The KKM in Mainz is one site of the Marienhaus Group.

Reshaping care delivery through a future-oriented digitalization strategy at

Marienhaus Group, Germany

Siemens Healthineers and the Marienhaus Hospital Group, based in Waldbreitbach, have launched a ten-year technology partnership - including an option to extend for an additional five years. Siemens Healthineers is developing a digital strategy for the Marienhaus Group that will eventually interconnect 18 hospitals and streamline clinical processes. The partnership provides for the replacement and management of around 130 medical imaging devices at all sites in the German states of North Rhine–Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, and Saarland. Plans also call for personalized online training courses for clinical and technical staff. The partnership offers the Marienhaus Group reliable planning data and cost transparency for the duration of the partnership as well as a modern inventory of equipment. Digitally supported processes make it easier for clinical staff to focus on providing patients with quality medical care. The contract has a volume of around €40 million.

Value Contribution


Implementation of an escalation management system for improved handling of complex disruptions


Improved process efficiency through clear responsibilities and a distinct IT strategy


Management system for improved availability of IT know-how and increased effectiveness



Remain competitive

Developing a better IT organization to increase competitiveness

Increase process efficiency

Improving IT competence and identifying opportunities for workflow improvement

Drive digital transformation

Leveraging digitalization and boosting interdisciplinary collaboration

  • In parallel to a 10-year Value Partnership, the Marienhaus Group engaged in a Digitalization & Transformation project with Siemens Healthineers Value Partners for Healthcare Consulting
  • Development of a digital strategy and process improvement measures to increase collaboration across the hospital group and enhance use of digital solutions
  • Close involvement of the hospital IT employees through a bottom-up approach, quickly leading to the actual problem areas. Clustering of fields of action and evaluation of short-, medium-, or long-term feasibility
  • Generation of a framework paper with concrete measures to achieve rapid improvements

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