The company is featuring its HealthSuite Digital Platform at the event, which will allow for the integration and analysis of data to better support patient care and engagement.

It is an open and secure cloud-based IT infrastructure that will help to secure collection of all types of data related to health and lifestyle.

Philips healthcare informatics solutions and services CEO Jeroen Tas said: "The healthcare landscape is rapidly changing, and it is essential to seamlessly and securely connect devices, systems and people across the entire health continuum, from healthy living, prevention and diagnosis, to treatment, recovery and home care.

"We are committed to helping our customers prepare for the next generation of health care delivery, providing interoperable software and solutions to access data that truly matters in ways that are easily accessible, contextually relevant, and actionable."

At the event, the company will also showcase solutions related to acute and general care, enterprise telehealth, home monitoring, imaging and informatics, sleep and respiratory care.

The company is currently focusing on developing connected health technology solutions to address critical issues being faced by clinicians, IT and informatics professionals, and administrators.

According to the company, key areas of technology solutions include, analytics driven care, patient engagement and adherence, clinician mobility, alarm fatigue, population health and informatics workflow in radiology and cardiology

Image: Royal Philips is showcasing new connected health technology software and solutions at HIMSS15. Photo: courtesy of Koninklijke Philips N.V.