“By integrating all of the steps in the radiotherapy department’s workflow into one platform, IntelliSpace Radiation Oncology is designed to improve communication and harmonize ways of working across clinical teams, improving the consistency of care they provide,” said Ardie Ermers, General Manager Radiation Oncology, Philips. “Each step of the patient’s journey is captured, providing a strong basis for automating workflows, enhancing efficiency and operational excellence.”
IntelliSpace Radiation Oncology is flexible and can be customized to the specific needs of a department and each clinician. It is an open, vendor-agnostic platform designed to provide comprehensive interoperability across the hospital IT environment.
To support healthcare providers in capitalizing on the insights and workflow improvement opportunities presented by the platform, Philips is also launching Radiation Oncology Practice Management . This consultancy service will support radiotherapy departments in identifying and acting on data-driven insights to achieve operational excellence.
IntelliSpace Radiation Oncology is the latest addition to Philips’ renewed suite of radiation oncology systems and software. On show for the first time at ESTRO, the new portfolio includes Pinnacle Evolution treatment planning software, Big Bore RT, a dedicated oncology CT simulator, and the Ingenia Elition 3.0T MR-RT and Ambition 1.5T MR-RT systems.
At the show Philips also announced that it plans to expand its leading MR-only radiotherapy simulation portfolio with MRCAT brain . Based on a single, fast MR scan and leveraging AI, Philips’ MRCAT brain will be designed to automatically generate CT-like density information on the MR console. Philips’ MR-only simulation technology, which also includes MRCAT pelvis and prostate, enables clinicians to rely on a single imaging modality by providing both MR’s superior soft-tissue contrast for delineation and density information for dose calculations.