As the overall population in many parts of the world ages, the incidence of chronic disease is rising, and healthcare providers face an increasing demand for high-quality care.
Heart failure patients can benefit from interventions under magnetic tracking with MediGuide Technology.
Professor Markku Kaste, a key expert in stroke care, explains in a video how to decrease mortality in stroke patients.
Professor Angelo Auricchio, Past-President of the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA), talks about the Association's work.
A research team developed a software-based scatter-correction system which reduces radiation up to 30 percent.
With the help of Siemens, Arkansas Heart Hospital launched its Soarian health information system in record time.
A new tool helps in the evaluation of Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of cognitive decline.
Research findings on a global autism epidemic from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Siemens donated two ACUSON X150 ultrasound systems to the organization “Doctors of the World” which helped treat twelve-year-old patient Sophy Chhoeum in Cambodia.
During a “flying clinic”, doctors from Colombia’s Fundacion Cardioinfantil examined 305 youths suspected of having congenital heart problems and brought four of them back to the capital for surgery.
At Astrid Lindgren Children’s Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden, a simple video-conferencing system revolutionized the way pediatric cardiology is practiced throughout Sweden.
Professor Junbo Ge, President of the Asian-Pacific Society of Interventional Cardiology, pleads for better lifestyle education and access to cardiovascular care.
Wirelessly transferred information and Internet connect pacemaker patients with their doctors in Sweden’s Gävleborg region.
Healthcare providers are under pressure to deliver affordable, quality care for patients, payers, and society as a whole.
Jan Yperman Hospital in Belgium benefits from upgrading its existing MRI system.
Medical imaging is becoming vastly more important to orthopedic and trauma surgery: Impressions from the AO Davos Courses 2012.
Virtua top-level executives explain their innovative patient-centric model of care delivery at their state-of-the-art hospital.
By combining syngo.plaza and syngo.via, a hospital in Japan is able to diagnose cardiovascular problems with minimal staff.
Learn how Hoag Orthopedic Institute controls quality of care here.
Learn how healthcare systems can raise their value by measuring clinical outcomes.
How reviewing images from different modalities helps improve diagnosis and patient care.
The Department of Radiology at Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, has made the transition to digital radiography (DR).
Siemens is helping a Scottish blood sciences laboratory meet the challenges of increasing demand and ever-tighter budgets.
Interview with Professor Rudolf Beisse, MD, on intraoperative 3D imaging in surgical procedures
High-tech equipment and syngo imaging IT solutions from Siemens help Medanta in Delhi, India, offer effective and accessible healthcare.
In many remote areas, access to quality healthcare is a challenge. In developed countries, the affordability of healthcare is increasingly at risk.
Read how Dr. Arkady Stolpner improved access to MRI exams by opening 77 diagnostic centers throughout Russia.
An Insight into the Progress of the Healthcare Modernization Program.
Six-year-old Kirill is lucky to have had successful heart surgery at a new Cardiology Center in remote Russia, not far away from his home.
Kumbo, a town in rural Northwestern Cameroon, is home to the only cardiac clinic in Central Africa. Ten hours away from the capital Yaoundé, patients get the same attention as they would in Europe.
Siemens aims to help healthcare professionals to implement disruptive changes in their clinical practice that lead to better outcomes for their patients and better results for their business.
If anyone is a futurist about where next-generation healthcare is heading, it is Dennis A. Ausiello, MD. Watch the video interview here.
A new era is dawning in the evaluation of Alzheimer’s disease, thanks to a hallmark imaging solution pioneered with the help of Siemens and a slate of dedicated researchers.