Royal Philips and Bon Secours Charity Health System (BSCHS) have inked a strategic, multi-year deal for population health. The agreement will make Philips technologies—particularly imaging systems—available to BSCHS in support of their goal to transform the delivery of healthcare to the residents of New York’s Hudson Valley.
The partnership, which is based on an enterprise managed services model, will provide BSCHS with advanced medical technologies such as imaging systems, patient monitoring, telehealth, and clinical informatics solutions and a comprehensive range of clinical and business consulting services.
Additionally, the collaboration will help BSCHS deliver on its mission of being a leading provider of community health services in the Hudson Valley, with a focus on redefining how quality care is delivered in areas such as radiology, cardiology, neurology, and pediatrics.
“By collaborating with partners like Philips, we can go beyond providing diagnosis and treatment and work on proactive health management such as healthy living and prevention, building health in our communities,” says Bon Secours Charity Health System CEO Mary Leahy, MD. “Together, we can transform healthcare, creating integrated solutions and patient care models, while providing exceptional, compassionate care for all those we serve.”
The partnership between Philips and BSCHS builds on the existing 15-year, $500 million relationship between Philips and Westchester Medical Center Health Network, which started in 2015. Through the agreement, BSCHS will work with Philips to optimize standardization, workflow, and medical technology deployment.
For more information about this deal, visit Royal Philips.