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Ingenia 3.0T CX Cervical spine with Compressed SENSE - KNC
Koyasu Neurosurgical Clinic uses Compressed SENSE in their cervical spine protocol to shorten the total scanning of the ExamCard and keep virtually the same image quality.
MRIExamCard
By: Shiba, Katsuhiro, R.T.
On: Aug 21, 2018
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Ingenia 3.0T CX Lumbar spine with Compressed SENSE - KNC
Koyasu Neurosurgical Clinic uses Compressed SENSE in their lumbar spine protocol to shorten the total scanning of the ExamCard without sacrificing image quality.
MRIExamCard
By: Shiba, Katsuhiro, R.T.
On: Aug 14, 2018
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Views: 756
Ingenia 3.0T CX Brain with Compressed SENSE - KNC
Koyasu Neurosurgical Clinic used Compressed SENSE in their routine brain protocol to shorten the total scanning time of the ExamCard without sacrificing image quality. In addition, high resolution SWIp is now used instead of a 2D T2* FFE sequence.
MRIExamCard
By: Shiba, Katsuhiro, R.T.
On: Aug 06, 2018
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Views: 958
A walk through PerformanceBridge software
PerformanceBridge Solutions empower hospitals with a flexible suite of services to support continuous improvement, providing a path to help find and maximize opportunities to do more with less while maintaining a focus on patient care.
MRICTClinical News
By: Philips CT Marketing
On: Jul 26, 2017
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Views: 509
Aiming for Zero
Philips has introduced its Aiming for Zero campaign, which aims to reduce unplanned downtime of your systems and maximize your productivity to help increase the amount of patient care you provide.
Business News
By: Philips CT Marketing
On: Oct 02, 2016
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Views: 2852
Improving operations to streamline radiology workflow
Learn how Philips Healthcare Transformation Services helped Lowell General improve CT workflow and streamlined daily processes, leading to increased patient throughput and higher staff productivity.
Case Study
By: Philips CT Marketing
On: Jan 07, 2016
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Views: 1841
Elkerliek achieves major improvements in patient throughput
After installing Ingenia 1.5T Elkerliek Hospital evaluated its procedures and made plans to improve efficiency. The MRI unit is now seeing increased patient throughput and a reduction in patient waiting time, with further improvements expected in the future.
MRIBest Practice
By: Hertenberg, Helma, M.Sc.
On: Sep 17, 2013
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Views: 3055
Ingenia 3.0T combines high quality imaging with productivity
Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Brüder (Trier, Germany) sees increased efficiency and excellent spine and MRA exams. Daily monitoring of the scanner’s utilization helps the department run smoothly and boosts patient throughput.
MRIBest Practice
By: Busch, Hans-Peter, M.D.
On: Apr 12, 2012
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Views: 1601
Reducing examination waiting time and boosting patient throughput
The MRCT diagnostic institute in Klagenfurt is keen to ensure the highest possible examination throughput on their Achieva system, both to recoup their investment and keep the waiting list under control. A Kaizen Event with Philips Utilization Services helped them achieve that.
Case Study
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Nov 16, 2010
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Views: 5663
Utilization Services helps to cut exam waiting time at Catharina
The Catharina Hospital is a large teaching hospital in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, which operates three Philips MRI scanners. With the help of Philips’ Utilization Services, the department achieved significant improvements in overall scanning efficiency and a major reduction in exam waiting time.
Case Study
By: MRI NetForum Team
On: Nov 16, 2010
Rating:
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Views: 5740

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