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The Imaging & IT Division provides imaging systems for early diagnosis and intervention, as well as for more effective prevention. These systems are networked with high-performance healthcare IT to optimize processes (such as in hospital data systems like Soarian, image processing systems like syngo, and knowledge-based technologies for assisting diagnoses).
Our goal is to provide physicians and radiologists with ultrasound and X-ray imaging to obtain better insights and allow safer diagnoses in a shorter time. With analog or digital versatile and mobile solutions, the Clinical Products Division enables customers to access imaging information where and when they need it. In addition to ultrasound and X-ray products, the Clinical Products Division designs and develops components and subsystems for medical devices, and continuously drives innovation in core technologies for medical devices.
The Diagnostics Division covers business with in-vitro diagnostics, including immune diagnostics and molecular analysis. The Division’s solutions range from point-of-care applications to the automation of large laboratories. Diagnostics combines the acquisitions of DPC, Bayer Diagnostics and Dade Behring.
Our mission is to accelerate the accurate diagnosis of the most common diseases and establish new worldwide standards of care for their treatment. We leverage our broad portfolio of products and services to create integrated solutions which increase the clinical and economic value of the individual offerings of the Healthcare Sector. Reflecting the local focus of healthcare delivery, we provide these solutions where they are needed through our global and regional Customer Relationship Management, Customer Service, and healthcare information technology organizations.
For over 130 years, our goal has been to redefine the future of hearing care. With a suite of sophisticated innovations such as FeedbackStopper, SpeechFocus and SoundLearning 2.0, BestSound Technology sets a whole new standard in hearing care technology.