Amsterdam-based Philips designed the Ultrasound Workspace system for clinicians to access it remotely via browser, allowing them to leverage diagnostic workflows from the ultrasound exam room to the reporting room and beyond to wherever echocardiography data needs to be reviewed and analyzed.
The company said in a news release that the Ultrasound Workspace provides a consistent set of on-and-off-cart, AI-driven image analysis and quantification tools, improving productivity and consistency while enhancing diagnostic quality. The platform leverages AI for speed and diagnostic confidence with the ability to analyze vendor-agnostic data.
Philips added that Ultrasound Workspace represents a holistic, scalable system for analysis and reporting and offers greater flexibility for adopting workflows based on the individual needs of patients and care teams.
“With its new remote, browser-based accessibility, Philips Ultrasound Workspace is the first advanced vendor-neutral 2D/3D echocardiography viewing, analysis, and reporting system that extends the superior user experience of Philips’ cardiac ultrasound system EPIQ CVx into multiple connected environments,” Philips GM of Ultrasound Jeff Cohen said in the release. “We have combined the power of AI with deep clinical knowledge to create a solution that integrates into the workflows of healthcare providers to help drive efficient clinical decision-making. With Ultrasound Workspace, our customers can experience a whole new world of echocardiography workflow to help improve both the patient and staff experience.”