Advanced Philips CT systems support precision diagnosis for the Capital Region of Denmark

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Advanced Philips CT systems support precision diagnosis for the Capital Region of Denmark

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | December 17, 2019 CT European News X-Ray
Philips and the Capital Region of Denmark have signed a significant agreement for Philips’ advanced IQon CT systems, supporting the delivery of a precision diagnosis for each patient and enabling the transition to a value-based care model.

Philips provides flexible and scalable enterprise imaging solutions that support hospitals and imaging centers seek to step up their performance by simultaneously improving the patient experience, health outcomes, and staff experience, while lowering the cost of care.

“The new scanners will be a clear improvement for patients in the Capital Region, supporting us in taking advantage of the diagnostic benefits associated with this new technology,” said Jens Brøndberg, regional capital procurement manager, Capital Region of Denmark. “The systems will contribute to a faster and better diagnosis for patients, which ultimately contributes to a better patient experience.”

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As a result of the agreement, 10 IQon CT systems will be installed at hospitals in Bispebjerg, Bornholm, Frederiksberg, Gentofte, Herlev, Hvidovre and Rigshospitalet. The IQon Spectral CT is the world’s first and only detector-based spectral CT, delivering multiple layers of retrospective data in a single, low-dose scan. This advanced technology combines with simplified workflows and strong clinical capabilities, empowering healthcare providers to provide a precision diagnosis, leading to targeted therapies with predictable outcomes.

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