Royal Philips of the Netherlands is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips leverages advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions. The company is a leader in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as in personal health and home care.

Philips is the lead innovator in the LCIA test bed and has helped identify other innovators to provide bespoke  combinatorial solutions. Along with Philips own solutions, the role of system integrator will be taken to provide solution management for each patient cohort.

Philips will further contribute experience and consultancy around population health management. From other successful programs, Philips brings unique understanding and analytics capabilities of patient data to enable healthcare providers to improve clinical and financial outcomes.

Philips will be providing the Motiva system which includes:

  • Home diagnostic equipment, to empower patients to better understand their condition(s) and improve their ability to self-manage on a daily basis.
  • A platform for patient education; to help activate patients, motivate them to change their behaviours and recognise symptoms that need attention. This helps them remain independent and reduces the avoidable contact time between clinicians and their patients.
  • Alerting algorithms: this decision support software alerts the patient and their care team to readings or questionnaire responses that fall outside  recommended parameters.  This in turn allows proactive medical or lifestyle interventions to be considered. 

By providing equipment and education to support the elderly and frail to remain independent and active for longer, the intention is to help this population maintain good physical and mental health. By helping empower this patient group, the aim is to further reduce the number of consultations required between clinicians and their patients, reducing the cost of ongoing care , while leveraging scare workforce.

Case study 1: Bristol Community Health project

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Case Study 2: Liverpool CCG

A full report will be published in March and be made available via this website. However, over a realatively short period of time we have statistical data to show the benefits of a supported self care platform using Philips Motiva technology.

Measurable outcomes were analysed for a patient cohort with a greater than 25% risk of admission in the following year. In this group we saw:

  • 23% reduction in admissions
  • 20% reduction in cost (AE,OP,IP)
  • 18% reduction in visits (AE/OP)

Patient Reported Outcomes were also collected and below are the results from all patients.

  • 91% of patients feel more in control, have gained confidence and/or feel better able to cope with their long-term conditions.
  • 54% of users reported a decrease GP visits or community matron or hospital
  • 63% of users who report improved self-care also report reduced healthcare service use

Case study 3: Banner Health

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