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Interviews with Gold Partners 2018

Interviews with Goldpartners

Leading representatives of the Health IT Industry, who were Gold Partners in 2018, provide information on key topics in their respective companies.

Winfried Post, General Manager and Managing Director Agfa HealthCare GmbH DACH
Winfried Post, General Manager and Managing Director Agfa HealthCare GmbH DACH

Agfa HealthCare: Next generation hospital IT

There is more to becoming successful in the digital world than the simple electronic recording of data that used to be analogue. Winfried Post, General Manager and CEO of Agfa HealthCare DACH, calls for a holistic approach in which efficient document management and predictive analytics supplement modern clinical workplaces, while IT gently opens its doors to the needs of patients. At conhIT 2018, Agfa HealthCare will be showing the components necessary for these developments.

Interview with Winfried Post (PDF, 670.1 kB)

Press photo Winfried Post (JPG, 13.2 MB)

Dr Thomas Berger, CEO of Cerner Germany
Dr Thomas Berger, CEO of Cerner Germany

Cerner: Single source solutions thanks to Cerner’s ecosystem

Single source solutions thanks to Cerner’s ecosystem

German hospitals continue to dawdle along with their plans for a journey into the digital future. Dr Thomas Berger, CEO of Cerner Germany, explains how solutions offered by his company can help them get there faster. He also calls for systematic investment programmes to prevent Germany falling behind even further.

Interview Dr. Thomas Berger (PDF, 408.7 kB)

Foto Dr. Thomas Berger (JPG, 2.3 MB)

ID GmbH & Co. KGaA: André Sander, Head of software development at ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen
ID GmbH & Co. KGaA: André Sander, Head of software development at ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen

ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen GmbH & Co. KGaA: Clinical knowledge systems: Is machine learning the key to the future?

Berlin, 19 February 2018: Everyone is talking about artificial intelligence. But how important are deep learning & co for the future of digital healthcare? Will terminologies and ontologies become redundant? André Sander, Head of software development at ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen GmbH & Co. KGaA, considers a dawning age of integrated clinical intelligence with the interlinking of various methods to be more likely.

Interview André Sander (PDF, 264.1 kB)

Foto André Sander (JPG, 72.1 kB)

Matthias Meierhofer, CEO MEIERHOFER AG
Matthias Meierhofer, CEO MEIERHOFER AG

MEIERHOFER AG: “We see ourselves as partners in digital transformation“

Digital transformation in hospitals is well under way. However, it does not always live up to the IT provider’s promises. In order to be successful and achieve customer satisfaction, IT providers must see themselves as partners in digital transformation, says Matthias Meierhofer, founder and CEO of Meierhofer AG. At conhIT 2018, the company will illustrate this using mobility and the storage of process knowledge as examples.

Interview Matthias Meierhofer (PDF, 389.8 kB)

Press photo Matthias Meierhofer (JPG, 6.3 MB)

Jens Naumann, CEO medatixx GmbH & Co. KG
Jens Naumann, CEO medatixx GmbH & Co. KG

medatixx: Merging medical office software and the app world

Medical office software will be increasingly intertwined with mobile applications in the coming years. medatixx, a company specialized in software for medical offices and medical care centers, announces a significant extension of their app activities. medatixx’s CEO Jens Naumann illustrates the way in which his company supports users in the medical field with the help of mobile app integrations. When it comes to electronic health records, he expressed a wish for a clearly defined framework.

Interview Jens Naumann (PDF, 528.7 kB)

Press photo Jens Naumann (JPG, 91.7 kB)

Michael Waldbrenner, Director of Sales and Service Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH
Michael Waldbrenner, Director of Sales and Service Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH

Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH: If you want the digital transformation, you have to invest in it

Hospitals are not closed systems – they communicate with many other institutions and facilities as well as with their patients. That is why lawmakers should not place obstacles in the way of intersectoral communication, says Michael Waldbrenner, Director of Sales and Service, Healthcare Solutions, Deutsche Telekom at conhIT 2018.

The company is showcasing overarching processes, mobile scenarios, TI components, and security solutions.

Interview Michael Waldbrenner (PDF, 526.1 kB)

Foto Michael Waldbrenner (JPG, 107.0 kB)

CompuGroup Medical SE: Thomas Simon, Area Vice President CGM
CompuGroup Medical SE: Thomas Simon, Area Vice President CGM

CompuGroup Medical SE: Added Value for Hospitals and Emancipated Patients

As Thomas Simon, Area Vice President CGM Clinical Deutschland at CompuGroup Medical SE, points out, cross-sectoral processes and systematic electronic inclusion of patients can improve the quality of patient care whilst lowering costs along the entire process chain. At conhIT 2018, his company will be demonstrating how internal, cross-sectoral processes based on modern information systems can actively assist acute care hospitals and rehab clinics in mastering current challenges.

