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Population growth with maintenance credit accumulated from the epidemic is now focused on finding new smart digital solutions to help with maintenance work. With the help of innovative solutions such as remote-controlled tools for imaging detection, patients can have increased access to specialists and health care will make their work more efficient.

Today, a major paradox in society affects health. Over the next few years the number of residents over the age of 80 will increase sharply, while the number of profitable employers will remain largely unchanged.

– As the elderly are responsible for a large part of the chronic illnesses that place a heavy burden on health care, it is a great challenge to finance the high need for care by sharply increasing health care costs. In addition, there is a shortage of trained staff in many areas of care. Healthcare can no longer work fast, but needs to work smarter and take the help of innovative digital solutions that streamline work and give healthcare workers more patience time, says Frederick Gustafson, head of business at Digital Health Siemens Healthyears.

Digitization provides increased access

With Siemens Healthnier’s technical solution for the remote control of X – ray equipment and cingo virtual cockpit, Healthcare can now increase access to specialists by allowing them to make choices remotely.

– Radiologists are a rare object today, while X-rays are central to the detection chain. Cinco Virtual Cockpit makes it possible to remotely control X-ray equipment and an expert can support up to three choices simultaneously in different locations. This means increased access to specialists and better use of expensive equipment without hiring more people, explains Friedrich Gustafson.

Reduced costs and better utilization of staff

Complex scans can be performed anywhere, anytime with the virtual support of experienced colleagues. Patients do not have to travel long distances and health services are more accessible when waiting lists are short when support for advanced exams is available remotely. Thanks to the Singo Virtual Cockpit, today, for example, the Norfolk region, which operates over a large geographical area, is able to provide its residents with access to MRI exams in both Pite and Calix. The new way of working with remote control surveys reduces travel costs and leads to better utilization of staff.

– An important part of digitalization is creating access to equal maintenance. For example, ensuring that a stroke patient can be examined quickly with the right equipment involves both cost savings for maintenance and community and minimizing patient suffering. At Siemens Healthy we work with digital solutions for modern healthcare. Frederick Gustafson says our customers can benefit from our size, our international expertise and quick innovation.

About Siemens Health
With over 66,000 employees in over 70 countries and over 120 years of experience, we are working with health care providers to innovate and shape the future of healthcare. More than 240,000 patients interact with our solutions every hour! We enhance increased precision medicine, modified care delivery and digitalization of patient experience and help caregivers create added value.


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