By staff writers
November 21, 2016

Philips Healthcare plans to introduce its DoseWise Portal 2.2 dose management software at RSNA 2016.

The software includes new enhanced customization features that integrate radiology data to reduce radiation risk for patients and staff, Philips said. The new version also features integration with Philips IntelliBridge Enterprise and IntelliSpace PACS technology for improved patient information access, streamlined workflow, and enhanced interoperability throughout hospital IT networks.

The features will help doctors to more easily interpret radiation doses by exam across modalities and to analyze cumulative radiation exposure, according to Philips.

DoseWise Portal 2.2 integrates with key Philips health IT systems in addition to third-party radiology dictation software to give radiologists more patient information and improved data capture for more informed decisions about dose management, the company added.

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