Virtual congresses of superlatives: Meet a new generation of intelligent imaging
In this unusual year, which has seen us shaken by the effects of a global pandemic in so many ways, the RSNA congress opened its virtual doors for the first time from November 29 to December 4. Working in close cooperation with the event, Siemens Healthineers simultaneously conducted its very own Shape 21 Forum.
Virtual hospital ward rounds involve wider number of clinical experts and families
Two experts share their insights on the potential of virtual ward rounds before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Optimization Between Nursing Workload and Patient Care
The collection and management of critical data for diagnostic decision is an essential task of daily routine of nurses. This demands a lot of time what is then missing for an optimal patient satisfaction. At the Bumrungrad International Hospital an innovative technology offers nurses a relief in workload to spend more time in patient care and safety.
Outside the hospital: remote cancer monitoring with apps
Using medical imaging and AI to help diagnose and manage COVID-19 patients
How AI-assisted imaging can help diagnose COVID-19 patients more quickly and manage them more appropriately.
Scaling up and sustaining the digital transformation of U.S. hospitals brought about by COVID-19
What will the future of healthcare look like?
What are the most significant healthcare challenges that you see ahead? Is your organization prepared to address them?
How Finland is leading the digital healthcare revolution
In our new episode with Managing Board member Christoph Zindel, Päivi Sillanaukee, MD, Director General at the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, explains how the healthcare model in Finland operates, what kind of infrastructure it requires, and how this actually encouraged digital innovation from its inception.
Philipp Grätzel von Grätz
The MRI at 50 – what lies ahead?
imaging (MRI) is the gold standard of imaging diagnostics in many medical
fields. But it is still far from always being readily available – even where it
would be the best option. Technological progress is rapid. The next generation
MRI could look very different.
A World Health Summit in the context of a truly global pandemic
With tens of millions of COVID-19 cases worldwide and more than a million dead from the disease, global healthcare has assumed unprecedented importance today. What lessons have already been learned, and what needs to be done moving forward?
By Peter Jaret
The power of connection
century ago, the British novelist E.M. Forster distilled his vision of a moral
life into two simple words he used as the epigraph for his masterful novel Howards
End: “Only connect.”
Philipp Grätzel von Grätz
What’s that knocking?
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been part of routine medical practice for years. The big tubes produce fascinating images. No wonder that MRI is seen as the crowning glory of diagnostics. But how exactly does it work? What’s so special about it? We answer twelve questions to give a better idea.
A vision for change: ophthalmology and access to affordable eye care in India
Blindness was once a major problem for people all over India: Care was difficult to access in the early stages of ophthalmological complications. Listen to Aravind Srinivasan, MD, and Chief Medical Officer at the Aravind Eye Hospital in Chennai discuss with Christoph Zindel about how this has changed, even in times of COVID-19.
Better Healthcare or Lower Costs? Both! Value-Based Healthcare – the New Paradigm