Philips expands remote clinical collaboration offering based on Reacts platform

Royal Philips is expanding its remote clinical collaboration and virtual training offerings across its portfolio, building on the IIT (Innovative Imaging Technologies) Reacts collaborative platform. Using technologies such as augmented reality for remote virtual guidance, supervision and training, the platform provides interactive tools designed to meet the collaborative needs of healthcare professionals and patients.

“With Reacts’ unique interactive tools we can provide secure expert solutions and the training and support needed for clinicians to make definitive diagnostic decisions effectively and efficiently. This will enable us to accelerate our commitment to the patients we serve today as well as expanding access to imaging for new users and new use cases,” said business leader ultrasound Bich Le.

Picture: Reacts is integrated with the Lumify point-of-care ultrasound solution.

See the full report on page 19 of the August 2020 issue of RAD Magazine.

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