The partnership is meant to enhance population health and strengthen BSCHS’s offerings.
Philips and Bon Secours Charity Health System (based in Suffern, N.Y.) have launched a $180 million multiyear partnership. Bon Secours Charity Health System (BSCHS) is a member of Westchester Medical Center Health Network of Vahalla, N.Y.
Through the collaboration, BSCHS will be able to utilize Philips’ solutions to improve care delivery and strengthen its population health initiatives. More specifically, the partnership will give BSCHS access to Philips’ imaging systems, patient monitoring and telehealth solutions. BSCHS will be able to leverage the most up-to-date technologies and enhance its focus in areas such as radiology, cardiology, neurology and pediatrics.
The partnership builds on the current 15-year, $500 million collaboration Philips and WMCHealth launched back in 2015.
“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 BSCHS CEO Mary Leahy, MD.