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  • Crafting a resume is a tricky job, but there are ways to make your skills stand out. Philips recruiters offer 20 essential resume tips to help with taking that next big step in your career.
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    Think you know how to write the perfect resume - Philips

    While writing a resume is undoubtedly challenging, there are certain CV faux pas that can be easily avoided to improve your application and chances for landing the job you want. Whether that means omitting third person or submitting two pages, the strongest resume shines a light on your unique skills and experience with succinct clarity.

  • Storing data on the cloud and on-site offers healthcare providers the best and most efficient solution for allocating and processing data. Philips’ Chief Architect Klaas Wijbraans explains the advantages of a hybrid system.

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    Go Hybrid: Why Storing Data on the Cloud and on Premises Is Your Best Bet | Philips

    Imagine a complicated surgical procedure driven by hand-eye coordination to such a degree that even a 200 millisecond delay in data transmission from the surgeon's machine to the next step in the operating room can be costly. Now imagine the routine processing of patient data models for optimizing service delivery locations and options.

  • Is healthcare a prospect for your next career move? If not, read this, and you might change your mind. Jeroen Tas, Philips’ Chief Innovation & Strategy, explains why the time is right for a career in healthtech highlighting the diversity of talent from software engineers to business modelers, at the core of this revolution.

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    There's never been a better time for a career in health technology

    The healthcare industry is undergoing a profound transformation, triggered by changes in disease patterns, the rise of digital technology and consumer expectations of a seamless, personalized health experience. Healthcare is one of the last industries to be digitized, as research from the McKinsey G

  • A biochemical engineering graduate, Nizar Alajmi knew he wanted to be part of something meaningful. At Philips, he found a company with a purpose he could share. Read more to find out why Nizar knows his career has started in the right place.
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    Starting out in quality and regulatory is a great way to get ahead and be part of something meaningful

    Nizar Alajmi knew he wanted to make a difference, rather than just a living, so while at University he set out to find an internship at a company with a purpose he could share.

  • You’ll be surprised to see some of the innovations we’ve produced at Philips over the years. The same passion for meaningful solutions drives us to create some of the most groundbreaking products in healthtech today. Will you be part of the next one?

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    Working at Philips

    Philips Nino (1998): Did you miss the Philips Nino? It entered the market in 1998 and was discontinued only four years later. A palm-size PC, a predecessor to the Pocket PC platform, the Nino was a futuristic-looking, Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) style device with a stylus-operated touch screen and simple voice control software.

  • Data is big news, and the right quality big (or little) data can offer remarkable insights and knowledge which can shape product design and capability. Just ask Philips’ Laurens Schuurkamp, who uses data as a design tool to improve people’s lives.

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  • A new strategic partnership will leverage the combined brainpower of UNFPA and Philips to improve the health and well-being of 50 million women and girls in the countries where health challenges are greatest.
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    UNFPA and Philips to co-create innovative health solutions for women and girls

    UNITED NATIONS, New York - A new strategic partnership will leverage the combined brainpower of UNFPA and Philips to improve the health and well-being of 50 million women and girls in the countries where health challenges are greatest.

  • Philips’ state-of-the-art IntelliSafari hospital-on-wheels equipped with advanced lifesaving and monitoring devices is helping tackle India’s big healthcare challenges. Learn more about how Philips is making life better for people in India
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    Philips India 'IntelliSafari hospital on wheels' takes high-end affordable patient monitoring to Ludhiana

    Philips India 'IntelliSafari hospital on wheels' takes high-end affordable patient monitoring to Ludhiana

  • Philips & partner Showa University launch Japan’s first telemedicine intensive care (eICU) program designed to improve high-risk patient outcomes. The tech used enables critical care experts to monitor patients across multiple locations. Learn more
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    Japanese university partners with Philips on country's 1st eICU: 4 things to know

    Showa University in Tokyo launched a remote intensive care unit program at Showa University Hospital and Showa Koto Toyosu Hospital, both based in Tokyo, through a partnership with Royal Philips, the Amsterdam-based health technology company confirmed July 3. Here are four things to know about the program: 1.

  • Philips’ research lab is home to innovation driving the hi-tech hospitals of today, tomorrow and beyond. Watch how developments in technology are transforming healthcare and Philips’ starring role in a future of unlimited possibilities.
    Philips’ research lab is home to innovation driving the hi-tech hospitals of today, tomorrow and beyond. Watch how developments in technology are transforming healthcare and Philips’ starring role in a future of unlimited possibilities.
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