Digital transformation means adapting to reality. An adaptation that is necessary rather than optional, because in an age where technology dictates not only the future but also the immediate future, a pillar of society such as the healthcare system can no longer remain in the past. The essence of the digitalization of health systems consists in more and bigger chances for patients. And simpler said, in better care and saved lives.

Digital transformation is inevitable in all areas. It can happen sooner or later. Earlier is always ideal, especially for a health system where time is the most precious resource. Later it may be too late here. That is why it is important to be aware at the right time what digitalisation can offer.

High quality medicine, precise, personalized and entirely dedicated to the patient, requires resources. If solutions can be found for physical resources, for human resources, more difficult. The number of health professionals does not keep up with the needs of the system so easily. But the discrepancy between what is required and what can be provided can be reduced when we use existing resources more efficiently. This is where digitization comes in.

However, digital transformation must be strategically thought out in order to be sustainable. As an ecosystem. Quality medical equipment is the basis, but it must also be supported by digital interfaces, data interconnections and dedicated software solutions. Thus, digitization can become the medical team’s most trusted ally in treating a patient.

Supermedical thought of the digital transformation by harmonizing three essential plans:

Intelligent imaging

Needed to get accurate, high quality data.

The design and manufacture of today’s medical equipment allows for easier operation for the technician, customized procedures for patients and solid results for the radiologist. By capitalizing on the new possibilities offered by digitization, we can turn the data obtained into expertise.



Digital interfaces

For data transmission and interconnection.

The Romanian medical system occupies the last but one place in Europe, in the degree of digital literacy, according to a FutureProofing Healthcare study. And this translates into valuable time for the health or lives of patients who are lost because we do not have solutions for the interconnection of actors in the medical field.


Among all the systems in Romania, the health system is the one that produces the largest amount of data and at the same time uses the smallest amount of information. We waste information that we could use for the benefit of patients, doctors, hospitals and the entire system.


We need digital, paperless data transmission systems. Let’s move the information, not the people!

Artificial intelligence (AI)

For guided support of clinical decisions.

The number of imaging examinations is constantly increasing but the number of specialists is not increasing proportionally. The load of a radiologist increases dramatically, sometimes to over 12 hours / day. Overload occurs, interpretation time becomes insufficient, and the error rate may increase.


But things can be improved. Today, thanks to technology, radiologists can benefit from imaging assistance and interpretation, automated post-processing, or artificial intelligence-based algorithms that reduce the pressure to perform basic, repetitive, and demanding tasks, and can increase diagnostic accuracy.

What does the digitization solution provided by SUPERMEDICAL offer?

Our digital solution consists of a data archiving and transfer system –  PACS, , a unifying platform for the entire medical unit – HCM – which centralizes all medical information in digital, paperless format, can be interconnected with other medical units, and the interface with the patient – CONNECT – through which he receives medical data in an accessible way, without the need for advanced knowledge.