Daily Archive: December 2, 2019

Philips demonstrates innovation leadership in MR at RSNA

December 2, 2019 One million patient scans accelerated with Compressed SENSE Philips and the University Medical Center of Leiden (LUMC) jointly top performer in the multi-coil tracks with 8x acceleration category of the fastMRI image reconstruction challenge, organized by Facebook AI Research (FAIR) and NYU Langone Health Second team in which Philips participated, together with […]

Philips and Inspira Health announce USD 50 million, long-term strategic partnership to transform patient care for residents of southern New Jersey, U.S.

Leading health system leverages Philips diagnostic imaging and patient monitoring solutions to deliver on Quadruple Aim: better outcomes, increased efficiency, and improved patient and staff experience Andover, U.S. and Mullica Hill, U.S. – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, and Inspira Health (Inspira), today announced a strategic 5-year partnership agreement worth USD […]

BOK head to participate in celebratory conference in Hungary

SEOUL– South Korea’s top central banker will head to Hungary this week to take part in a joint conference celebrating the establishment of the countries’ diplomatic ties 30 years ago, the Bank of Korea (BOK) said Monday.BOK Gov. Lee Ju-yeol will head …

Snow forecast for parts of S. Korea on Tuesday

SEOUL– Snow will fall in some parts of South Korea, including Seoul, on Tuesday, the state weather agency forecast. The capital will see snowfall from around 9 a.m. to noon, while rain or snow will come in southern parts of Gyeonggi Province and South…

Tourists to Jeju expected to top 15 million again this year

SEOUL– The number of visitors to Jeju Island, South Korea’s southern holiday destination, is expected to top 15 million again this year, officials said Monday.According to the Jeju Tourism Association, a total of 13,985,000 tourists arrived in Jeju in…

14 pct of women in Seoul suffer from digital sexual violence

SEOUL– About 14 percent of women living in Seoul have suffered from digital sexual violence, including spycam filming, unsolicited intimate images and the distribution of videos of sexual acts, a survey showed Monday.The Seoul metropolitan government …

Moon voices concern about crippled National Assembly operation

SEOUL– President Moon Jae-in expressed regret Monday over the crippled operation of the National Assembly, saying there are a host of bills related to people’s lives pending in the legislature.”It’s a very regrettable situation,” he said during a meet…