are faced with a multitude of challenges today like staff shortages, increasing
amounts of data as well as the need for faster and precise diagnosis and innovative solutions. These demands need to be met effectively and efficiently. This is where digital solutions can play an increasingly vital part in transforming radiology. Using digital technologies to turn large amounts of data into insights will support more precise diagnosis, targeted treatment, and greater patient satisfaction.
The digital transformation of radiology is centered around three themes:
Innovation is central to assist in data acquisition. Intelligent solutions enable you to generate accurate data and faster image interpretation, thereby creating actionable insights. The possibilities of digitalization help users efficiently achieve reproducible results – by guiding operators through imaging procedures, so that they can interact easily and naturally with both patient and technology. This has been made possible by myExam Companion that launches a new era of intelligent imaging that works with you to efficiently operate modalities.
Intelligent Imaging to gather high-quality data while using the full potential of the systems.
AI-powered clinical decisions
One of the most pressing concerns in radiology today is the exponential growth of data and the shortage of medical staff. Intelligent solutions support radiologists in making better informed clinical decisions and adding value along the patient journey. Through superior integration and interpretation of data and creation of actionable insights, AI-powered solutions assist radiologists and clinicians in making the right decision for every patient.
AI-powered Clinical Decisions to guide decision making along the patient journey.
Along with staff shortages, radiology and imaging departments worldwide are faced with additional pressures like increasing workload. Digitalization can unlock a whole new level of operational performance as well as hidden potential for improvements, helping you operate more efficiently. Digital solutions like remote scanning software and platforms that enable data-driven decisions along the entire patient pathway can empower you to simplify operations and create smart workflows to help reduce the workload and boost workforce productivity.
Streamlined Operations to increase productivity and optimize asset utilization.
At Siemens Healthineers, we focus on these three areas to support you with the challenges of today and tomorrow. So let’s explore our offerings across these three themes.
Modern SPECT/CT for maximum results
Setting new standards for SPECT/CT, Symbia Pro.specta™ with myExam Companion takes your nuclear medicine department into the future. Every system includes intelligent SPECT/CT imaging and a fully integrated, intuitive user interface to give you the power of more.
The world’s first photon-counting CT
NAEOTOM Alpha1 with Quantum Technology is nothing less than the total reinvention of computed tomography. Based on the revolutionary direct signal conversion of its QuantaMaxdetector, NAEOTOM Alpha® offers high-resolution images at minimal dose, spectral information in every scan, and improved contrast at lower noise. Experience a defining moment in computed tomography.
MAGNETOM Free.Star1 – MRI for all.
Introducing a disruptively simple approach to MRI that transforms global access to high-value care: Based on our revolutionary High-V MRI platform, MAGNETOM Free.Star is our most cost-effective and easy to operate MRI leveraging the full power of digital innovations.
Equipped with next-generation intelligence and revolutionary myExam Companion, YSIO X.pree redefines how you perform thorax exams. Get consistent images with significantly less dose with its easy-to-use interface and smart image processing engine.
The AI-Rad Companion, our family of AI-powered, cloud based augmented workflow automation solutions help you to reduce the burden of basic repetitive tasks and may increase your diagnostic precision when interpreting medical images.
To stay successful in meeting today’s challenges, hospitals, and in specific radiology departments, are increasingly focusing on an interdisciplinary, disease-oriented setup across departmental borders. We want to support these institutions along this journey by being their partner along disease pathways.
Already today we cover many clinical topics and tailor our radiology products and solutions along clinical pathways. And with intelligent, digitally connected imaging solutions in diagnosis and therapy, you can improve diagnostic accuracy, plan treatment options and guide minimally invasive therapy. With our focus towards the world’s major diseases stroke, coronary artery disease, lung and liver cancer, we are committed to support patients in every step of their journey.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been so deeply impactful that it has changed the lives and the way of thinking for all of us in a very short time. We believe it has the potential to significantly change the radiology and healthcare system: In particular, it might serve as a catalyst in developing more effective, efficient and, above all, more humane medicine.
To help address the pandemic, we are providing AI algorithms for trial and clinical routine.
We are fully committed to supporting our partners in the healthcare system to provide the best possible care for their patients.
Find out information including disinfection recommendations for imaging scanners by clicking below.
Discover how radiology helps improve care in developing nations: Extending medical knowledge to underserved regions – hear in our latest podcast episode more about the role that radiology and artificial intelligence play in this development as Managing Board Member Christoph Zindel talks to Suresh de Silva, MD – founder of Radiology Across Borders.
The COVID-19 crisis will transform radiology, having a major impact on transforming care delivery, improving patient experience and digitalizing healthcare. Learn how in this “new normal”, virtual healthcare will be an established way of care delivery and AI and machine learning will become value drivers for healthcare providers.