Strong partnerships for better healthcare in Vietnam
Partnership that improving the healthcare system in Vietnam
Stepping boldly to deliver exemplary service in Vietnam
The Customer Services team at Siemens Healthineers carved out a plan of action to rehabilitate several hospitals in Da Nang and minimize damage to their medical equipment during the historic and unprecedented flooding
Imaging in a heartbeat
At a leading hospital in Lucerne, Switzerland, radiology specialists are virtually connected with technologists and patients within a network of affiliated hospitals. Thanks to the new software for remote scanning assistance, knowledge transfer is fast, easy, and cost-effective. An additional benefit is that patients have a shorter waiting time for their scan appointments – which has turned out to be especially useful in these times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Improving breast cancer diagnosis with digital mammography system
Hanoi General Hospital in Vietnam addresses increasing breast cancer incidences with MAMMOMAT Inspiration.
Patient experience in the times of COVID-19
In this Innovation Talk, Dr. Christina Triantafyllou looks at patient experience during the pandemic from three different angles: patient perspective, the view of medical personnel, and the role of digital technology in healthcare.
Importance of Serology Testing in COVID-19 pandemic
Hospital Management Asia speaks to Mr. Kon Gryllakis, Head, Diagnostics at Siemens Healthineers Asia Pacific on the role that COVID-19 serology testing - the testing for antibodies against the COVID-19 virus – plays in measuring efficacy of vaccine response, and how serology testing can drive future public health policies.
Managing stroke using minimally invasive procedure
Time is of essence when it comes to stroke management. At SIS Hospital, saving every stroke patient is the mission and they are doing it using the most innovative interventional suite, Artis icono.
Why data integration is essential for delivering high-value care
Retired X-ray systems brought back into operation during the pandemic
Good teamwork and high system quality enabled Karolinska University Hospital and Siemens Healthineers to bring four decades-old mobile X-ray systems back into operation to provide lung imaging during the COVID-19 pandemic.