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    COVID-19

    Products & services

    Questions? Contact your Philips representative or reach us via Servis.Operasyon@philips.com

    Tele-ICU & remote critical care of COVID-19 patients

    Philips is in a unique position to collaborate with your clinical teams to provide connected care for patients at any point in their critical care journey. Our portfolio of interoperable products developed with clinical teams worldwide offers solutions to your most pertinent critical care bottlenecks, leading to improved clinical* and financial outcomes.
    Care at patient bedside
    Acquire telehealth capabilities without implementing a full system with Philips Outreach Program for smaller organizations
     
    • Contact your services project manager or hospitaltohome@philips.com
    • Ask for support expanding capabilities, equipment or services
    • Increasing licenses
    • Facilitating capacity sharing across location
    • We are partnering with vendors to increase availability
    • We are working to enhance reporting and analytics in response to learning from Covid-19 situation
    Implement new or expand existing capabilities to respond or preempt a surge in patients
     
    • Contact your services project manager or email hospitaltohome@philips.com
    • Ask for support expanding capabilities, equipment or services
    • Increasing licenses
    • Facilitating capacity sharing across locations
    • We are partnering with vendors to increase availability
    • We are working to enhance reporting and analytics in response to learning from Covid-19 situation

    Bedside critical care in support of COVID-19

    Transform the way patients engage with services, improve the efficiency and coordination of care, and support people to manage their health and wellbeing.

    Philips IntelliSpace Critical Care and Anesthesia (ICCA) is an advanced clinical decision support and documentation solution. Specializing in the complex critical care environment, ICCA works with other documentation systems and features interoperability that supports patient documentation throughout the continuum of care.

    Tele-ICU programs to address COVID-19

    Synthesize patient data and translate it into meaningful information to help identify patients most at-risk at any given moment and allocate resources accordingly.

    Philips acute telehealth platforms combine people, process and technology to enable a co-located team of intensivists and critical care nurses to remotely monitor patients in the ICU regardless of patient location, helping to optimize care costs and enhance staff communication and collaboration.

    Tele-ICU programs including Philips eICU have demonstrated outcomes supporting health systems in reducing length of stay and mortality; increasing clinician oversight capabilities to the bedside; and targeting surge capacity, quarantine and virtual clinical oversight through telehealth-enabled clinical logistics response.

    We're with you

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    Organized to assist

     
    We've aligned our resources and capabilities to help provide care systems with expedited access to information and healthcare solutions to meet their patient care needs.
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    Actively adapting

     
    We're adapting and advancing our products and technologies to help address the complexities of the illness, patient populations and care conditions.
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    Creating connections

     
    We're leveraging our infrastructure and platforms to connect care teams and help care systems communicate as efficiently as possible as they navigate the preparation, response and recovery efforts.
    Please note: not all products are available in all geographies. Please check with your Philips representative or call us at 444 0 637 for complete portfolio availability.

    References

    * Lilly CM, Cody S, Zhao H, Landry K, Baker SP, McIlwaine J, et al. Hospital mortality, length of stay, and preventable complications among critically ill patients before and after tele-ICU reengineering of critical care processes. JAMA. 2011 Jun 1;305(21):2175–83.

    Lilly CM, Motzkus C, Rincon T, Cody SE, Landry K, Irwin RS. ICU Telemedicine Program Financial Outcomes. Chest. 2017 Feb 1;151(2):286–97.