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Philips Names Recipients of Its 2010 Impact Awards
Date:12/9/2010

ANDOVER, Mass., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHI) announced today the recipients of its 2010 Impact Awards for Enterprise Patient Informatics Solutions (EPIS). Impact Award recipients are selected annually by a panel of healthcare leaders from the eICU Research Institute to recognize the effective implementation of Philips EPIS solutions to impact the quality and cost of care delivery.

Presented at the company's annual EPIS Users Group meeting, the awards covered four categories: the eICU® Clinical Impact Award, the eICU Financial Impact Award, the Emergin Impact Award and the Intellivue Clinical Information Portfolio (ICIP) Impact Award. Also presented at the meeting was the Cindy Gregory eXcellence in Leadership Award, which is given annually to honor outstanding eICU operational leadership.

"All of the award nominees have made valuable contributions to patient care through their unique use of our solutions, and we are proud to honor them," explained Frank Sample, Vice President and General Manager of Philips EPIS.  "The award recipients serve as excellent examples of how to effectively apply healthcare information technology to improve outcomes and leverage scarce resources across an ever expanding population."

The award categories and recipients include:

eICU Clinical Impact Award – Inova Health System (Fairfax, VA)

The recipient of the eICU Clinical Impact Award, Inova Health System, demonstrated an effective care delivery model for enhancing public safety during mass casualty events through their presentation, "Emergency Response and Mobile Telemedicine: A Collaboration in Disaster Preparedness."  Success was evident in their expanded use of the eICU Program for triage and consultation which extended beyond an initial three hospital pilot to a nine hospital deployment as part of a Department o
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