Philips debuts AI-enabled, automated Radiology Workflow Suite at RSNA 2020

November 24, 2020 Integrated, data-driven radiology workflow solutions are front and center in Philips’ virtual RSNA experience, connecting people, data and technology to advance precision diagnosis into clear care pathways and predictable outcomes Philips Smart diagnostic systems empower patients and staff with more definitive diagnostic and interventional radiology studies, optimized workflows, enhanced efficiency and operational […]

Philips introduces industry-first vendor-neutral Radiology Operations Command Center at RSNA 2020

November 24, 2020 New multimodality virtual imaging command center enables real-time, remote collaboration to broaden expertise between technologists, radiologists and imaging operations teams across multiple sites via private, secure telepresence capabilities Proprietary digital technology developed by Philips helps maintain business continuity, increase enterprise-wide radiology productivity, minimize issues with image quality, and expand access to advanced […]

Minister Thavorn urges Thai police to get tough with Progressive Movement leaders

Deputy Transport Minister Thavorn Senneam is urging the police and security officials to take legal action against Progressive Movement leaders Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and Dr. Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, accusing both of them of pulling the strings behind the current anti-establishment protests and seeking sweeping reforms of the Monarchy. Mr. Thavorn, who is also the Democrat Party’s MP […]

Justice Minister admits substance seized in Chachoengsao is not Ketamine

Thailand’s Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin admitted today that authorities have not found any Ketamine in the approximately 11.5 tonnes of materials seized from a warehouse in Chachoengsao province on November 12th. Scientists from the Justice Ministry and forensic experts tested samples, taken from 50 of the 457 sacks, and quickly concluded that they contained Ketamine, […]

About 900,000 university graduates are likely to be jobless

Almost a million Thai university graduates, including about 500,000 who are due to graduate next year, are likely to be unemployed, due to economic contraction as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Thanit Sorat, vice president of the Council of Thai Trade and Industrial Employers and Operators. He predicts that the Thai […]