Challenges in medical imaging
Medical imaging innovations help to advance modern medicine and to consistently provide better patient care. This leads on the one hand to more system features and possibilities, on the other hand it can make operating modalities more complex. Combined with an ever-increasing number of exams and the shortage of highly qualified operators, it is clear that we need to empower radiology by making modalities more intelligent. We do so by making image acquisition more effective and efficient to support users and radiologists with actionable insights and data-driven decisions.
Siemens Healthineers Shape 22 Keynote
November 15, 2021, 4:00 pm (CET)
The Siemens Healthineers Shape 22 Keynote, hosted by our CEO Bernd Montag, is our annual signature event at which we will present inspiring ideas and launch breakthroughs in healthcare. The keynote brings together an exclusive global audience of leading physicians, healthcare executives, and industry experts.
Intelligent imaging in radiology is here to assist you
The basis for many medical decisions is precise and high-quality imaging data. Intelligent medical imaging supports you in this first step, helping you generate accurate and faster image acquisition. By helping to utilize the full potential of the systems, you can create actionable insights for every patient. The possibilities of digitalization help users efficiently achieve reproducible results – by guiding operators of any experience level through imaging procedures, so that they can interact easily and naturally with both patient and technology.
This has been made possible, for example, by launching a new era of intelligent imaging with myExam Companion that is working with you to efficiently operate modalities and provide better outcomes and increased efficiency.
myExam Companion - Intelligence that works with you
myExam Companion introduces a new philosophy to operate modalities. It guides operators through diagnostic procedures, so that they can interact easily and naturally with both patient and technology. No matter the user, patient or throughput, it helps generate consistent and comprehensive results.
myExam Companion uses clinical language and visuals that are easy to follow. This simplifies operation, even or unfamiliar medical imaging modalities. To improve efficiency and consistency, it optimizes acquisition and reconstruction parameters for the individual patient and procedure. This helps generate the comprehensive information radiologists need.
Discover the latest innovations in radiology that leverage digitalization to make your workflow more intelligent and efficient
Hear from healthcare experts
myExam Companion – Intelligence that works with you
Innovation Talk: myExam Companion launches the era of intelligent imaging and introduces our new philosophy to operate diverse modalities. It guides operators through imaging procedures, so that they can interact easily and naturally with both patient and technology. No matter the user, patient or throughput, it helps generate consistent, comprehensive results.
‘Solutions are needed to do more with less’: How AI is transforming radiology
From predictive AI to the presence of AI within disease pathways, turning data into actionable insight is already playing a key role in healthcare today. In this interview, Andre Hartung, President of Diagnostic Imaging at Siemens Healthineers, explains the importance of digitalization and how AI is transforming healthcare with a focus on radiology.
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AI-Rad Companion and AI-Pathway Companion consist of several health products and medical devices in their own right, and products under development. AI-Rad Companion and AI-Pathway Companion are not commercially available in all countries. Their future availability cannot be guaranteed.