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Philips receives overall ‘Best in KLAS’ award second year in a row

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MRI NetForum Team Philips Healthcare • Netherlands

Philips is awarded ‘Overall Performance Leader in Imaging Equipment’ again and Ingenia 1.5T and 3.0T MR systems also receive Best in KLAS product awards again.

The Best in KLAS award recognizes Philips as the overall performance leader in imaging equipment. The award, based on feedback collected from healthcare professionals worldwide, is further evidence that Philips achieves meaningful innovations that address clinical challenges and deliver improved care to patients.
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For a second year in a row Philips also received Best in KLAS awards for three imaging products, with exceptionally high customer scores:

The Philips Ingenia 1.5T and Ingenia 3.0T MR imaging systems were designed in collaboration with leading institutions and radiologists to drive clinical performance, while enhancing the patient and user experience and ensuring economic value. Ingenia 1.5T accelerates performance with digital clarity and speed* in order to improve diagnostic con dence, patient care and workflow, while Ingenia 3.0T is at the forefront of clinical excellence, providing quality MR imaging.


KLAS is a research firm on a global mission to improve healthcare delivery through industry research and reports.

Find more information on the award winning products via

2014 Best in KLAS Award: Medical Imaging & Infrastructure report can be found at:


*Digital Clarity & Speed defined as SNR obtained with Ingenia or SmartPath to dStream compared to Achieva.

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