To advance digitalization in healthcare, it is paramount to understand the driving forces and the developments that will not only improve the quality of care but also streamline efficiency within your hospital environment. These developments will strongly influence the way you think and design processes in the hospital and will create the foundation for lean and scalable progress.
At Siemens Healthineers, we not only push the limits of research on key concepts, but we also strive to implement those ideas and integrate them into clinical routines to enable your path to higher value care. To design the future, it is vital not only to work on ideas that will change the way we think about healthcare in the long term but also to identify current issues that are changing the market as we speak.
Take time today to discover more about the topics that are currently transforming the healthcare industry.
Many processes in healthcare are becoming more standardized and are being supported by artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, and machine learning. As these changes occur, the lines between software, platforms, and technology services are likely to become more blurred, creating the potential to develop a platform of services establishing a one-stop-shop environment for you, the provider of healthcare services.
With one of the largest sets of healthcare data, Siemens Healthineers has built a strong presence in daily healthcare provision. From this vantage point, we established a Digital Marketplace in an open and secured environment to provide you with direct access to the ever-growing portfolio of applications offered by Siemens Healthineers and our solution partners, enabling you to get the increase the operational value of shared healthcare data.
Digital twins in medical technology – a twofold approach
Digital twins have the potential to help us to virtualize individual organs in a digital space. We are aiming to leverage the potential of AI for virtual planning to visualize an organ’s response to a treatment on a computer before the actual intervention.
Additionally, workflows can be recreated as a digital twin, helping to virtualize those operations, departments, and even entire hospitals. Being powerful tools, digital twins can reduce the cost and time of piloting different solutions and approaches in the physical world.