Philips signs 7-year agreement with Indonesian hospital

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

October 20, 2020 -- Philips Healthcare parent Royal Philips and Mandaya Royal Hospital Puri in Jakarta have signed a seven-year strategic partnership agreement that includes imaging and image-guided therapy technologies, integrated informatics, and connected monitoring software.

The Mandaya Royal Hospital Puri will open early next year and will have more than 350 beds, six operating theaters, over 100 outpatient examination rooms, three medical centers consisting of a cardiovascular center, an advanced oncology center, a neuroscience center, and 14 specialist clinics. It is intended to be a national referral hospital for the entire Indonesian archipelago, according to a press release.

Philips will install its image-guided therapy system Azurion, its Ingenia Ambition MR scanner, IQon Spectral CT system, IntelliBridge Enterprise software, and Vue PACS along with the clinical decision-support system IntelliSpace Critical Care and Anesthesia, and patient monitoring and workflow software IntelliVue Guardian.


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