ANDOVER, Mass. – Royal Philips and Bon Secours Charity Health System have announced a multi-year strategic partnership that will improve health care delivery in New York’s Hudson Valley. The partnership will provide BSCHS with advanced medical technologies like imaging systems, patient monitoring, telehealth and clinical informatics solutions, and a comprehensive range of clinical and business solutions. “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,” said Dr. Mary Leahy, CEO of BSCHS, in a statement. The health system is a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, which entered into a 15-year, $500 million partnership with Philips in 2015. Through the new agreement, BSCHS will work with Philips to optimize standardization, workflow and medical technology deployment.
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