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Rapid Improvement in the radiology department
University Hospital Galway (UHG) radiology staff recognized a need for change to keep pace with the evolving healthcare environment. Find out how Siemens Healthineers enabled them to deliver more value for the patient, and remove unnecessary process steps.
Patient-focused process optimization and layout design in medical environments using a digital twin
Mater Private Hospital (MPH) in Dublin (IL) recognized a need for change in the radiology department. With growing patient demand, increasing clinical complexity, ageing infrastructure and lack of space, it was becoming harder than ever to deliver efficient patient care. Find out how Siemens Healthineers enabled them to deliver more value for the patient by using Workflow Simulation.
Evolving together within an innovative partnership solution
Learn from our customer Admiraal De Ruyter Ziekenhuis (ADRZ) how the partnership with Siemens Heathineers enabled them to make necessary changes in order to continuously improve its delivery of healthcare services.
Comprehensive solution for managing medical imaging equipment
William Osler Health System needed to maintain the highest standard of care while also cutting costs. Learn how a 15-year Asset Management Service contract with Siemens Healthineers provided the optimal solution for their challenges.
Design, construction, and leasing of standardized operating rooms
Admiraal De Ruyter Ziekenhuis is overcoming its challenges with a trusted partner. The 10-year-long strategic partnership includes providing medical equipment, construction, financing, and management services.
Enabling a 1,000-bed hospital to significantly improve its competitiveness
Siemens Healthineers procures, installs, and delivers management services for a total of 20,000 medical devices, including mammography, ultrasound, computed tomography, laboratory, IT, and third-party equipment in a 15-year partnership.
Increasing budget stability and quality of services
Key to the successful partnership in Worcester is our customer-centric approach. Both sides are consciously working together to produce the best results for patients through guaranteed availability of state-of-the-art equipment.
Enhancing healthcare modernization and productivity
In 2013, Siemens Healthineers started a 10-year Managed Equipment Services (MES) partnership contract with the VieCuri Medical Center to obtain state-of-the-art technology while also enhancing productivity for the hospital during the contract period.
Improving competitiveness and performance transparency
Siemens Healthineers is long-term technology partner for Zaans Medical Center in the Netherlands, supplying and maintaining Zaans’ imaging equipment base for radiology and nuclear medicine, including 40 devices for a new hospital building.
Long-term partnership for ultrasound system management
In 2014, the ALB FILS Kliniken dual-site hospital chose Siemens Healthineers as a long-term partner to improve the management of its ultrasound systems across medical departments and to ensure technological innovation for years to come.
Transforming services through an effective partnership
Royal Stoke University Hospital, formerly part of University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust, historically faced a number of challenges to meet the needs of an ageing local community. The Trust has tackled this with a private finance initiative contract, which includes a 15-year Asset Management Services contract provided through a partnership with Siemens Healthineers.
Improving workflows on patient care pathways
The Saskatoon Health Region needed a partner to evaluate the current state of its MRI services in order to identify service gaps, create greater system capacity, and make recommendations for more improvements in order to attain a best-practice scenario. Siemens Healthineers identified and shared best practices and created plans for clinical excellence, which has improved clinical outcomes and patient experience while also lowering costs.
Improving quality of service delivery and financial planning
The strategic partnership has helped this large acute-care provider maintain and replace its imaging equipment, facilitate financial transparency and stability, and realize its long-term clinical imaging strategy.
Ensuring smooth planning and efficient operations
The Bolton NHS Foundation Trust opted for a game-changing long-term partnership to ensure availability and technological appropriateness by replacing its aging diagnostic radiology equipment fleet.
Setting standards in stroke care
Rush University Medical Center embarked on a redesign of its stroke service and chose Siemens Healthineers as its partner to move forward. The best practices and insights provided by the partnership enabled joint visions to be set for the future.
Enhancing diagnostic capability and increasing system availability
Airedale faced an aging system base and wanted to replace dated equipment with state-of-the-art diagnostic systems. In response, they partnered with Siemens Healthineers on a long-term agreement to provide and maintain their medical equipment.
Siemens Healthineers at the heart of Britain’s biggest hospital development
In March 2006, Siemens Healthineers was selected to provide a £370 million, 35-year partnership to supply imaging and radiotherapy equipment and ultrasound systems to the UK’s largest hospital.
A long-term partnership that goes the extra mile
A 33-year Managed Equipment Services (MES) agreement in place at Barnet Hospital, part of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, is ensuring the ongoing provision of the latest medical equipment.
The UK’s largest long-term partnership for medical equipment management
A Managed Equipment Services (MES) agreement from Siemens Healthineers valued at £560 million provides the supply, maintenance, and management of all medical equipment in the hospital for 33 years.