Digital Solutions & Automation
Outcomes that matter along the smart imaging value chain
Digitalization and automation are key to provide high-quality care and increase productivity in healthcare. At Siemens Healthineers, we aim to automate and streamline operations along the imaging value chain.
Our broad portfolio includes enterprise imaging IT, AI-powered decision support, as well as eHealth and patient engagement solutions. It comprises business intelligence, performance management tools and tele operations solutions, innovative cardiology IT, digital pathology as well as diagnostics IT and lab automation.
Find out how digital solutions and automation can help you manage the challenges of today’s healthcare environment, increasing shortage of staff, the rising demand for imaging and the need to manage and leverage the vast amount of data for patient care.
Outcome Driven Imaging & Information System (ODIS)
Our broad portfolio helps you modernize and expand your legacy IT while reducing the complexity of the healthcare IT landscape. It lets you easily integrate technologies like AI, machine learning and automation. Interoperability enables seamless communication and data exchange, resulting in efficient workflows and effective collaboration between healthcare professionals and patients.
The power of connection
A 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.”
Artificial intelligence supports clinicians in reading brain images
In Greece, as in other countries, there is an increase of neurodegenerative diseases, predominantly Alzheimer’s Disease – mainly because of the aging population. Although it is the neurologist who is responsible for the diagnosis, radiology is playing an increasingly important role. This is manifest in the work of radiologist Andreas Papadopoulos, MD, PhD, scientific coordinator at Iatropolis Medical Group, who has come to appreciate the benefits of artificial intelligence.
Shedding light on the unseen
In Erlangen, pediatric cardiologist Muhannad Alkassar, MD, and his team use an augmented reality prototype to prepare quickly and with maximum accuracy the most complex heart surgeries. The mixed-reality HoloLens device visualizes CT scans in photorealistic 3D to represent even the tiniest detail.
Value Partnership | Marienhaus Group, Germany
Expanding digital adoption in order to enhance patient experience and boost competitive advantage
Digitalizing Switzerland’s Healthcare
By introducing electronic health records in Switzerland, Swiss Post is assuming a key role as a provider of digital infrastructure and services. The company relies on the eHealth solutions offered by ITH icoserve, a subsidiary of Siemens Healthineers. Martin Fuchs, Head of Digital Health at Swiss Post, talked about the developments in Switzerland.
Virtual control of diagnostic imaging
In the future, the growing need for radiological specialists could lead to more frequent bottlenecks. Now, thanks to the introduction of software to support remote scanning, radiology technologists at Essen University Hospital can operate up to three scanners at the same time regardless of their location.