Philips announces Fourth Quarter and Annual results 2015
Philips showcases innovations that will shape the future of healthcare at the Innovation Experience 2016
Aug 23, 2016 - Around the globe, disruption, innovation, and the rapid pace of technological development is reshaping consumer experience, as well as the operating environment for organisations of all sizes and within every industry. The healthcare industry is no exception. Today, technological and business innovation is empowering companies and healthcare professionals to deliver medication, treatment, as well as more effective care to patients quicker and more efficiently resulting in better care that is accessible to many more people than ever before.
Cost is a significant barrier to healthcare in South Africa reveals the first Future Health Index released by Philips
Jul 12, 2016 - Johannesburg, South Africa – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) today released the South Africa results of the first edition of its Future Health Index (FHI), an extensive international study which explores how countries around the world are positioned to meet long-term global health challenges through integration of health systems and adoption of connected care technologies.
Inside Innovation - LEDs and horticulture: a recipe for success
May 06, 2014 - How do we feed an increasingly urbanized world without damaging the planet? Flexible, controllable and energy-efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have huge potential to help address this challenge.
Inside Innovation – Experience Flows
Mar 17, 2014 - Understanding people may not sound like rocket science. But it’s one of the hardest and most rewarding challenges of an innovation team.
Inside Innovation - hue
Feb 12, 2014 - Forget having just one light bulb moment. The team behind Philips hue had dozens on their journey to creating one of the company’s most talked about recent innovations.
Inside Innovation - Automated Colposcopy
Feb 11, 2014 - Cancer of the cervix can be successfully treated if it is diagnosed and treated early. But in Indiaeight women die from cervical cancer every hour. Too often the cancer is diagnosed at an advanced stage due to the lack of a national screening program and limited access to healthcare for large proportions of the rural population.
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