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Philips DoseWise

Radiation dose management

Philips DoseWise enables you to build a sustainable radiation safety program in your department.

Establishing an effective radiation dose management program requires a change in organizational culture, as well as tools and collaboration.  Elements such as imaging protocol harmonization across the institution, data recording and analysis, patient education on radiation awareness, and a common set of expectations regarding departmental safety are key to success. 


Measuring dose is just the beginning. How you use that data to create a structured, sustainable safety culture is where DoseWise excels.


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In DoseWise, we believe there are three pillars to an effective radiation safety program:        

Radiation dose management solutions

DoseWise Solutions


Every solution we offer is focused on making radiation safety a seamless part of your workflow and helps your organization stay compliant - and your staff and patients safe. 

DoseWise Portal: Automatically collect complete and accurate radiation dose data.

DoseAware: Helps medical staff and physicians evaluate and directly adjust their behavior.

Education and Training

Education and Training


As a DoseWise customer, you can learn more about topics like radiation physics, dose optimization, quality programs, metrics and compliance. Our wide choice in radiation dose-related clinical and product training helps change behaviours to promote a culture of safety in dose management.

Education and Training

Knowledge Resources


Use our information hub to access documents, articles and other sources of insights into dose management, radiation protection, staff & patient safety and other relevant topics. This extensive database is a valuable source of knowledge when considering many dose-related questions.

Dominic Siewko
Radiation Health and Safety Officer, Philips
Everything at DoseWise – our leading imaging technology, consulting/advisory services, insight, education and training – has been designed to support your journey to building a sustainable radiation safety program.  Our entire team stands ready to collaborate with you to build a sustainable and effective quality program that helps your organization stay compliant—and your staff and patients safe—today and in the future. ” 

Dominic Siewko, Radiation Health and Safety Officer, Philips

See how real-time radiation insight led to changed habits at Liverpool hospital

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“DoseAware has provided a lot of information that's reassuring for new cardiologists that are coming through because they are more and more conscious of radiation risks”.    

Chris Abell – Superintendent Radiographer at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
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“DoseAware has really changed our practice and I think, has helped reduce our radiation exposure both to myself, the rest of the staff in the lab, and the patients”.
Clare Appleby – Consultant Cardiologist at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
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“I love using the DoseAware for everything. We will use it for putting it around the room to see which areas of the room are better for standing. Or monitoring the actual patient to see which angles are giving more or less dose - live basically”.
Craig Lamb – Radiographer at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
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Are you ready for Euratom compliance?


In 2013, Euratom issued Council Directive 2013/59/Euratom, which lays down basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionizing radiation. This new directive supersedes previous directives and significantly impacts radiology departments across Europe.


The standards defined in Council Directive 2013/59/Euratom are based on recommendations from ICRP and are comparable to the IAEA (International) basic safety standards for radiation safety. To be in compliance, your institution must be ready to meet these new standards by 6 February, 2018.

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