HealthSuite, supported by salesforce.com, is an open, cloud-based platform, which collects, compiles and analyzes clinical and other data from multiple devices and sources. So care can be more personalized and people more empowered in their own health, wellbeing and lifestyle. Two clinical applications are the results, such as: Philips eCareCoordinator Philips eCareCompanion
These Care collaboration applications will allow the care team to monitor patients with chronic conditions in their homes and will facilitate Philips’ Hospital to Home clinical programs, such as Banner iCare™
Collaborating with salesforce.com, Philips has a tremendous opportunity to reshape and optimize the way healthcare is delivered and provide better access to data across the continuum of care.”
Many patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and other neurodegenerative conditions live every day with a frustrating inability to do small, everyday tasks, such as turning on the lights, changing the volume on the TV, or even communicating with their friends and loved ones.
a first-ever proof of concept demonstrates how wearable technology and consumer products can be brought together with digital innovations to let a person with no mobility control their environment using brain commands, via a custom-built tablet application and wearable display interface. This proof of concept demonstrates the potential to improve the quality oflife for ALS patients – or any person with limited muscle and speech function– by giving them the ability to interact, communicate and issue commands without moving their body or using their voice.
How it works Philips teamed up with Accenture, a global management consulting, technology services andout sourcing company; Emotiv, a neuroengineering company, and Fjord, a service design consultancy that is part of Accenture Interactive; to connect and control Philips Hue Lighting, SmartTV and Lifeline Medical Alert Service products.
User sends brain commands Using their thoughts or other simple facial movements, a person can send brain commands through the Emotiv headset’s EEG (Electroencephalography) or EMG (Electromyography) sensors.
Wearable display shows navigation interface The user navigates the interface in their field of vision through the wearable display, scrolling through the navigation and selecting an action by thinking simple commands, such as “down” or “left.”
Digital application reads commands and connects devices Brain commands received from the Emotiv headset are processed through the Accenture and Philips digital application to control the interface and connect Philips Smart products.
Smart products are activated Connected to the application, a user can turn on a Philips light or television, or call for medical help, just by using their thoughts.
BlueTouch: To stimulate body’s natural healing process. eCareCoordinator: A clinical Application Devices and softwares for Chronic Diseases IntelliSpace Cardiovascular: Improving patient care in cardiovascular. Ingenia 1.5T S: Enhancing patient’s experience. DoseWise Portal: Radiation dose management system.
Robotic Check-Ups/Droids From touch screen tablets for patients to interactive art, colourful MRI suites and delivery droids which ferry meals, rubbish and pharmaceutical supplies, a children's hospital in San Francisco is aiming to provide a high tech and innovative experience to healthcare
TELE MEDICINE SYSTEM The device is a mobile cart with a two-way video screen and medical monitoring equipment, programmed to maneuver through the busy halls of a hospital.
PEEK smartphone app- uses the smartphone’s camera and flash to scan inside the eye and diagnose cataracts within 30 seconds.
Google contact lenses- Boffins in Google’s research and development team have partnered with Novartis to develop a smart contact lens to measure glucose levels in the tears of diabetic patients, thereby removing the need for painful blood tests. It sends information to the user’s smartphone and tells them how they’re doing. The team are also looking to expand the technology to help those suffering from vision loss
The cardiovascular care field, like the healthcare industry overall, is undergoing a digital, personal-health revolution to meet the increasing burden of chronic health conditions, such as cardiovascular disease. Specifically, there’s a move toward the consumerization and personalization of the clinician/patient management relationship to enable more efficient diagnosis and treatment and empower patients to take a more active role in their own health. At the same time, there is a shift toward interoperability and collaboration through the use of cloud-based data platforms that increase efficiency to cut costs and deliver high-quality care to more patients.
