Philips Launches Ultrasound Workspace at ACC 2022
by Express Systems
Friday 1st of April 2022
Philips enables seamless echocardiography workflows with the launch of Ultrasound Workspace at ACC 2022
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in healthcare technology, today announced the launch of Ultrasound Workspace at the American College of Cardiology's Annual Scientific Session & Expo (ACC 2022). Philips Ultrasound Workspace  is a leading industry-leading enterprise echocardiography imager and vendor reporting solution that can be accessed remotely by a browser. Physicians are now able to develop seamless diagnostic flow from the ultrasound examination room to the reporting room and beyond, wherever echocardiography data needs to be reviewed and analyzed.
By providing cardiologists with a consistent set of AI-driven image analysis and measurement tools, this next-generation echocardiography solution helps improve productivity and consistency while improving diagnostic quality. Access to archived asset data, combined with the cart merchant's neutral analysis capabilities, further improves the quantity of measurements across all echo labs in all areas.
With its new remote, browser-based accessibility, Philips Ultrasound Workspace is the first 2D / 3D echocardiography for viewing, analysis, and reporting system that extends advanced user information for Philips EPIQ CVx heart ultrasound system to multiple locations connected.
“With its new remote, browser-based accessibility, Philips Ultrasound Workspace is the first 2D / 3D ecosystem for echocardiography, analysis, and a high-profile user experience that expands the Philips' cardiac ultrasound system EPIQ CVx to multiple connected locations. , ”Said Jeff Cohen, General Manager of Ultrasound at Philips. "We have combined the power of AI with in-depth clinical knowledge to develop a comprehensive workflow solution for healthcare providers to help drive effective clinical decisions. With Ultrasound Workspace, our clients can discover a whole new world of echocardiography workflows to help improve the patient and staff experience."
Regardless of location , with Ultrasound Workpace, similar user interaction and AI-enabled image analysis tools and measurement tools are now accessible to help accelerate mass measurements as a left ventricular extraction component, increase diagnostic confidence, and improve viewers and intra-observer consistency. In addition to extending user information Philips ’Ultrasound System - EPIQ CVx - Ultrasound Workspace also has a vendor-specific application and data source capabilities.
"Philips has been instrumental in advancing the field of 3D echocardiography. Their software, continuously developed with input from physicians, has been a real help to the echo community in general," said Roberto M. Lang, MD, Director, Noninvasive. Cardiac Imaging Laboratories at the University of Chicago Medical Center, which has published numerous papers on the use of AI and machine learning in echocardiography.
Philips Ultrasound Workspace is a complete, scary, heart-pounding, analytical and reporting system that enables greater efficiency by giving care teams the ability to embrace workflow based on their individual needs. It uses AI to gain speed and diagnostic confidence and is able to analyze vendor-diagnostic data, provides flexible technical platform, flexible licenses for small to large organizations, and complete application support. It also incorporates quality assessment skills at the standards of the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) and the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). The Ultrasound Workplace can be distributed independently or integrated in-depth PACS and EMR echocardiography to study workflow.