Philips spotlights AI-driven, patient centric solutions for precision diagnosis and connected care at Arab Health
Royal Philips , a global leader in health technology, is showcasing its portfolio of AI-enabled, scalable, and smart connected solutions that are helping to build a more robust, agile, and sustainable healthcare system at Arab Health 2022, (24– 27 January 2022), Dubai.
The company’s new and enhanced AI-enabled solutions feature an integrated approach across the imaging and connected care enterprise focused on critical areas to help meet the challenges facing clinicians today.
Over the last two years – accelerated by the pandemic – countries across the Middle East and beyond have made investments in the infrastructure needed to enable easier and faster adoption and deployment of digital technologies. This, combined with the positive first-hand experience of a majority of healthcare practitioners in using telehealth and remote collaboration during the peak of COVID-19, as well as the emerging benefits of AI, and the shift towards predictive analytics and precision medicine, has established a solid foundation for continued digital transformation in the healthcare industry in the near term.
Philips’ solutions unveiled at Arab Health, highlight how to achieve winning workflows in radiology, enable a clear care pathway with predictable outcomes in oncology, make informed decisions in critical care, and have confidence in cardiac diagnoses and procedures, through leading technology introductions including:
Philips MR 5300
Philips is launching its new MR 5300 for customers in the META region at Arab Health. This innovative 1.5T MRI system simplifies and automates complex clinical and operational tasks with “helium-free for life” MR operations via the exclusive BlueSeal magnet, driving consistent quality and sustainability for outpatient imaging centers and MR departments. The MR 5300 uses AI-driven VitalEye touchless patient sensing and advanced algorithms to detect breathing – allowing a routine MR exam set-up to occur in less than a minute; improving the MR experience for patients who have difficulty in holding their breath thereby overcoming a legacy limitation of MR scans.