Why Philips for enterprise telehealth solutions
Philips Enterprise telehealth portfolio combines leading technology and data-driven population management with clinical expertise and a proven programmatic approach. The new care models this approach provides help health care systems and clinicians meet the demands of the evolving, pay-for-value focused healthcare landscape.
To learn more about Philips enterprise telehealth services, please click below. Hospital telehealth
Philips’ in-hospital telehealth programs support advanced care delivery models through a unique combination of technology, clinical expertise and support that enables improved clinical1 and financial² outcomes.
Philips ambulatory telehealth programs provide daily connection between post-acute caregivers and patients, utilizing technology and clinical process to expand access, improve outcomes and provide a better experience for patients.
Holistic operating model Holistic operating model A blueprint for success
Our technologies and programs work together to help make healthcare systems more efficient. This holistic model fosters care team collaboration and helps clinicians provide better care¹ at lower costs² while keeping patients engaged³ in their recovery.
A customized implementation blueprint and program support model are optimized for the individual needs of your organization Patient monitoring and analytics tools help you identify patients most at-risk and prioritize care so your team can be focused on having the greatest clinical impact. Sophisticated software platforms connect members of your team around the care of the patient, enabling them to deliver personalized care plans.
Clinical expertise Clinical expertise Clinical insight embedded at every step
Philips clinical expertise is embedded in every aspect of our telehealth programs from solution design and development through on-site support, implementation and training teams.
A team of clinical specialists assesses the needs of your organization and helps optimize each program for your care setting; and guides your clinical team through implementation and training. Clinical data inform the algorithms embedded in our technology and are used to adjust program pathways.
Leading technology Leading technology Two foundational platforms
The enterprise telehealth suite is powered by two robust, FDA-cleared platforms, eCareManager for in-patient care and eCareCoordinator for ambulatory care. These sophisticated platforms unite clinical programs and move content seamlessly between relevant programs, throughout the continuum of care. Outcomes Outcomes Positive outcomes across the continuum of care
Telehealth programs help streamline clinical workflow; and can help lead to lower mortality, shorter length of stay, fewer hospital readmissions and potentially lower long-term healthcare costs.¹,⁴
Telehealth enables better patient outcomes at lower costs and operational benefits, including:
Ambulatory care teams can help patients remain healthy at home, reducing readmissions and ED visits; and lowering costs.³ Inpatient care teams can reduce mortality and falls, while simultaneously shortening length of stay. Lower mortality risk – patients were 26% more likely to survive the ICU; 16% more likely to survive the hospital overall.¹ Faster discharged from the ICU and hospital overall.³ Faster response to clinical alerts and alarms and increased adherence to ICU best practices, improving effectiveness and productivity.³ Facilitating patient education and remotely monitoring patients at home keeps patients better informed and involved in their treatment plans.³ Support and access Support and access Transition to telehealth your way
Philips modular approach to enterprise telehealth and support services enable care systems to transition to a telehealth care delivery model and scale their programs using an implementation plan and pace that works for their specific needs.
For hospitals with fewer than 50 ICU beds, Philips enables access to an extensive range of telehealth capabilities through our Telehealth Outreach Program.
Enterprise telehealth allows you to scale
Align your telehealth implementation with your care delivery and operational needs today, while establishing an infrastructure that allows you to scale your programs as your priorities evolve.
Monitor a range of patients across the care continuum Provide the same level of care regardless of patient location Use advanced clinical data throughout a patient’s care pathway to help detect critical issues earlier Achieve outcomes that may include lower costs², decreased utilization and improved clinician retention
Scale your talented, centralized telehealth resources across a growing number of settings and geographies throughout your markets Negotiate at scale with payers, utilizing consistent contractual approaches across telehealth programs Develop consistent telemedicine clinical criteria and scheduling standards Standardize telemedicine coding/bill processes and reporting
Lilly, CM, et al, A Multi-center Study of ICU Telemedicine Reengineering of Adult Critical Care, CHEST, December 2013 Dahl D, et al. People, Technology, and Process Meet the Triple Aim. Nurs Admin Q. 2014 Jan-Mar; 38(1): 13–21. Ryan Spaulding, PhD , Medicaid HCBS/FE Home Telehealth Pilot, Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth University of Kansas Medical Center November 30, 2010 Bashshur RL, et al. The Empirical Foundations of Telemedicine Interventions for Chronic Disease Management. Telemed and e-Health. 2014 Sept; 20(9):769-800.
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