Siemens has partnered with Turkish healthcare solutions company, Simeks Tibbi Sistemler Sanayi ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi, to sell Siemen’s hospital information system, Soarian MedSuite.
Soarian MedSuite aims to help hospitals increase efficiency by providing caregivers with integrated tools to manage administrative, clinical, and financial processes.
Gercek Sunman, chief executive officer of Simeks, said: “The joint vision of Siemens and Simeks is to provide significant value to our customers in Turkey through innovative products, solutions, and services.”
The Soarian MedSuite technology is based on a combination of advanced service-oriented architecture, rich internet application, and a business process manager that is integrated with the business logic of the application.
“Soarian MedSuite, with its advanced architecture design, will allow us to deliver the solution with greater flexibility and extendibility to meet our customers’ expectations,” Sunman added.
Bernt Klein, senior vice president of worldwide strategy, health services sales and marketing for Siemens Healthcare, said: “Siemens selected Simeks for its strong understanding of the Turkish healthcare IT market, and believes it will prove strategic to Siemens’ channel-selling approach in Turkey.”
Klein added that the value- added reseller agreement will extend Siemen’s ability to reach private and public acute care facilities in Turkey seeking an integrated HIS that delivers administrative, clinical, and financial solutions to help them achieve their most important healthcare goals.
The Soarian MedSuite is already live at in healthcare organization across Mexico, Turkey, South Africa, and The United Arab Emirates. It is also scheduled to launch at multiple sites in Egypt and Lithuania over the next few months.