Philips introduces next-generation digital pathology suite – IntelliSite
Philips Digital Pathology Suite
Philips pathology scanner
October 15, 2021
The solution offers high-quality imaging with multi-site and multidisciplinary interoperability, artificial intelligence and laboratory information system integration, improving diagnostic confidence
Scalable Image Management System Meets the Needs of All Levels of Pathology Imaging
Amsterdam, Netherlands – Philips Royal (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in healthcare technology, today announced the launch of its next-generation digital pathology solution, placing digital pathology at the heart of healthcare IT at the ‘company wide. Philips Digital Pathology Suite – IntelliSite – offers a comprehensive and scalable suite of software tools and features designed to help streamline workflows, improve diagnostic confidence, facilitate team collaboration, integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and increase the efficiency of pathology laboratories.
Philips Digital Pathology Suite offers a range of solutions designed for different use cases with an affordable cost of ownership. From low-volume “ray” labs or small independent labs, where small batches of slides are continuously processed and scanned, to medium and large labs operating high-volume batch workflows. The equipment is also pre-equipped for scanning multilayer slides. Images are captured in a centralized computing platform that has been optimized around pathologist workflows, integrating with leading third-party AI tools and algorithms with the goal of further reducing lab costs and improving performance. diagnostic capabilities.
“Built-in diagnostic capabilities are the cornerstone of accurate diagnosis and selection of personalized care pathways for oncology patients, and only when data and specialties work together in harmony does the ultimate promise. care can be achieved, ”said Louis Culot, general manager of oncology informatics at Philips. “This is why bringing together several elements of the healthcare continuum – such as radiology, pathology and genomics – is the key to a new paradigm of diagnostic precision. By providing pathologists with the interoperability and connectivity to share With high-quality images and diagnostic information across networks, Philips Digital Pathology Suite positions them as key players in data-driven health systems of the future.
Digital Pathology Suite includes a range of three pathology slide scanners, as well as Pathology Workspace – Image Management System – a comprehensive set of software tools and capabilities that encompass all steps of the digital pathology process, including an advanced system for image management, two-way interoperability in laboratory information systems and a case viewer that facilitates multidisciplinary case reviews and selection of care pathways. Diagnostic confidence is enhanced by superb image quality and advanced algorithms, such as automatic detection of tissue shape and non-rectangular optimization of regions of interest. Vendor-independent data interoperability also makes it easy to share patient-centric histology data between companies and between sites.
“MEDIPATH focuses on accelerating the pathology pathology increased by the digitization of slides on all our technical platforms. We are very excited to take advantage of the new digital pathology suite from Philips, including the SG300 pathology scanner and pathology workspace with anonymization tools, for each of our sites, ”said Stéphane Rossat , director of innovation, science and project management at MEDIPATH, a French pathology group with a network of 11 technical laboratories. “From the first days of installation, the solution is already easy to use, with images generated more quickly, while the quality and sharpness of the images produced are felt to be superior. Philips Digital Pathology Suite is the solution our organization needs to expand our digital pathology capabilities and enable our transformation . “
Intelligence and automation integrated into intelligent diagnostic systems
Precision medicine has increased the volume and complexity of workloads as pathology laboratories around the world face a shortage of qualified personnel. In cancer diagnosis and staging, pathological information is combined with data from multiple disciplines, including radiology, pathology, and genomics, to provide the diagnostic accuracy required for highly personalized care. There is an urgent need for solutions that combine operational efficiency, teamwork, expertise sharing and enterprise-wide IT to make the most of the human resources of a pathology laboratory.
Through breakthrough innovations and partnerships, Philips is integrating intelligence and automation into its precision diagnostic portfolio, including intelligent diagnostic systems, integrated workflow solutions with the goal of transforming departmental operations, advanced informatics that improve diagnostic confidence; and care journey solutions that allow healthcare professionals to personalize treatment to individual patients. By developing and integrating AI-powered applications, the company aims to improve the ability to turn data into actionable insight and drive the right care in the right sequence at the right time.
Philips Digital Pathology Suite is presented at Pathology Visions 2021 event (October 17-19, Las Vegas, United States). To follow @PhilipsLiveFrom for updates on Philips’ participation in the event, and visit Philips digital pathology for more information.
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Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a leading healthcare technology company focused on improving the health and well-being of people and achieving better results in the The entire health continuum, from a healthy lifestyle to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips leverages cutting-edge technology and in-depth clinical and consumer information to deliver integrated solutions. Based in the Netherlands, the company is a leader in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as in consumer health and home care. Philips generated sales of 17.3 billion euros in 2020 and employs around 77,000 people with sales and services in more than 100 countries. You can find news about Philips at www.philips.com/newscenter.