Royal Philips (NYSE:PHG) today said it launched its AI-enabled Precise Suite for its Incisive CT platform.
The Precise Suite delivers smart workflows from image acquisition through reporting with AI-enabled image reconstruction, automated patient positioning, motion-free cardiac image capture and real-time interventional guidance, according to the company. The artificial intelligence helps streamline and automate workflows to maximize image quality and reduce the number of re-scans needed to improve diagnostic confidence.
“With CT representing one of the most ubiquitous imaging modalities in modern medicine, AI-enabled enhancements such as Precise Suite that focus on diagnostic confidence and workflow improvement have huge potential to make a positive impact on the delivery of value-based healthcare,” GM of computed tomography Karim Boussebaa said in a news release. “Precise Suite drives end-to-end smart workflows from image acquisition through to reporting, as well as boosting speed, consistency, and diagnostic confidence.”
Precise Suite uses its Precise Position technology for automated patient positioning through an AI-enabled camera that is designed to increase positioning accuracy and user-to-user consistency. Its Precise Cardiac technology also has a zero-click technique designed to improve high heart rate cardiac imaging by compensating for cardiac motion. Precise Suite’s Precise Intervention provides automatic needle tracking and guidance to improve efficiency and confidence in CT-guided interventional procedures, according to Philips.