Philips started the "Fabric of Africa" program in Cape Town, as part of a larger "Quality Improvement" initiative. A pilot program was designed to investigate challenges and requirements in urban hospitals, in order to make more informed and educated plans for rural demands. Their main aim was to reduce the rate of NCD's (Non Communicable diseases) They created a "Step Down Unit" or the Emergency Obstetric Newborn Care Unit (EmONC) to manage high risk pregnancies and critical conditions. Conducted intensive monitoring of mothers and unborn babies. Out of 800 mothers admitted to the EmONC, 535 participated in a survey. Results show a decreased mortality rate from 6% to 0% in 8 weeks. This rate has been constant for the entire year.
Philips jave their own news center They provide us with the latest news and updates Also about innovation and also updates of the shareholders and investors
For doctors who already have the machines There they can do dicussions and follow webimanrs
Include the no. of followers for fb as well
They use fb to inform targeted customers about the latest researches on the healthcare to inform the conferences and congresses. And also reviewing the products
Recruitment For current researches
Relevant status updates increase engagement 106% increase in engagement by followers
Add the no. of followers they have on youtube
Socialcast: an enterprise platform, which employees can log on to find information faster, exchange ideas, and ask questions.
Memebers increased from 400 to 7000
philips group 9: presentation 4
Overview of the company
Global Production, Distribution and Marketing
Global HRM, Procurement, Financial Management and
Everything starts from research
Supported by in-depth research, detailed analytics and
Combined with direct customer input Philips arrive at
solutions that are designed to overcome real-world
obstacles to delivering better patient care.
Google Glass IntelliVue
ALS mind control
Remote Patient Monitoring
Google Glass IntelliVue
Connecting Google glass and Philips monitoring devices
so doctors can check patient data through voice
commands rather than using their hands.
Allows doctors to view vitals, read checklists, confirm
appointments, voice-control specific systems,
teleconference with their peers across the globe and
manage their schedules with improved efficiency and
ALS Mind Control
A first-ever proof of such a concept
Let a person with no mobility control their environment
using brain commands.
Demonstrates the potential to improve the quality of life
for ALS patients
Give them the ability to interact, communicate and issue
commands without moving their body or using their
ALS Mind Control - Working
User send brain commands
Wearable display shows
Digital application reads
commands and connects devices Smart products are activated
Designed to provide crystal clear images
Small light weight portable system attachable to a
Use built-in WIFI for DITCOM data transfers to hospitals
Use cloud PACS to share and storing images
Battery life of over 2.5 hours of back to back scanning
Features SonoCT, XRES, AutoSCAN, Tissue Harmonic
Possibly Disruptive in Future
To stimulate body’s natural healing process
Radiation dose management system
A clinical Application
Devices and softwares for Chronic Diseases
Improving patient care in cardiovascular
Ingenia 1.5T S
Enhancing patient’s experience
Disruptive Technology by
Mobile cart programmed to maneuver through the busy
halls of a hospital
PEEK Smartphone App
Uses the smartphone’s camera and flash to scan inside the eye and
diagnose cataracts within 30 seconds.
Google Contact Lenses
Measure glucose levels in the tears of diabetic patients
Delivery Droids that ferry pharmaceutical supplies
R&D for Future Technologies
Big Data Visualisation Hackathon
To enhance and create ideas for innovation
To acquire, analyze and process data
"Fabric of Africa”
Quality Improvement initiative.
Conducted intensive monitoring of mothers and unborn
Results show a decreased mortality rate from 6% to 0% in 8
Stress releasing machine
Apps updating with maintenance of their devices
Use of Social Media
Philips Healthcare has a great exposure of
social media but before they started using
social media, they introduced ‘The social
media policy and principles’ for social media.
Philips have their own News
Provide with latest news
Keep updating about
Provides news for
shareholders and investors
For doctors who are already
using the Philips’ machines
They can do discussions and
They use twitter to inform
targeted customers about the
latest researches on the
healthcare and to inform
about the conferences and
They have 269,000 followers