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Siemens Healthineers ties up with IISc, HCG, Narayana Health

Bengaluru: German medical technology firm Siemens Healthineers on Friday announced partnerships with the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), cancer care provider HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG), and Narayana Health (NH), which runs a chain of speciality hospitals and care centres.

Peter Schardt, chief technology officer of Siemens Healthineers, said the tie-ups will help the company expand its technological capabilities, allow it to be closer to patients, and help fight the most threatening diseases.

The collaboration with IISc aims to drive research and co-creation of technologies that improve imaging, and will also aim to address issues around access to care. Prof Govindan Rangarajan, director of IISc, said, “As IISc is opening up a new frontier of clinical research with the establishment of the IISc Medical School and Bagchi-Parathasarathy Hospital, this partnership with Siemens Healthineers will strengthen our focus in integrating science, engineering and medicine. This partnership will also enable our researchers to invent technologies for better and affordable healthcare outcomes.”

The partnership with Narayana Health will focus on advancing cardiovascular care and digital transformation in healthcare by building on the capabilities from both organisations. The partnership with HCG aims to make cancer care more personalised through the application of diagnostic imaging technologies and artificial intelligence. ; Sep 10, 2022

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