Enterprise Virtual Care

Connected, patient-centered care  across the health continuum

    Why Philips for enterprise virtual care solutions

    Philips Enterprise virtual care portfolio combines leading technology and data-driven population management with clinical expertise and a proven programmatic approach to deliver results. The new care models this approach provides help health care systems and clinicians meet the critical demands of creating capacity, improving access and saving lives.

    To learn more about Philips enterprise virtual care solutions, contact us today.

    Virtual Hospital

    Philips in-hospital Virtual Care programs support advanced care delivery models through a unique combination of technology, clinical expertise and support that enables improved clinical¹ and financial² outcomes.

    Virtual Home Care

    Philips Home Virtual Care programs provide daily connection for patients most at risk of hospital admissions and caregivers utilising technology and clinical process to expand access, improve outcomes and provide a better experience for patients.

    Enterprise Virtual Care allows you to scale across your population

    Enterprise Virtual Care scale
    Align your virtual care program 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 utilisation and improved clinician retention  
    • Scale your talented centralised virtual care resources across a growing number of settings and geographies throughout your region
    • Create scalable programs across your population for varying patient acuities
    • Standardise and reduce variability in care

    Philips Webinar: Creating capacity, improving access and saving live


    Learn how hospital health systems are managing care virtually with remote patient monitoring due to the impact of COVID-19.

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    Watch our one-hour webinar where Melinda Parcell and Shannon Wallis from West Moreton Health shared their four-year journey on implementing and delivering results from their MeCare Program.

     

    Caroline Langston and Franca Facci from Illawarra Shoalhaven LHD, together with Louise Fox and Netty Swinburne Mepham from Southern NSW LHD also outlined their joint vision and model of care planned for one of Australia's first Virtual Care Centre programs shared between both health systems.

     

    This series will explore:

    • The rationale for the adoption of virtual care programs underpinned with home remote patient monitoring

    • A practical look at the program structure and model of care for a sustainable end successful program

    • How to rapidly implement this capability in a crisis situation

    • Key considerations when implementing and operating these programs
    • An overview of COVID-19 protocols and programs being implemented
    • The opportunity to scale virtual care across your health system and community

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    Final CEE consent
    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.
    3. Ryan Spaulding, PhD , Medicaid HCBS/FE Home Telehealth Pilot, Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth University of Kansas Medical Center November 30, 2010
    4. Bashshur RL, et al. The Empirical Foundations of Telemedicine Interventions for Chronic Disease Management. Telemed and e-Health. 2014 Sept; 20(9):769-800.