Amsterdam, the Netherlands-Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), the world’s leading health technology leader, today announced that with the release of new device drivers that support integration and interoperability, Philips capsule medical devices The Information Platform (MDIP) has exceeded the milestone of integration with more than 1,000 unique medical device models. Philips Capsule MDIP will be integrated into the Philips HealthSuite platform and is now installed in more than 3,000 medical institutions worldwide. Philips Capsule MDIP captures streaming clinical data and turns it into actionable insights for patient care management, aiming to improve collaboration between care teams, simplify clinical workflows, and increase productivity.
Since acquiring Capsule Technologies in early 2021, Philips has continued to expand its medical device connectivity by adding device drivers to the industry’s leading enterprise device integration platform. With these new device drivers, Philips Capsule MDIP can connect to various medical devices and access their data. Customers can connect more devices and systems, and use smart tools independent of the supplier to convert complex data into actionable Insights. Drivers are developed in cooperation with equipment manufacturer partners and developed in response to the requirements of various hospitals and health systems.
Elad Benjamin, General Manager of Philips Clinical Data Services, said: “The 1,000-plus device connection milestone proves that Philips Capsule MDIP can support the data digitization needs of today’s healthcare providers. “We are proud to continue to work with our customers to make more Many hospitals and systems have experienced the benefits of medical device data integration. ”
Without a vendor-neutral solution like Philips Capsule MDIP, hospitals may have to resort to customized medical device integration (MDI) solutions, and the development and implementation of such solutions can be expensive and time-consuming. Such proprietary solutions also often limit integration and interoperability options to a smaller range of technologies, systems, and vendors, resulting in the need to maintain and support multiple MDI systems. Philips Capsule MDIP eliminates the need for multiple MDI solutions by providing a comprehensive and scalable device integration platform.
Philips Capsule MDIP enables suppliers to use device data for electronic health record (EHR) documentation, clinical monitoring, decision support and research. The device data transmitted to the virtual ICU workstation can be processed and analyzed to detect emergency patient conditions and generate actionable alarms, helping to reduce alarm fatigue that may lead to clinician burnout. Caregivers who use decision support applications at the point of care can benefit from more comprehensive assessment information. Researchers can thoroughly test and verify the effectiveness of clinical methods, procedures, and treatments.
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and well-being, and in the entire health continuum from healthy living and prevention to diagnosis, treatment and home care Achieve better results in the body. Philips uses advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to provide integrated solutions. The company is headquartered in the Netherlands and is a leader in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as consumer health and home care. Philips has sales of 17.3 billion euros in 2020, has approximately 78,000 employees, and provides sales and services in more than 100 countries. For Philips news, please visit www.philips.com/newscenter.
Beijing Kelly Med Co.,Ltd is one of the leading professional manufacture for infusion , syringe and feeding pump in China since 1994 , welcome to inuqiry by kellysales086@kelly-med.com or whats app : 0086 17610880189

Post time: Nov-23-2021