15 Jan Marin General inks $90 million deal with Philips for digital health, informatics tech
Officials said the deal could signal a trend of providers joining forces with single vendors to get a handle on costly and complex technology investments.
Marin General Hospital has entered a 15-year, $90 million agreement with Philips to roll out an array of technologies including clinical informatics, patient monitoring, telehealth and imaging.
Philips will also bring clinical education, consulting and design services to the deal, company officials said.
“As an independent community hospital, we have made a conscious decision to partner with Philips in taking a long-term view and adopting the latest digital health technologies, while creating an exceptional experience for our patients,” said Marin General’s chief information and technology integration officer Mark Zielazinski, in a statement.
This is the third such deal for Philips, and officials said the deal could signal a trend of providers joining forces with single vendors to get a handle on costly and complex technology investments.