Only innovation allows progress, especially in a field like medicine. Hand in hand with health professionals every day More reliable and faster results thanks to new systems and management models Brought about by new technologies.
Similarly, innovation can be considered as a way to meet the new demands and needs of society, In the health sector, in particular, innovation and improvement are a responsibility, and this is why Siemens Healthineers, a benchmark in health technology, believes that Innovation as the core of your strategy Is devoting itself to the service of the patient and the health systems.
more than 18,000 patents And as a leader in healthcare, Siemens Healthineers has been working to improve people’s health through innovation for more than 120 years. “We believe that only with the best innovation we can Build the services professionals and society demand”, says Alberto Martínez, General Director of Siemens Healthineers Spain.
At this time, major changes are taking place in the landscape that dictates this type of service. Ageing population and development of chronic diseases They need a strong healthcare industry with streamlined workflows and resources and services.
hence, Increase efficiency and quality services should be the answer Optimize the resources of an essential area, To contribute to these improvements, Siemenes Healthineers has made available some of its latest advances to the Spanish health system.
Siemens Healthineers have resonance systems that allow the study to be performed more quickly and comfortably (1). thank you forFor artificial intelligence, eases workflows so that the patient spends as little time as possible inside the device other than the 80 cm diameter gantry, all in favor of the patient’s comfort,
artificial intelligence to improve diagnosis
Developed in collaboration with Siemens Healthineers-HT Médica and Amazon Web Services A digital imaging solution in the cloud so that, thanks to advanced post-processing with artificial intelligence, medical teams can optimize their workload, reduce investment in software and Automate a number of processes that will contribute to reducing diagnostic time,
A robotic system for cardiovascular intervention
for the purpose of having Coronary and Vascular Interventions with Minimally Invasive Procedures and submillimetre precision (2) that help avoid possible duplication of interventions, the Gregorio Marañon Hospital in Madrid installed the latest robotic system in cardiac interventions from Siemens Healthineers. This new device is expected to benefit around 200 patients in a year In the public health system, Dr. According to Maria Tamargo, an interventional cardiologist.
reduce reaction time in the event of a stroke
under claim “time is brain” and streamlining and improving processes to improve survival and quality of life of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients, Siemens Healthineers has supported and promoted the implementation of the One Step Stroke Project at the Vall d’Hebron University Hospital., Thank you for this service, which will be operational in a year and will be accompanied by Remodeling of the Interventional Neuroradiology Space Patients with stroke symptoms at the center will be transferred directly to a room without going through the conventional emergency circuitWhere they will get diagnosis and treatment at one place.
From the hospital they estimate that this way it will be possible Reduce patient arrival to treatment initiation time from 60 to 18 minutes,
Innovation for a Better Health System
Benefits of innovation impact the entire value chain of the healthcare sector And the data proves it. As mentioned in the previous report innovation and health Manufactured by FENNIN, Spanish Federation of Innovation and Sanitary Technology, Spanish Territories Higher investment in R+D+I results in better life expectancy, mortality and patient satisfaction,
“We can’t predict the future, but we can prepare for an increasingly unpredictable future. Current medicine focuses on treating diseases, but In the future it will be able to stop them faster, More than 68,000 employees of Siemens Healhiniers are working with pioneering ideas, serving healthcare professionals and providing accessible attention and care to all”, concluded the company’s General Director in Spain.
(1) Deep Resolution – Harnessing the Power of NetworksNicolas Behl, Ph.D., Global Marketing Manager MRI Systems Siemens Healthineers, Erlangen, Germany
(2) Mendes Pereira V, et al. First-human, robotic-assisted neuroendovascular intervention. J Neurointervent Surg 2020;0:338–340. doi: 10.1136/neurintsurg-2019-015671.rep.