Siemens Healthcare is one of the world’s largest suppliers of medical infrastructure and is a leader in medical imaging, laboratory diagnostics, and clinical IT.
What we do
The healthcare market is in transition. Successful healthcare providers drive consolidation, an increasingly “industrial” logic of healthcare delivery, and a shift from treating illness to managing health.
In these times of change, Siemens Healthcare aspires to become the trusted partner of healthcare providers worldwide – the partner that they can rely on to help drive their clinical excellence, operational efficiency, and profitability. To live up to this ambition, we are committed to further developing our traditional strengths in the imaging and laboratory fields and to complementing them with new offerings. We will continuously expand our management, consulting, and digital services, and broaden our portfolio e.g. with advanced therapy solutions and molecular in-vitro diagnostic products.
For healthcare providers, one huge area of potential to drive their clinical excellence is the ongoing integration of diagnostics and therapy so as to enable better stratification, planning, and execution of minimally invasive treatment options, for example. Consultancy on how to streamline clinical workflows as well as the management of entire medical equipment fleets are just some of the ways in which operational efficiency can be enhanced. Significant financial potential for healthcare providers is anticipated from additional services ranging from utilization management to outsourcing options that will allow them to focus even more clearly on delivering their core clinical competencies.
Building on over 166 years of innovations
We are one of the world’s largest suppliers of technology to the healthcare industry and a leader in medical imaging, laboratory diagnostics, and clinical IT. With around 43,000 employees worldwide and a presence throughout the world, Siemens Healthcare generated revenue worth 11.7 billion euros and profits of more than 2 billion euros in fiscal 2014.