney, Philips Chief Design Officer, discuss these topics and more in a recent LinkedIn Live broadcast.


Artificial Intelligence helps turn data into fast and meaningful insights

"In my view, AI is really all about empowering the radiologist, the technologist, and the physician at every moment in the diagnostics journey."
by Kees Wesdorp, Chief Business Leader Precision Diagnosis, Philips

Having all relevant patient data at hand goes a long way toward precision diagnosis that guides the right treatment decisions at the right time – but data without intelligence can leave healthcare professionals even more overwhelmed.


Lessons from the trenches: What COVID-19 has shown us about imaging's value

by Chip Truwit, Chief Medical Officer for Precision Diagnosis, Philips

The last few months are full of lessons learned as hospitals have grappled with caring for an unprecedented number of patients with limited staff and using only the technology within grasp. Imaging is often pivotal in guiding patient care, and COVID-19 is serving to reinforce widespread recognition of the value imaging offers in providing a confident diagnosis.


Philips AI Principles

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