Hospital telehealth

Transforming care delivery where it matters most

Why Philips for hospital telehealth solutions 

Powered by industry-leading clinical algorithms, patented processes, a dedicated care team and clinical expertise, Philips inpatient telehealth programs ensure you have the technology, tools and support you need to improve the quality of care in every unit of the hospital, while driving down your overall costs.

 

Our programs for intensive care, medical/surgical, skilled nursing and specialist consultation in the emergency department enable clinically-driven, best-in-class, connected care that helps improve outcomes¹, lowers costs² and delivers results that matter to the health system, clinician and patient.

To learn more about Philips enterprise telehealth services, please click below.  

Play video
Philips telehealth programs at use in the hospital and there impact on clinical outcomes, financial value, and access to care.

Programs

Intensive care

eICU program

Reduce mortality¹, length-of-stay¹ and costs² for patients in the ICU.

Medical/Surgical

eAcute program

Expand telehealth-enabled care models to the medical and surgical units.

Sepsis management  

eSepsis program

 

Expand sepsis management across the hospital.

Emergency department

eConsultant program

 

Bring remote clinical specialists, including telestroke and telepsych, promptly to the point of care.

Skilled nursing facilities

eConsultant – SNF program

 

Equip SNF teams with remote access to clinical expertise.

Enabling technologies

Technology-powered connected care

 

As a patient moves through the different units of a hospital, eCareManager keeps their information in a centralized database. It provides that their care teams—bedside and telehealth—always have access to the same, up-to-date information, so they can collaborate efficiently and effectively, every step of the way.

eCare manager

eCareManager

Analytics which drive evidence-based best practice


Philips eICU Research Institute (eRI) was established by Philips as a platform to advance the knowledge of critical care. The ERI database is a repository of anonymous data donated by member institutions and is instrumental in product development as well as a key enabler for critical research in the intensive care field.
Analytics which drive evidence-based best practice

Related offerings

  1. Lilly, CM, et al, A Multi-center Study of ICU Telemedicine Reengineering of Adult Critical Care, CHEST, December 2013
  2. Dahl D, et al. People, Technology, and Process Meet the Triple Aim. Nurs Admin Q. 2014 Jan-Mar; 38(1): 13–21.