Siemens Healthineers at IRIA 2017
Engineering success. Pioneering healthcare. Together.
IRIA 2017 - Indian Radiological & Imaging Association
Jan 05-08, 2017
At this year’s IRIA, you experienced the pioneering spirit and engineering expertise of Siemens Healthineers and how we enable healthcare providers worldwide to pioneer healthcare, while providing increased outcomes and reduce costs. We introduced new products and technologies, organized interactive hands-on workshop and provided a platform to discuss newer avenues.
The influence of the medical image in healthcare is constantly growing. Diseases are detected earlier and treatments become more effective. When its usage is expanded beyond the field of diagnostics, entering the arenas of prevention and therapy, it can significantly contribute to lowering costs in healthcare on a global scale.
It is our top priority to protect patients and staff from unnecessary radiation – while always pursuing premium image quality in diagnostics and thus optimal patient outcomes.
Imaging Software and IT
To optimize workflows and increase efficiency Siemens’ Imaging Software and IT is offering customized and scalable solutions: from practices to clinics to hospital chains.
Options & Upgrades
You have bought Siemens equipment to be at the forefront of innovation. With Siemens Options & Upgrades you can keep them state of the art and stay competitive – expanding your clinical capabilities and reducing total cost of ownership.
“At RSNA, Siemens Healthineers demonstrated cost-effective solutions for CT and MRI that will make world class imaging and diagnosis affordable. I was impressed to see SOMATOM go CT scanners that can be controlled by tablet computers. This mobile workflow will enable the technician to stay closer to the patient. The new 1.5 T MRI scanner MAGNETOM Sempra is stated to consume 30% less energy. An MRI examination in just 10 minutes – from preparing the patient to completing the examination seems like a dream. These solutions appear to be tailored to the emerging demand for increasing the throughput while remaining cost effective thereby helping healthcare providers to reduce cost without compromising quality.”
Dr. Srikanth Moorthy
Head and Professor at the Department of Radiology
Amrita School of Medicine, Kochi