Interview with Thomas Simon (PDF, 395.3 kB)

Foto Thomas Simon (JPG, 116.3 kB)

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Winfried Post, General Manager and Managing Director Agfa HealthCare GmbH DACH
Winfried Post, General Manager and Managing Director Agfa HealthCare GmbH DACH

Agfa HealthCare: Next generation hospital IT

There is more to becoming successful in the digital world than the simple electronic recording of data that used to be analogue. Winfried Post, General Manager and CEO of Agfa HealthCare DACH, calls for a holistic approach in which efficient document management and predictive analytics supplement modern clinical workplaces, while IT gently opens its doors to the needs of patients. At conhIT 2018, Agfa HealthCare will be showing the components necessary for these developments.

Interview with Winfried Post (PDF, 670.1 kB)

Press photo Winfried Post (JPG, 13.2 MB)

Dr Thomas Berger, CEO of Cerner Germany
Dr Thomas Berger, CEO of Cerner Germany

Cerner: Single source solutions thanks to Cerner’s ecosystem

Single source solutions thanks to Cerner’s ecosystem

German hospitals continue to dawdle along with their plans for a journey into the digital future. Dr Thomas Berger, CEO of Cerner Germany, explains how solutions offered by his company can help them get there faster. He also calls for systematic investment programmes to prevent Germany falling behind even further.

Interview Dr. Thomas Berger (PDF, 408.7 kB)

Foto Dr. Thomas Berger (JPG, 2.3 MB)

ID GmbH & Co. KGaA: André Sander, Head of software development at ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen
ID GmbH & Co. KGaA: André Sander, Head of software development at ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen

ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen GmbH & Co. KGaA: Clinical knowledge systems: Is machine learning the key to the future?

Berlin, 19 February 2018: Everyone is talking about artificial intelligence. But how important are deep learning & co for the future of digital healthcare? Will terminologies and ontologies become redundant? André Sander, Head of software development at ID Information und Dokumentation im Gesundheitswesen GmbH & Co. KGaA, considers a dawning age of integrated clinical intelligence with the interlinking of various methods to be more likely.

Interview André Sander (PDF, 264.1 kB)

Foto André Sander (JPG, 72.1 kB)

Jens Naumann, CEO medatixx GmbH & Co. KG
Jens Naumann, CEO medatixx GmbH & Co. KG

medatixx: Merging medical office software and the app world

Medical office software will be increasingly intertwined with mobile applications in the coming years. medatixx, a company specialized in software for medical offices and medical care centers, announces a significant extension of their app activities. medatixx’s CEO Jens Naumann illustrates the way in which his company supports users in the medical field with the help of mobile app integrations. When it comes to electronic health records, he expressed a wish for a clearly defined framework.

Interview Jens Naumann (PDF, 528.7 kB)

Press photo Jens Naumann (JPG, 91.7 kB)

Matthias Meierhofer, CEO MEIERHOFER AG
Matthias Meierhofer, CEO MEIERHOFER AG

MEIERHOFER AG: “We see ourselves as partners in digital transformation“

Digital transformation in hospitals is well under way. However, it does not always live up to the IT provider’s promises. In order to be successful and achieve customer satisfaction, IT providers must see themselves as partners in digital transformation, says Matthias Meierhofer, founder and CEO of Meierhofer AG. At conhIT 2018, the company will illustrate this using mobility and the storage of process knowledge as examples.

Interview Matthias Meierhofer (PDF, 389.8 kB)

Press photo Matthias Meierhofer (JPG, 6.3 MB)

Michael Waldbrenner, Director of Sales and Service Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH
Michael Waldbrenner, Director of Sales and Service Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH

Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH: If you want the digital transformation, you have to invest in it

Hospitals are not closed systems – they communicate with many other institutions and facilities as well as with their patients. That is why lawmakers should not place obstacles in the way of intersectoral communication, says Michael Waldbrenner, Director of Sales and Service, Healthcare Solutions, Deutsche Telekom at conhIT 2018.

The company is showcasing overarching processes, mobile scenarios, TI components, and security solutions.

Interview Michael Waldbrenner (PDF, 526.1 kB)

Foto Michael Waldbrenner (JPG, 107.0 kB)

CompuGroup Medical SE: Thomas Simon, Area Vice President CGM
CompuGroup Medical SE: Thomas Simon, Area Vice President CGM

CompuGroup Medical SE: Added Value for Hospitals and Emancipated Patients

As Thomas Simon, Area Vice President CGM Clinical Deutschland at CompuGroup Medical SE, points out, cross-sectoral processes and systematic electronic inclusion of patients can improve the quality of patient care whilst lowering costs along the entire process chain. At conhIT 2018, his company will be demonstrating how internal, cross-sectoral processes based on modern information systems can actively assist acute care hospitals and rehab clinics in mastering current challenges.

Interview with Thomas Simon (PDF, 395.3 kB)

Foto Thomas Simon (JPG, 116.3 kB)