Dutch health tech company Philips announces new digital pathology platform
The platform features scalable software tools created to streamline workflows, enhance diagnostic confidence, facilitate collaboration, integrate AI, and increase the efficiency of pathology labs.
IntelliSite is suitable for any size of labs with its ability to conduct multi-layer slide scanning. It also optimises pathology workflows by integrating into laboratory information systems and with its image management system that allows for multidisciplinary case reviews.
Additionally, Philips has included “superb image quality and advanced algorithms” that assist pathologists in diagnosing and producing care pathways.
“Integrated diagnostic capabilities are a cornerstone to a precise diagnosis and personalized care pathway selection for oncology patients and only when data and specialties work together in harmony can the ultimate promise of care be realized,” Louis Culot, general manager of Oncology Informatics at Philips, said in a statement.
“That’s why bringing together multiple pieces of the healthcare continuum – like radiology, pathology and genomics – is the key to a new paradigm of diagnostic precision. By providing pathologists the interoperability and connectivity to share high-quality images and diagnostic insights across networks, Philips Digital Pathology Suite positions them as key stakeholders in the data-driven healthcare systems of the future.”
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