News | Information Technology | March 02, 2016

Siemens Showcasing Clinical IT Solutions at HIMSS 2016

New offerings include Teamplay cloud collaboration network, Sense eHealth solution and syngo.share VNA

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Teamplay image courtesy of Siemens

March 2, 2016 — At the 54th Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), Siemens Healthcare will demonstrate customized and scalable IT solutions that optimize workflows and increase clinical efficiency across the enterprise. The company is featuring three new solutions this year: teamplay, sense and syngo.share.

Teamplay is a cloud-based network that brings together teams of healthcare professionals in order to advance medicine and human health. The platform creates a global ecosystem in which physicians, clinicians and healthcare executives come together to form one large virtual imaging team. In addition to the dose and usage modules, Siemens will be offering a new application; protocols.  This easy-to-use dashboard gives a clear picture of the protocols in the computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) fleet — enhancing the two important dimensions of transparency and control in order to optimize quality and efficiency while reducing cost.

Sense is an eHealth solution connecting healthcare providers in eHealth networks, for access to all patient-related information. Sense connects all treatment participants and helps standardize quality and synchronize care across settings. With new eHealth applications, Sense now offers a physician portal as well as self-service portal for patients, providing electronic health records on demand.

syngo.share is the universal vendor neutral archive (VNA) distributed by Siemens. syngo.share allows effective management and sharing of clinical image data, multimedia data, radiological studies and clinical documents – within the department, the institution and beyond.

In addition, Siemens will also present the following enterprise imaging IT solutions in the exhibit hall:

  • Enterprise PACS (picture archiving and communication system) and RIS (radiology information system);
  • Cardiovascular imaging and information system;
  • 3-D routine and advanced reading solution; and
  • Zero-footprint mobile, Web solution for image and report viewing

For more information: www.usa.siemens.com

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